I had a lot of time in between scheduled appointments at E3 to just wander the floor, and if you ever wanted to meet up with me during this free time, chances are you'd find me over at the Square-Enix booth playing Mighty No. 9. It was like an addiction. There were three levels on the floor demo of the game, and I could not get the game out of my head until I beat all three of them.
Once I actually got to play the full demo behind closed doors, I didn't want to leave. I wanted to run through each of the levels with each of the powers, I wanted to beat the damn highway level that kept on killing me in the same freaking spot, I wanted to see all of the ways that bosses could interact with Beck during the actual levels. I had already seen well more than I actually needed to write my preview, but even after leaving I kept having the urge to see if I could go back and play more. Mighty No. 9 made a believer out of me this E3, and I can't wait to get my hands on the full game in September of this year.