Classic Game Room – BLASTER MASTER review for NES

Blaster Master review.
Classic Game Room reviews BLASTER MASTER for the Nintendo Entertainment System from 1988! Developed by Sunsoft this side scrolling/top scrolling adventure science fiction game was years ahead of its time. CGRHD believes it to be one of the best, if not the best game on the 8-bit NES. Flght your way through several levels filled with mutants and monsters in your Sophia tank/truck thing that flies, swims and does all kinds of neat things. Will they ever remake this game for the PS3 or Xbox 360 or Wii? It’s amazing!!

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23 thoughts on “Classic Game Room – BLASTER MASTER review for NES

  1. This game had me sucked in just about as much as Metroid. I remember making it to, what I'd assume around the end levels… had the upgrade to crawl on walls.. there was lava.. it was hard…

  2. we used to have competitions to see how fast we could finish this game when me and my siblings were kids!! ahhh… memories… hardest to kill was the second frog cause you had to kill it the right way the first time or you would have so much trouble killing it without your upgraded gun. awesome game.

  3. I hated this game back in the day. Last year I borrowed it from my friend and I was like "why the hell did I ever hate this game? "

  4. There's a trick when I was a lil kid. Boss fight, drop a bomb then press start. It will repeatedly bomb It. Unstart it, and you won. It has to be timed right.

  5. This game looks amazing on a Modern LED HDTV.
    If use a properly Done emulator, or a NES hooked into an Upconverter box.

  6. Agreed.  Arguably the greatest NES game of all time.  I spent hours staying up late weekend nights playing this awesome game as a kid.  It's an adventure.

  7. 3 lives and no passwords is cruel, this is one of those games you need 1. A lot of time, make use of the continues 2. A guide to get passed the maze-y parts of the levels

  8. I was going to say there was a second made and I to played this game for hours in my younger days. What I remember most about it was that this thing had happened and he just went off on an adventure no looking back he had to go after that frog. Lol, and the opening music sequence ah, I there was no going back after that. A must play. It was one game of its time… and still is.

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