A soundtrack was released in 2015.
The game follows the classic 8 Bit games similar to the first 6 Megaman games.
Using a simple engine, a platform game that you need to shoot your way through all the Stages (you can download new Stages after you complete the game). Each character has their own ability: Gunvolt can perform double jumps and use a chargeable lightning attack (similar to the first Azure Striker game). Ekoro can float while in mid-air without issues and can attract enemies and Beck can use tackles and/or slides to access new areas and destroy opponents (similar to the Mighty No. 9 game).
The Other Time, The Other Place:
Experiments on humans started by
Massive Media group “Sumeragi”
to audition for next “muse” idol.
Their magic hand even reached
Female Schools. Female Students
Vanished, and no new couples
Formed. Love was in a danger.
“Gunvolt,” It’s the name who we
Call the only one to fight them.
It’s no accident he was involved
In the troubles. Together with
Angel “Ekoro” and Robot “Beck”
He fights to free successively
Occupied major city facilities.
*Disclaimer: All grammatical errors are intentional. Do not edit.
Original Translated Opening Crawl
In search of the next generation's Diva,
Sumeragi Productions, a big-name entertainment division,
had performed horrendous human experimentation,
under the guise an event known as
the "Cybernetic Muse Auditions".
Standing in opposition to their agenda,
was a young man by the name of
Sumeragi had dominated the city's key
facilities, one after another, until eventually
they reached the city's all-girls school.
The students had vanished from reality,
and they could no longer form pairs.
Thus, Gunvolt, along with Ekoro, angel-in-training,
had gone to face off against the source of it all...
The game was released on the Nintendo eShop on August 20, 2014 in Japan and April 2, 2015 in Europe. A port for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita was released in Japan on August 6, 2015. A version of the original Mighty Gunvolt has also been announced for Microsoft Windows, and will be available for free to purchasers of Azure Striker Gunvolt within the first month of its release on PC.
Mighty Gunvolt received generally positive reviews, with critics commending it for recreating an 8-Bit form, though it did receive minor criticism for its short length and lack of difficulty.
- The attacks from the bosses are loosely based on their original ones.
- Ekoro's first appearance was in the game Gal*Gun.
- Beck's first appearance was as the protagonist of the game Mighty No. 9.
- Both games (Azure Striker Gunvolt and Mighty No. 9) were produced by Keiji Inafune, ex-Capcom lead artist on the Mega Man franchise.
- Gunvolt has appeared with both of the other playable characters; him and Ekoro were the first two announced DLC characters in the game Blaster Master Zero, and then starred with Beck in Mighty Gunvolt Burst.
- The Opening Intro Crawl and the ending text are grammatically incorrect on purpose to replicate bad 80's translations. The "original translated" one you see above, was translated from the original Japanese script by a fan translator.
- Beck's animations are all based on Classic Mega Man's animations. His Dash action is the same as Classic's Slide as well Jump + Down.
- The game includes music and characters from Gal*Gun Double Peace a year before its release.
- The OST itself has some extra tracks not featured in the game.