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Mutant scum never learn! Blaster Master Zero makes its Steam debut! Blaster Master Zero is a 8-bit style top-down & sideview 2D action-adventure game that hearkens back to the golden age of the NES. The game features new gameplay elements such as improved gameplay, and a more robust scenario.
release date: 15 Jun, 2019
developer: INTI CREATES CO., LTD.
publisher: INTI CREATES CO., LTD.
About This Game Mutant scum never learn! Blaster Master Zero makes its Steam debut!
Blaster Master Zero is a 8-bit style top-down & sideview 2D action-adventure game that hearkens back to the golden age of the NES.
This game was created using the original 1988 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 sideview maps, take control of the battle tank SOPHIA III 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 III and make your way inside as the hero Jason and take on the mutants that dwell within in top-down mode.
・Defeat the mid-bosses and area bosses to acquire new items, sub-weapons, upgrades to SOPHIA III and Jason's equipment, and new abilities and maneuvers that allow SOPHIA III to access new areas.
・Player 2 can provide support for Player 1 as they traverse through the game in the co-op multiplayer mode.
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7, 8.1, 10
Processor: 2Ghz or faster processer
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 512MB VRAM (NVIDIA GeForce)
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 500 MB available space
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Blaster Master Zero user review
If you've played Blaster Master the original on NES, this part of my review is for you. If you haven't skip down to below the line.
This game is great and even though this game is a bit on the easy side i would highly suggest getting it.
This game is something I hold dear. I already own the 3DS and Switch versions and played the hell out of the Switch version, so I will buy this again. BMZ is one of my most fave games. The music, the pixel art and everything is grand to me. Of course, some people will pass this up, because of the graphic style. I love this game and I like pixel art in general.
I played through this when it first came out on Switch a few years ago, and it's so good I ended up getting it here too. The original NES Blaster Master is one of my favorite games, and INTI Creates nails the platforming and level design feel of it here. Zero 2 introduces even more new characters and mechanics, so hopefully that will make it here too.
I am a simple man. I see Blaster Master and I buy it.
Having played the NES original a lot growing up, I jumped on this one when it became available, and so far my initial impression of this version is quite good. It's an "enhanced/remastered" version of the original that looks like it may have if this were made for the Nintendo DS or maybe even Super NES, with improved graphics and audio (same music as the original), and also adding in some cutscenes and other gameplay tweaks. If you are willing to spend a few bucks there are also more options you can buy.
A very good Steam port from the 3DS version. The controls are on point and the upscaling to fullscreen is good, if you don't mind the mini black bars on the side. I recommend this to anyone who's into metroidvania, fun yet sometimes challenging actions games and of course those who are already familiar with The original Blaster Master from the NES days. Now if only Inti Creates can get Blaster Master Zero 2 on this platform.
I'm happy my childhood game was on Steam after Nintendo Switch, also...
A major step up from the original Blaster Master. All this wait I had to be able to play it on PC made it more than worth! Plus, the free Ekoro and Gunvolt are a nice treat for when I'm done with the main story.
Improves on the original NES Blaster Master in all the right ways. An instant classic from start to end. I'm so happy they actually went ahead and made this game. As far as I'm concerned, this company should remake every 8-bit NES adventure game in the classics library. I'd play them all!
Completely blitzed right through this game because of the fact knowing the original NES version by heart, this game is pretty much laid out the same way; other than a few updated tweaks and perks added to it that greatly improves the overall gameplay in general. Such as better sound, better controls, updated graphics, controls and assets. (And most likely programmed in a more efficient language rather than the seriously outdated 6508 ASM nintendo games were originally programmed with.)
Despite playing Blaster Master on NES (well, NES-clones, as it was all we had) as a kid and distinctly remembering its amazingly catchy soundtrack, I never got particularly far in that game. Actually, I never even fully understood how it worked. So when a remake, Blaster Master Zero, was released on 3DS and Switch, I didn’t care much. As time went, however, I discovered more about the game (via the amazing Digital Foundry episode on the port, for example) and got increasingly more curious. The game had an exploration focus a slight metroidvania vibe and I love that stuff. With the PC release of the game earlier this year I no longer had any excuses to not play it. So, here we are.
A good and friendlier remake of the NEW classic. I barely finished the original game and read the whole Worlds of Power version of this game. Felt really nice to add that touch of the novel and anime styled designs for the characters. While the game is easier than the original version, it is worthy to test out the different difficulties and modes.
This just far too easy.
Gets repetitive, so I don't recommend the DLC, as well as being easy on Standard and Unlimited Mode, but a good pass-time nonetheless. Be warned that Destroyer Mode is designed to be as frustrating as possible, not difficult, specifically frustrating, if you're aiming for 100% completion.