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Blaster Master Zero Has Sold Over 80,000 Copies

Launching six days after the Nintendo Switch released, Blaster Master Zero has sold over 80,000 copies via the eShop. It retails for $9.99 and is a remake of the original that appeared on the NES back in 1988.

Developed by Inti Creates, the team behind Mega Man 9 & 10, Blaster Master Zero was worked on by a team of 35 people over the course of 6 months. The company revealed that as of May 10, 2017 the title had been downloaded over 80,000 times. It’s unclear if the company considers that to be a success or a disappointment, but we imagine they wouldn’t be sharing this news if it was negative.

We’ve been having a great time with the game and it’s one of our favorite digital downloads for the Switch. You can read our full review right here.

 

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Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

4 thoughts on “Blaster Master Zero Has Sold Over 80,000 Copies

  • I hope this continues to sell well! I’d love to see more retro remakes from the NES and SNES era come to the Nintendo Switch.

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    • Salty Asparagus

      Same here. I’ve written extensively about Blaster Master, but what if they took on some of the other SunSoft games, like “Journey to Silius?” Imagine that as a remake!

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      • For sure. The music in Journey to Silius is so amazing. Other games like Uncle Fester’s Quest (which is hard as nails) and Gremlins 2 would be great candidates. Of course Batman is another fantastic choice, but with licensing I doubt that would ever happen.

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        • Salty Asparagus

          I forgot they did Gremlins 2. Batman is one of my favorite NES games of all time. I have a soft spot for Fester’s Quest…up until I get to the last level, when everything gets overly difficult. I think Inti Creates does fantastic work, so who knows?

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