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Blaster Master for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by iloveboxcars, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. iloveboxcars

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    Blaster Master for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

    Discussion started by iloveboxcars - Feb 24, 2004

    So recently I decided to get myself an N.E.S. and buy a bunch of the games I used to own. After finding out the Nintendo I bought was not in working condition I took it apart and fixed it by putting rubbing alcohol on the copper reciever .. uh.. things inside of the machine. Yay it works. So anyway, I bought Blaster master, Castlevania and Mario Bros/Duck Hunt/Track and Field (unfortunately the running pad was not included). I bought Blaster Master just because it had a cool name. How in gods name could I have forgotten about this game.

    Unfortunately my Nintendo still needs alittle bit more tweaking before it works properly, it randomly decides to freeze... but I'll get it in working order, and then I will be the Blaster Master king.




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  2. Al Green

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    Al Green - Replied Feb 24, 2004

    that game was friggin hard...

    and i remember the story not making any logical sense...

    didnt they remake it for snes or something?


    good game.
     
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    Gunm - Replied Feb 24, 2004

    That game blaster master was cool but there was one thing fundamentally WRONG with it. That thing was the total lack of a save game or password feature. It was one mother fucker of a long role playing game that would automatically go right back to square fucking one the moment you hit the reset or power button.
     
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  4. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Feb 24, 2004

    Yes, that game was hard as balls, long as balls, an completely impossible. As balls.


    But it was pretty fucking cool though. If I remember right, you had to go through that incredible ordeal to save a stupid pet frog. If it was some hot chick or maybe a case of Miller Lite, I would've been more motivated to get past level 3.
     
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    test pattern - Replied Feb 24, 2004

    gnarly game
    hard as fuck
    gnarly game
     
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    im more interested in some track and field action with the running pad
     
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    iloveboxcars - Replied Feb 24, 2004

    They re-made it a bunch of times for several different systems.
     
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    GnomeToys - Replied Feb 24, 2004

    Blaster Master was awesome. I played it so much and never really got past stage 4 or 5, can't remember.

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    The story made perfect sense.

    1) Boy loses pet frog.
    2) Frog jumps on gigantic fucking crate of plutonium sitting in boy's driveway.
    3) Frog grows to massive size and burrows underground.
    4) Boy jumps down bottemless pit and finds ultra high-tech battletank and suit laying around.
    5) Boy goes to kill his frog.
     
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    villain - Replied Feb 24, 2004

    Hahah... Yeah I loved blaster master.

    When is that new Ninja Gaiden coming out? That looks dope.
     
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