A new battle mode?!
Blaster Master Zero is a real gem that could adequately be described as the gift that keeps on giving. Since launch, Inti Creates has given the game an impressive amount of support, adding in several extra playable characters and new game modes to keep players interested in the retro shooter while enticing new ones with a broader...
Also just passed a new sales milestone
Blaster Master Zero was a standout release in the early Switch eShop, bringing the perfect mix of old and new to provide quite an engaging retro shooter. Since then, Inti Creates has gone above and beyond with its DLC support, adding in various new characters, modes, and other tweaks that enhance the game far...
"In only five short months"
Fans of the Switch and 3DS are proving that small studios can make a huge dent, with Inti Creates announcing that Blaster Master Zero has sold more than 100,000 copies across both systems. The action-platformer has proved a strong hit, recreating the original Blaster Master that was released for NES back in 1988. This...
35 people, six months, 80,000 downloads to date
Inti Creates has revealed that Blaster Master Zero has been downloaded 80,000 times from the Nintendo Switch eShop. The title took 35 people six months to develop, and is based on the much-loved NES original. Inti Creates did not state if it was happy with the commercial performance of the game, and...
Destroyer Mode! New playable characters! A demo!
Blaster Master Zero was one of the stand out releases in the early Nintendo Switch library, bringing some high quality 8-bit action shooting to the console. We positively loved it in our review, though we cited some issues with the easy difficulty as a potential negative for some who might be looking...
More than the sum of its parts
The Nintendo Switch could be many things as its game library grows and develops; one of these is a haven for 'old-school' experiences. Considering the core loyal Nintendo audience and its love of past generations, retro-styled titles have a decent shot at finding a keen audience. Blaster Master Zero is a good example,...
No excuse not to own it now
When Blaster Master Zero launched last week some were dismayed at the lack of Pro Controller support - something that developer Inti Creates was quick to point out would be added in a future update. The good news is that the update has just gone live and will automatically download to your Switch console without you...
This zero is a hero
Blaster Master Zero is among the first post-launch games releasing for Nintendo's new hybrid console, the Nintendo Switch; it follows a fairly strong launch lineup with several fantastic titles, such as FAST RMX and Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment, and of course the historic The Legend o
SOPHIA III is back
Blaster Master Zero will land on the Nintendo Switch eShop this Thursday in Europe and North America, and to celebrate there's a new trailer which you can view above. The game uses the original 1988 NES title Blaster Master from Sunsoft as its base, with the addition of new areas and bosses, fresh gameplay elements (such as extra...
'Everything is starting again from “zero”'
The power of nostalgia is very real, and Inti Creates - perhaps best known for Azure Striker Gunvolt and its sequel - is counting on it. It's announced that it's bringing Blaster Master Zero to the 3DS eShop next Spring, having acquired the rights to the original Blaster Master. It's a reboot that's...
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