Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune hasn't exactly made it a state secret that his final days working at Capcom weren't great, and based on his newly announced blue bomber-esque game, Mighty No. 9, it looks like he's taking satisfaction in getting back to his better days the only way he can: wholesale borrowing the concepts he himself created.
Announced just minutes ago during a panel at PAX Prime, Inafune revealed the game, being developed by veteran Mega Man alums for the PC, as part of a Kickstarter. As of this writing the project had already raised almost $12,000, just over a tenth of their goal of nearly a million dollars.
While not a whole lot is known about Mighty No. 9 just yet, it's safe to say that this is basically the spiritual successor to Mega Man X, from the artwork down to what's been said about the design.
If you want to donate to Inafune's Kickstarter you may do so at the link below. Thankfully, since the Mega Man formula is his, we can probably expect this one to be better than Soul Sacrifice.