Alright all you masters of blasting out there, it’s time to take Blaster Master Zero 3 for a spin for the very first time! That’s right folks, the Steam Next Fest is now underway, and the Blaster Master Zero 3 demo is available to one and all to play right now!
If you want to check out the demo but haven’t the chance to experience the other Blaster Master Games in the series, both Blaster Master Zero and Blaster Master Zero 2 are on sale for 50% off during the Steam Next Fest to celebrate the occasion!
As Blaster Master Zero 3’s July 29th release date draws ever closer, we’re here to bring you all the latest updates and reveals! On our most recent Hangin’ at INTI HQ livestream, we gave you a sneak peek at the upcoming demo version of Blaster Master Zero 3 that will be available for all to play on June 16th during the Steam Next Fest, and today we have a special overview of Jason and G-SOPHIA SV’s new gameplay features!
We have two exciting things to share with you today for Blaster Master Zero 3!
First things first, players will be able to get their hands on Blaster Master Zero 3 for the very first time when the demo version goes live from June 16th until June 22nd during the Steam Next Fest! If you want to experience a taste of what Blaster Master Zero 3 has to offer, you will not want to miss this opportunity!
Finally, we have some brand new character introductions for BMZ3 to share with you today as well, so let’s go ahead and meet them!
Happy Tokyo Game Show everyone! While it’s unfortunate that this year’s TGS has to be be done remotely, us here at Inti Creates want to spread a little joy to help make up for it! That’s why we decided to do a huge Inti Creates TGS Sale, featuring discounts of up to 80% off for every single Inti Creates title on Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and Steam!
Choose your favorite platform and save yourself some money! 🙂
It’s been about 3.5 years since Producer Matt Papa and the voice of Elise from Gunvolt 1, Ayano, did their comprehensive bilingual “INTI CREATES Live” streams, where they would bring you all of the latest Inti Creates news, special announcements, and more in both English and Japanese!
We decided it was about high time bring back the show so that we can deliver not only the latest information, but special announcements, and more as we try find new ways to communicate with you while we are stuck indoors during this crazy time in the world.
Even though this is technically episode #11, this time around, we’ve rebuilt the show from the ground up! We’re still delivering the content you expect from this show, but with a new group of MCs: Diana Garnet (singer of the DMFD theme song, English voice of Joule in the Gunvolt OVA anime) and Kenta Tanaka (Bandit in DMFD)!
We also have a special video message from Dragon Marked for Death producer Yoshifumi Hashimoto (HAKAMA) and more that you absolutely won’t wanna miss!
Start Time: Tuesday April 7th @ 8am Eastern / 2pm CEST / 9pm Japan
The tale of the Dragonblood Clan continues when the Ver. 3.0.0 update for our action RPG title “Dragon Marked for Death” goes live on April 21st, 2020! This update to shaping up to be the game’s biggest one yet, and we have a lot of new content ready to drop with Ver. 3.0.0!
We have the new playable characters, the Oracle and the Bandit, in addition to other major new features like brand new weapon categories, powering up weapons as a whole, increased level caps, and host of other new features! The Oracle and the Bandit will be added to the game for free as part of the Ver. 3.0.0 update*, giving even seasoned players who have been playing the game for the past year a wealth of new content to enjoy!
*Note: The Oracle will unlock as a playable character once certain conditions within the main storyline of the game are met. The Bandit will unlock once certain conditions within the DLC Scenario “The Dragonblood Bandit” are met.
As you may know, in Dragon Marked for Death, you can customize the main color, name, and voice when creating your characters. In the Ver. 3.0.0 update, just like the Empress, Warrior, Shinobi, and Witch before them, the Oracle and the Bandit have four possible Japanese voices to pick from. Let’s meet the Japanese voice cast and learn a little about each new character!
The Dragonblood Oracle, reincarnated once every 100 years.
She bears the Dragon Scar on her back.
The Oracle is able to communicate with the Astral Dragon Atruum and channel his power through the Dragon Wings that have manifested on her back.
Through this, she can reproduce the Astral Dragon’s own willpower and magical abilities. She has strong control over this power, allowing her to manipulate giant weapons through sheer force of will and copy them with magic.
She is also capable of using a magic focus to cast beneficial spells on herself and nearby allies, as well as attack spells of the element that corresponds to her dragon contract.
He is a young man of the Dragonblood Clan who bears the Dragon Scar on his hand.
His fist contains the power of the Astral Dragon Atruum that varies depending on his chosen dragon contract. It is capable of stealing the lifeforce of any living thing.
