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06/29/2020
Blaster Master Zero is now available for PlayStation 4 on the PlayStation Store!
05/26/2020
Blaster Master Zero is coming to PlayStation 4! Find more details on the Product and Special pages.
6/21/2019
Blaster Master Zero is now available on Steam! Click here for details!
3/27/2018
Blaster Master Zero is currently 30% off on the Nintendo Switch & 3DS eShop in Europe! Take advantage of these awesome savings until the sale ends on April 5th!
11/22/2017
The 3DS version of Blaster Master Zero is available for 30% on the 3DS eShop as part of the Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals 2017! Get it before the sale ends on Dec. 11!
11/21/2017
Blaster Master Zero Ver. 1.5 is coming November 23rd! The new 'Blaster Battle Mode', which allows players pick their favorite characters to square off in 1 vs 1 battles against EACH OTHER, will be added as a free update!
10/4/2017
Blaster Master Zero Ver. 1.4 is here, and with it, the brand new 'Boss Blaster Mode'! Battle against the entire game's bosses solo or with a friend in this free update! We also have a brand new wallpaper featuring Jason, Eve, and Fred on a diving adventure as a thank you to everyone for helping us hit 110,000 downloads!
8/2/2017
Blaster Master Zero has eclipsed 100,000 downloads, so we made a brand new wallpaper as a thank you to our amazing fans!
7/6/2017
The 1/2 genie hero Shantae is now available as a playable DLC character! Download her for free on the Nintendo eShop until 7/19/2017!
7/4/2017
Two new DLC characters have been revealed at Anime Expo! Welcome indie game legends Shantae and Shovel Knight to the world of Blaster Master Zero!
6/1/2017
Ekoro, the brand new EX Character who hails from the Gal*Gun universe, is now available! This DLC will be free to download from 6/1/2017 through 6/14/2017.
5/23/2017
New Blaster Master Zero wallpaper as a thank you to fans for 80,000 downloads!
5/4/2017
Blaster Master Zero Ver. 1.2 is now available! Enjoy the new super difficult Destroyer Mode and EX Character Mode, which allows you to play as a cast of DLC characters! A demo version is also available, so first timers can now give the game a try before they buy!
3/9/2017
Blaster Master Zero North American/European Release Wallpaper Added.
3/3/2017
Blaster Master Zero Japan Release Wallpaper Added.
2/28/2017
The official Blaster Master Zero homepage is now open!
Blaster Master 2
Developer(s)Software Creations[1]
Publisher(s)Sunsoft[1]
Composer(s)Tony Williams
Platform(s)Sega Genesis
Release
Genre(s)Run and gun
Mode(s)Single-player

Blaster Master 2 is a video game developed by Software Creations and published exclusively in North America by Sunsoft of America for the Sega Genesis on March 15, 1993. The game is a sequel to the original Blaster Master originally published for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It was published specifically for the North American market following the success of the first NES game in the same region. The staff of the original Japanese version of Blaster Master, titled Chô Wakusei Senki Metafight, had nothing to do with Blaster Master 2, and Sunsoft Japan did not release BM2 in Japan.

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Plot[edit]

The game takes place four years after Jason's Encounter with the Plutonium Boss and the radioactive mutants under the Earth.[2] His only reminder of the incident is S.O.P.H.I.A., the vehicle he used to stop them, which he has hidden in an abandoned barn. One day, one bolt of lightning struck the house and caused the ceiling to crumble, knocking Jason unconscious. When Jason woke up, S.O.P.H.I.A. was in pieces and the parts he had collected from his first dealings with the Mutant Bosses were missing. Little does Jason know that there are more lightning beings where the first one came from and they are planning to destroy the Earth. The beings started digging towards the Earth's core in order to shift the planet's weight off its axis, leading to total annihilation. The parts from SOPHIA are being used to create a robotic army to assist the being in accomplishing their mission.[2] Now, Jason must stop them, but he won't make it without the help of SOPHIA. Since he can't recover the parts, he decided to redesign it to better prepare himself for the ordeal facing him. After 29 days, SOPHIA was completely rebuilt and ready for battle.[2] Remembering where he saw the being's footsteps, Jason jumped in his vehicle and headed towards the mountains where the challenge begins.

