Keiji Inafune once made Mega Man. Not in a managerial position, of course, but he has a not inconsiderable share. He is still measured by it today, especially with his crowdfunded platformer Mighty No. 9. Now his NFT project is done beastly in the starting blocks.
He wants to make it a series and keep making different content for the Metaverse. To start with, he drew some robot designs. Bee VGC you will find some works of art. And those, well, are now available to buy and own. His NFT collection would be exclusive to the Japanese NFT Marketplace Polka Fantasy Aimee are available.
The history of NFT in the video game industry thus far has been one of widespread disapproval. Yet many companies and publishers have already tried it or want to do it in the future. Konami has sold NFT video clips for over $160,000. Ubisoft Quartz sucks. Square Enix wants to invest.
Artwork: Mighty No. 9, Comcept, Keiji Inafune
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