Keiji Inafune's Mighty No. 9 has been a huge hit with fans and it hasn't even been released yet. Backers have been very supportive of the game on Kickstarter, but since they've received such an outpouring of love (and money), Comcept USA has added Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions to the stretch goals.

The project sits at $1,963,217 as of this writing, less than $40,000 short of a cool $2,000,000. It still has 21 days to go in its campaign life, so it could hit plenty of stretch goals within the next 3 weeks.

There are 4 stretch goals that have been reached so far, which have added two more stages, Mac/Linux versions, New Game+ and Turbo Mode and a making-of documentary. Up next is a bonus Boss Rush Mode at the $2,000,000 mark. At $2,200,000, the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U versions will be unlocked, letting even more fans get access to Mighty No. 9 and Beck's adventures.

But, in order to unlock PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, the campaign needs to raise $3,300,000 by Oct. 1. Check out the campaign page to give your support and check out this slick game.