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oprainfall | Blaster Master Zero


Inti Creates has revealed some new Blaster Master Zero news at their panel at MomoCon 2019. You may recall that the game originally was a launch title on the Nintendo Switch hybrid gaming console. They have now announced that a new Steam version of the game is coming on June 14th, 2019, and it will have a 10% launch discount according to the press release.

Additionally, they are also planning to push toward getting more of their previous console titles onto the Steam store. They’ll have more news on this in upcoming months. In the meantime, here is the trailer for the upcoming Steam version of Blaster Master Zero:


According to the trailer, the Steam version of Blaster Master Zero will be $9.99. You can find out more about it on its Steam Store page, and at the Official Blaster Master Zero website. You can also check out other Inti Creates titles on Steam at their Steam Developer page.

Lastly, here are some screenshots of the game in action:

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