After multiple delays, changes in art style, and many other mishaps and roadblocks, Might No. 9 is out and the results are... less than impressive. While playable, Steam reviews have blasted the game over its poor writing, voice acting, and shoddy controls. While the game has its fans, it's safe to say that a lot of people expecting a true successor to the Mega Man name are going to walk away disappointed.
But, as creative director Keiji Inafune was misquoted as saying, "It's better than nothing," and in the case of some Kickstarter-backed games, nothing is what they got. Here's a look at five Kickstarter games that couldn't deliver on their promises (or, in some cases, couldn't deliver at all).