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Blaster Master Zero

– Nintendo Switch


Publisher:Inti Creates
Developer:Inti Creates
Genre:Action

Blaster Master Zero is a 8-bit style top-down and side-view 2D action-adventure game that hearkens back to the golden age of the NES using the original 1988 NES title Blaster Master from Sunsoft as a base, with the addition of new areas and bosses, new gameplay elements such as extra sub-weapons, improved gameplay, a more robust scenario, refined and expanded exploration mechanics, and more.

  • On the side-view maps, take control of the battle tank SOPHIA 3rd and explore your surroundings as you search for the entrance to the dungeon where the area's boss lurks.
  • Once you find a dungeon entrance, exit SOPHIA 3rd and make your way inside as the hero Jason and take on the mutants inside in top-down mode.
  • Defeat the mid-bosses and area bosses to acquire new items, sub-weapons, upgrades to SOPHIA 3rd and Jason's equipment, and new abilities and move to the next area.
  • Incorporation of HD Rumble features into various aspects of the gameplay.
  • Player 2 can provide support for Player 1 as they traverse through the game in the co-op multiplayer mode.

Players:1-2
PEGI rating:PEGI 7
ESRB rating:ESRB E

Download Version (Switch)

EU:March 9, 2017 NA:March 9, 2017 JP:March 3, 2017

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Download Version (Switch)
Europe:   March 9, 2017
Americas:   March 9, 2017
Japan:   March 3, 2017
EU price:   £8.99/€9.99
US price:   $9.99
File size:   331 MB

Players:1-2
PEGI rating:PEGI 7
ESRB rating:ESRB E

Download Version (Switch)

EU:March 9, 2017 NA:March 9, 2017 JP:March 3, 2017

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Download update revealed for May 4, 2017 in Europe

TumbleSeed and a Blaster Master Zero demo lead the charge on Nintendo Switch, while a free voice pack for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild launches as add-on content on Wii U.News     4 May 2017     16:30 UTC

Download update revealed for March 9, 2017 in Europe

Blaster Master Zero hits Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS this week, with the latter also getting Mario Sports Superstars and a BOXBOY! series demo, while Wii U is treated to Bomberman 64.News     9 March 2017     14:45 UTC

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