Comcept, formed in December 2010, is the first of two independent video game development studios founded by former Capcom icon Keiji Inafune after his departure from the company. The other studio is Intercept, founded in March 2010.
Mega Man may be languishing in the halls of Capcom as you are reading this, but as the new trailer for Mighty No. 9 shows, its legacy lives on in Keiji Inafune’s spiritual successor to the iconic... [more+]
Three months ago, Comcept gave the fans of its upcoming Mega Man spiritual successor, Mighty No. 9, the power to choose the design of Call, the partner of protagonist Beck and the game’s secondary... [more+]
Since August, Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program has sought out proven developers to create self-published content for the Xbox One, with the company throwing in two X1 development kits and a Unity game... [more+]
At $2,644,012, Mighty No. 9, Keiji Inafune’s new Mega Man game in all but name, is sitting mighty pretty high above its initial Kickstarter target of $900,000 and now, with 4 days left in its campaign,... [more+]