A good remake of a retro gaming classic has to evoke the feeling of playing the original while making the game feel fresh and new. Blaster Master Zero for the Nintendo Switch is a very good remake of a retro gaming classic. So good.
Blaster Master Zero will release on the Nintendo 3DS eshop in Spring 2017 according to an announcement by Inti Creates. The company acquired the license to the original game from Sunsoft and has been working on remastering and expanding it, adding new levels, enemies, etc.
Well, that's one way to get rid of the Hammer Brothers. If blasting away at everyone with Lance's spread-fire wasn't enough overwhelming firepower, SOPHIA the 3rd from Blaster Master will arrive in late November.
This is Grapple Buggy, shown here in Boston at PAX East by Nathan Fouts, the almost-solo developer behind Xbox Live Indie game Weapon of Choice. You can tell which classic Nintendo Entertainment System games he loves.
That is a good question, my man. How about nowish? Blaster Master Overdrive, announced yesterday, is available via WiiWare beginning Monday.
The Nintendo Download goes underground this week, dislodging sentient earthworms from the topsoil as it desperately searches for its mutated pet frog.
Japanese publisher Sunsoft, perhaps best known for its NES release Blaster Master and subsequent sequels, will be resuming operations in North America the company announced today, soliciting a little relaunch help from Gaijinworks.