Characters[edit]

Jason Frudnick - He is the protagonist throughout the Blaster Master series. He is the character that accidentally discovered SOPHIA while trying to retrieve his pet frog Fred. In Blaster Master 2, Jason is young (age 19) and couldn't have been more prepared for battle. His job is to eliminate the Plutonium Boss once and for all. Jason's equipment is fairly simple in Blaster Master 2. He is wearing body armor that has moderate protection from heat and impact. Jason also comes with his usual blast cannon that is equipped onto his left arm brace. It does not overheat, and has unlimited energy. In Blaster Master 2, Jason is mostly seen inside SOPHIA's canopy, but can easily hop out at any time in the game when in the sidescroll view. Jason does not take impact from falling too well in BM2, but when in the 'Jason view' he does not take damage from falling impact. Jason is more easily seen in detail when challenging a boss or even an underboss. He is approximately ten times larger in this view.

S.O.P.H.I.A. (sometimes referred to as SOPHIA) - The robotic, combat tank-like vehicle used throughout the Blaster Master series. SOPHIA comes in many different models, and the one that is seen in Blaster Master 2 is SOPHIA 4th (2000). The model has been rebuilt by Jason and has many new and helpful features from the previous models of SOPHIA (SOPHIA Nora MA-01, SOPHIA Nora MA-02).

Gameplay[edit]

Under the development team of Software Creations and the marketing team at Sunsoft of America, several things were altered in the new Blaster Master 2 game, such as the name of the vehicle (now 'S.O.P.H.I.A.'), as well as significantly expanded gameplay. There are now 8 levels to play through, and each level containing a power-up or new obtainable weapon in which Jason or SOPHIA can use throughout the game. The platform-jumping characteristics that made the originalNES game so popular among fans were preserved, while other viewpoints provided an additional level of gameplay unique to BM2 alone. There were now three ways to play: sidescroll view (S.O.P.H.I.A. and Jason), overhead view (S.O.P.H.I.A.), and Jason running through rooms (with a large view, and a small view with Jason running through certain parts of the stages).

Sidescroll view[edit]

In the sidescroll view, players battled through levels just like in Blaster Master, except in 16-bit graphics. Jason could get powerups such as homing missile, three-way missiles, bubble shield, and lightning spread.

Overhead view[edit]

In the overhead view, S.O.P.H.I.A. can not use upgrades, but instead could rotate the turret 360 degrees while the player runs through obstacles and gunfire. S.O.P.H.I.A. rotates her turret differently than when in the sidescroll view. A tap of the B and C buttons on the Genesis controller will rotate left and right.

Jason view[edit]

During the course of the game, Jason could enter several rooms, one of which may contain a mini-boss (such as a giant bee or worm) that he must fight in order to gain a powerup or key that will let him enter the next stage. Sometimes these mini-bosses will give Jason or S.O.P.H.I.A. a powerup that enhances their abilities. For example, Jason can get a jetpack, or missile launcher. S.O.P.H.I.A. can get a hover module, or a drill that can break through stone.

Reviews[edit]

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Electronic Gaming Monthly scored the game 7 out of 10. Their four reviewers were divided about the game; one hailed it as having 'better graphics, better sounds, and better play' than the original Blaster Master, one expressed disappointment over the removal of some of the original's power-ups but judged it an overall solid sequel, and the remaining two felt the game to be merely average.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ abcBlaster Master 2 at GameFAQs
  2. ^ abcBlaster Master 2 at MobyGames
  3. ^'Review Crew: Blaster Master 2'. Electronic Gaming Monthly. EGM Media, LLC (47): 30. June 1993.

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External links[edit]

  • Blaster Master Underground (BMUG) - a complete record of all games in the series, including external media and background development history on each game

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