Given that the Wii U version of Mighty No 9 is meant to be the worst version out of all the mainline console releases, I’m actually surprised that it’s held its value for so long – even if the rather more mainstream XBox One version can be had for only £14.99. But then one realises as to why the Wii U version still sells for such a high price – namely that there aren’t a lot of copies floating around. So with that taken into consideration, I wouldn’t be surprised if Mighty No 9 becomes a bit of a collector’s item in years to come.

Anyway, check out Digital Foundry’s Wii U comparison video below, and make your own mind up as to whether Comcept’s 2D action platforming game is worth picking up.

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