Review: Blaster Master Zero 3 – A Masterful Conclusion To The Trilogy

What a blast.

Few could’ve guessed that a Blaster Master reimagining would’ve been one of the standout releases of the Switch launch window line-up, yet Blaster Master Zero proved to be a potently enjoyable take on the retro classic. Then, a couple of years later, Inti Creates opted to follow it up with an all-new sequel that built upon the ideas that were explored in the first entry. All good things must come to an end, however, as the team has now put out a final entry to close out the trilogy with a bang. Luckily for us, Blaster Master Zero 3 showcases the developers’ absolute mastery of old-school platforming design; this is one that you definitely won’t want to miss.

The story of Blaster Master Zero 3 hits the ground running, picking up shortly after the end of its predecessor. There are tough circumstances for our protagonists, and the world is seemingly falling apart at the seams as cracks are beginning to form in the fabric of reality, granting passageway into the dangerous mutant dimension. Of course, it doesn’t take long for Jason to find his way into the driver’s seat of the G-SOPHIA SV tank, which he intends to use to get to the bottom of the interdimensional chaos.

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