Inti Creates seems to be just fine making its living off of Nintendo. The developer has already launched the wonderful Blaster Master Zero for the Switch and 3DS, it was announced the other day Mighty Gunvolt would be getting a sequel...Show More Summary
If you've played an Inti Creates title in recent years, you'll probably be very happy with all the merch the company will have up for grabs at A 5th of BitSummit. The Blaster Master Zero poster you see above is just one of the items. Check out all the other goodies here.
Didn't buy Blaster Master on Switch, but planning to in the future? Don't want to miss out on the Gunvolt DLC, which is free until May 17th? Turns out you can grab the DLC without even owning Blaster Master Zero, at least on Switch.Show More Summary
Inti Creates announced that Math Blaster, Master Blaster, Blaster Master Zero was downloaded over 80,000 times worldwide on the Nintendo Switch alone. It was developed by only 35 people in six months and released just over a month ago...Show More Summary
Inti Creates shared some other sales data alongside their Blaster Master Zero info. The original Azure Striker Gunvolt continues to climb in sales, but the sequel seems to be lagging far behind. I wonder why we're seeing such a low customer retention for the sequel. Perhaps it came out too quickly after the original?
Nintendo's 3rd-party title BlasterMaster earned 80,000 downloads so far, with 6 mo of production by 35 member team #tokyosandbox pic.twitter.com/bebMJMEqkn — Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) May 12, 2017 Inti Creates has revealed that Blaster Master Zero has managed to move 80k units on the Switch. Show More Summary
One of the earliest third-party developers to the Nintendo Switch party revealed some sales data today. Switch owners have downloaded developer Inti Creates Blaster Master Zero throwback platformer more than 80,000 times since it debuted in early March. The studio had 35 people build the sequel to the Nintendo Entertainment System original over a six-month period. […]
Blaster Master Zero's free 1.2 update arrived yesterday on the eShop, which came with an extra difficulty mode and an extra character (Gunvolt) as DLC. While the update will naturally be applied instantly by way of a patch the DLC is...Show More Summary
On May 9 you'll be able to pick up NBA Playgrounds on Switch, which hopes to be the next generation of NBA Jam after the semi-recent On Fire Edition. Also on Switch is a Blaster Master Zero demo version today, and be sure to grab some...Show More Summary
Inti Creates is releasing a free update for their arcade shooting game, Blaster Master Zero. The new update is available right now for those who own the game, and it should update your Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo Switch version to the latest outing.
A demo for Blaster Master Zero is now available in Japan. It will take up 95.5MB of space and can be enjoyed in English, regardless of your regional settings.
Update now live #NintendoSwitch @gonintendotweet pic.twitter.com/JE4JJYS0Xn — Japanese Nintendo (@japanese3ds) May 3, 2017
Inti Creates may not be super well known, but their fantastic job with Mega Man 9 cemented my respect for them. They clearly understood what it meant to reboot a classic series and I had no doubt that Blaster Master Zero was going to be good. Show More Summary
Coming from DuelShockers interview with Inti Creates Takuya Aizu... DS: With Blaster Master Zero now available on Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS, what’s next from Inti Creates? Takuya Aizu: We have two big projects coming up: the first we’re aiming to announce early Summer – the second will be closer to the end of the year.
Pick up the original soundtrack for Sunsoft and Inti Creates' tank-adventure reboot, Blaster Master Zero, now available on CD with classic 8-bit cover art. Produced and supervised by Ippo Yamada, the soundtrack features 29 tracks. Black...Show More Summary