A good remake of a retro gaming classic has to evoke the feeling of playing the original while making the game feel fresh and new. Blaster Master Zero for the Nintendo Switch is a very good remake of a retro gaming classic. So good.
Blaster Master Zero will release on the Nintendo 3DS eshop in Spring 2017 according to an announcement by Inti Creates. The company acquired the license to the original game from Sunsoft and has been working on remastering and expanding it, adding new levels, enemies, etc.
Gal*Gun: Double Peace is a game about firing your “pheromone shot” at love-crazed anime schoolgirls until they collapse in ecstasy and disappear. Armed with that knowledge, nothing in this video should surprise you.
In Azure Striker Gunvolt, you play the role of the electricity manipulating Gunvolt. If you thought that with Keiji Inafune as producer, Gunvolt would be just another enemy power-stealing Mega Man clone, worry not – That's your rival character.
Azure Striker Gunvolt is a new 3DS game from Keiji Inafune and Inti Creates. Headed to the Nintendo eShop this summer, Azure Striker Gunvolt was revealed earlier today.
At TGS 2010, just inside the media entrance, there sat a van owned by Inti Creates (a game studio formed by ex-Capcom staff). As I came upon it my first day, I saw Kotaku's own Brian Ashcraft standing beside a crowd of Japanese photographers who were fighting for position in front of the van. I asked Brian what was…
Do you know Gal Gun—or if you prefer, Gal☆Gun—the Japanese shooter for the Xbox 360 that's all about shooting high school girls with a "pheromone shot" and is mostly wall to wall upskirt shots? Then you probably know about the back and forth "pantsu" drama that threatened to keep the Japan-only game panty shot free.
I've played Gal Gun, the Xbox 360 on-rails shooter that pits you, the lonely high school student Tenzou, against a horde of school girl admirers on a quest to find true love. Cute? Kind of. Creepy? Yep. Shallow? You bet!