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Blaster Master Zero III announced for PS4, Switch, and PC

Bullet Club

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Blaster Master Zero III announced for PS4, Switch, and PC​



nti Creates has announced Blaster Master Zero III for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC (Steam, Epic Games Store). It will launch on July 29 for $14.99.

Here is an overview of the game, via Inti Creates:

Revealed during the New Game Plus Expo 2.0 on March 4, Blaster Master Zero III is confirmed to be in development from Inti Creates.
Blaster Master Zero III is a direct sequel to Blaster Master Zero 2 that will release as a digital only title on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Steam, the Epic Games Store.

Series protagonist Jason travels to where the series all began, the planet Sophia, in order to save series heroine Eve in this final installment of the story! The team is working hard in order to bring the game to you on July 29, 2021, and we hope you enjoy the climax of this intergalactic story!

Embark on your journey aboard the super-planetary all-purpose battle tank G-SOPHIA SV! With the the Vision Reversal Visor (VRV) System, Jason crosses into an alternate dimension!

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots and key artwork at the gallery. Visit the official website here.



Source: Gematsu

A trilogy collection is also coming.

 

alf717

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Wow this is great. I own the first game and was thinking of grabbing the 2nd but will hold off for the trilogy. Hope it gets a retail release.
 

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The second was one of the first fames I got for Switch. Was enjoyable and I reached pretty deep into it. However I got lost on some map and started playing another game and never got around to picking it back up. May now need to revisit it.
 

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These games are a great follow up to the NES original. I think they are a lot easier than the original, or more forgiving, but that makes them enjoyable too.
 
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All over the trilogy collection Day one as i haven't played 1 or 2 yet!!!

That announcer in the US trailer above is probably the worst i have ever heard.....GAG!