The Dragon Fist can steal this energy and crystallize it, forming magic items known as relics.
These relics are capable of manifesting various phenomena.
He specialize in luck, and earns the favor of his comrades by working as a Treasure Hunter.
Dragon Marked for Death is available now on the Nintendo Switch eShop with a retail release available at stores like Amazon! We hope you have an amazing time with all the new content when the update drops on April 21st!
Things have been quiet here on the Inti blog for some time now, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy! In fact, it’s -because- things have been so busy that the blog has unfortunately been quiet, but I think it’s about time to end that streak.
Our most recent game release was the Steam version of Blaster Master Zero 2 , and in the days that lead up to and followed the release we’ve been showcasing never-before-seen design documents and trivia that covers all of the game’s characters (and more)! Rather than make you good folks dig through our Twitter feed for everything, we decided that we’d put them all in one place for your viewing pleasure! We hope you enjoy all the art and commentary from director Nishizawa, designer Suzuki, and illustrator Natsume.
During our panel at Momocon 2019, we revealed for the first time that Blaster Master Zero is coming to Steam on June 14, 2019 in North America, Japan, and Europe!
After acquiring the license to the legendary NES classic Blaster Master from Sunsoft, we set out to create a new game that both pays homage to the original and takes the gameplay to the next level with numerous new and improved gameplay features added.
The graphics for the game use the original Blaster Master at a starting point to create pixel art that both appeals to a modern audience and harkens back to the glory days of the NES.
With new bosses to fight, new areas to explore, and a host of new features and upgrades, Blaster Master Zero is a fresh new blasting experience for newcomers and series veterans alike!
All DLC characters released on the Nintendo Switch and 3DS versions of the game will be available for the Steam version. Blast your way through mutant hordes as Gunvolt (Azure Striker Gunvolt, Ekoro (Gal*Gun Double Peace), Shantae (Shantae series) and Shovel Knight (Shovel Knight series).
Blaster Master Zero starts the story over again from “zero”!
One day, a young man named Jason Frudnick, known for being a genius in the field of robotic engineering, discovered a strange creature that he had never seen before. No records of this mysterious creature could be found, so Jason gave it the name “Fred” and took it to his lab to begin closely observing it.
Shortly after that, an accident occurred in the lab and Fred managed to escape. Fred jumped into a hole that seemingly appeared out of nowhere. Jason followed, and before he knew it, he found himself in a cave where the battle vehicle “SOPHIA III” awaited him.
With his curiosity in this incredibly high tech vehicle piqued, Jason hopped abroad SOPHIA III and began his adventure in the vast subterranean world in search of Fred.
Mutant scum never learn! Blaster Master is back!
For lots more information about the game, check out the trailer below and the official website!
Title： Blaster Master Zero
Genre： Action Adventure
Rating： E for Everyone (Mild Fantasy Violence), PEGI 7
Release Date： June 14, 2019
Price： $9.99, €9.99, £8.99, ￥980
Developer： Inti Creates
While we were away at PAX East 2019, a massive update went live for Dragon Marked for Death (Ver. 2.0.0), so let’s gather up all the details here!
First things first, for those of you who purchased the additional quest DLC (or those of you who purchased the physical version of the game), the brand new story line “The Dragonblood Bandit” is ready to be played! This story line begins from a quest given by Lacel in the Medius city slums. It includes a series of 11 quests revolving around the lone bandit Rivalis. Journey to new locations and revisit familiar ones on brand new quests, with levels starting at level 20 to level 50. High level variants of the quests will give you the chance to earn new powerful weapons and accessories from levels 55-60. Unravel the mysteries surrounding the life of the Dragonblood Bandit!
Additionally in Version 2.0.0, the level cap has been increased, a new dragon contract for each character has been added, the Black Market is now open for business, an extra save slot has been added, and the DLC scenario “The Dragonblood Bandit” is now available for those who purchased the additional quest DLC season pass! Numerous fixes and adjustments have also been implemented as well!
For the full list of updates and changes in Ver. 2.0.0, check out the complete patch notes here!
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon is getting a physical release for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita courtesy of Limited Run Games! Get your orders in starting March 15th when the standard edition and collector’s edition go on sale! Let’s take a look at what’s in store!
For the standard edition, Switch and PS4 will be open pre-orders, where the Vita version will be a set quantity. For the collector’S editions, all of them will be a set quantity. Mark your calendars for March 15th, because you won’t wanna miss this!