Mighty No 9 has had a pretty interesting release so far, with plenty of unfortunate performance issues despite the game being a mostly 2d platformer. And that's just the lastest problem in a long list stretching back several years.
That includes a 2013 Kickstarter campaign which raised almost four million from 67,000 backers in October 2013, aiming for an April 2015 release. Then there was delay after delay with the game finally shuffling onto consoles in the last week.
At least those backers are now getting their due with an appearance in the closing credits of the game. Every single person who pledged over a fiver is included, and that makes for tens of thousands of names. So the credits are almost four hours long.
Check them out here.
The scary part is that some folks are reporting these credits are longer than the actual game, another disappointment for fans who have waited so long to try out this spiritual successor to Megaman.