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Dragon Marked for Death sees Version 2.0.0 update and new DLC (level cap increased, new items, additional scenarios, and more) (UPDATE)

All sorts of new content to check out!

Version 2.0.0 for Dragon Marked for Death is now available. We're working off the Japanese patch notes for this update, so please excuse any mistranslated info.

- level limit has been raised to 60
- two additional scenarios added: "Eastern Treasure" (Level 20) and "The Flame of Labyrinth" (Level 35)
- Round Blood Thieves scenario offers weapons and accessories in the 51 to 60 range
- you can now change your dragon contract, meaning princesses can now choose Tree Dragon, Warrior Gold Dragon, Shinobi Fire Dragon, and Witch Water Dragon
- level 10 to 48 weapons, accessories, and consumable items can be exchanged in the "Black Market"
- second save slot has been added
- Additional scenario DLC "Round Blood Thieves Edition" available

Check out more screens here

As mentioned above, the "Round Blood Thieves" scenario is available, and it's a paid DLC experience. The scenario includes 11 quests that are rated for players between level 20 and 50. Take on the high-level quests to get new weapons and accessories as high as levels 55 to 60.

UPDATE - Full English patch notes are now available, which you can read here

Blaster Master Zero Two - more gameplay footage

The story of Blaster Master Zero 2 begins a few months after the events of the first game (released on March 9, 2017), where the main protagonist Jason saves planet Earth from the mutants. Eve has been infected by mutant cells that are slowly corrupting her body, so together with Jason and Fred, they board G-SOPHIA and begin an intergalactic journey to Eve's home planet, Sophia, in hopes of finding a cure for the mutant infection.

Dragon Marked for Death’s Special Nintendo Switch Retail Package Available Now

Game marked for retail

EDISON, N.J. – March 26, 2019 – Players yearning for classic side-scrolling multiplayer action on the Nintendo Switch can pick up a copy of Dragon Marked for Death at North American and European retailers starting today, or purchase online at Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop or Target. Fans holding out for the retail release will receive all four characters, Additional Quest download content (DLC) and for a limited time, the complete set of four Striker Gear DLC weapons.

From world-renowned Japanese game developer Inti Creates and courtesy of publisher Nighthawk Interactive, Dragon Marked for Death brings up to four players together where they’ll choose one of four Dragonblood Clan members to control, each with their own special skills. Players can work together, or fly solo, to complete quests, defeat monsters and ultimately take down the powerful Kingdom of Medius. Dragon Marked for Death features:

· Four Playable Characters – Players take control of the Empress, Warrior, Shinobi or Witch, each with their own unique moves and playstyles, allowing for a deep, strategic action experience;

· Play Solo or With Up to Four Players – Players can enjoy the entire experience on their own, or team up with friends in either local or online multiplayer;

· Fantasy Pixel World – Dragon Marked for Death comes to life on the Nintendo Switch with its hand-drawn pixel art from some of the industry's best pixelmancers;

· Massive Boss Battles – Dragon Marked for Death’s fantastical bosses take up the entire screen of the Nintendo Switch creating intense, chaotic battles;

· Immersive Storylines – Dragon Marked for Death delivers over 30 main quests and numerous side quests, immersing players into its expansive and incredible world;

· Limited Edition Striker Gear Pack – Unlocks a unique weapon for each of the 4 playable characters only available in the initial run of the physical version.

Developed by Inti Creates and published by Nighthawk Interactive, Dragon Marked for Death is available at North American retailers for the Nintendo Switch for $49.99 with equivalent pricing in Europe. The game is rated T (Teen) by the ESRB.

GoNintendo Video - Let's play Blaster Master Zero 2 and talk Switch redesign rumors!

Space exploration and Switch speculation

Blaster Master Zero 2 was a surprise launch for the Switch last week. Let's check that out while we go over the latest rumors about not one, but two Switch redesigns!

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Blaster Master Zero Two - Giant Bomb quick look

The story of Blaster Master Zero 2 begins a few months after the events of the first game (released on March 9, 2017), where the main protagonist Jason saves planet Earth from the mutants. Eve has been infected by mutant cells that are slowly corrupting her body, so together with Jason and Fred, they board G-SOPHIA and begin an intergalactic journey to Eve's home planet, Sophia, in hopes of finding a cure for the mutant infection.

Blaster Master Zero Two - more footage

A perfect blend of action-adventure through outer space and the signature Blaster Master gameplay creates a formula for a fun new experience.

Blaster Master Zero 2 - Japanese trailer

What trouble has that damn frog gotten us into now?

The story of Blaster Master Zero 2 begins a few months after the events of the first game (released on March 9, 2017), where the main protagonist Jason saves planet Earth from the mutants. Eve has been infected by mutant cells that are slowly corrupting her body, so together with Jason and Fred, they board G-SOPHIA and begin an intergalactic journey to Eve's home planet, Sophia, in hopes of finding a cure for the mutant infection.

Blaster Master Zero 2 - gameplay footage

Experience the yet-untold story of Jason and Eve after defeating Earth's mutant scourge as they venture into the depths of space in their new battle tank, "GAIA-SOPHIA"!

Blaster Master Zero 2 Comes To Nintendo Switch Today

Get blasting TODAY!

We here at Inti Creates along with our partners at Sunsoft are absolutely thrilled to announce that Blaster Master Zero 2 lands on Nintendo Switch...today! Revealed during the March 20th Nindies Direct video from Nintendo of America, Blaster Master Zero 2 is a direct sequel to Blaster Master Zero, a launch title for the Nintendo Switch.

The story of Blaster Master Zero 2 begins a few months after the events of the first game (released on March 9th, 2017), where the main protagonist Jason saves planet Earth from the mutants. Jason's partner and support droid of their battle tank SOPHIA III, Eve, was infected by mutant cells that have been slowly corrupting her body, so together with Jason and Fred the frog, they board their new battle tank G-SOPHIA and begin an intergalactic journey to Eve's home planet Sophia in hopes of finding a cure for the mutant infection.

To celebrate the release of Blaster Master Zero 2, we will be exhibiting the game at our booth on the show floor of PAX East 2019 from March 28 - March 31 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Inti Creates live-stream recording - Celebrating Curse of the Moon Physical Release

Being cursed never felt so good

With the upcoming physical release of Bloodstained Curse of the Moon by Limited Run Games on MArch 15th, we wanted to revisit the game and celebrate the release with you! Matt and Andrew are here to not only showcase the latest Inti Creates content. but to also bring you the latest Inti Creates news, take your questions live on air, and more!

Personal note here...if you haven't played Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon and you like retro-style games, I can't recommend it enough. I really feel like Inti Creates did a wonderful job of not only nailing to true vibe of classic NES games, but also injecting a fair amount of new ideas and approaches to side-scrolling action. Really, really enjoyed that title.