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Blaster Master Zero Trilogy Trailer Reveals the Japanese Voice Cast

Blaster Master Zero Trilogy

Inti Creates has published a new trailer showcasing the Japanese voice cast for Blaster Master Zero Trilogy. It lets you listen to voice clips of key characters from all three games, including new characters in the upcoming final game, Blaster Master Zero 3.

The physical trilogy compilation will add Japanese voice acting to the story cutscenes. The new voiceovers will also apply to the first two games in the collection. The series protagonist Jason Frudnick and the heroine Eve will be voiced by Kensho Ono and Tamako Miyazaki.

The trailer also included Jennifer and Kane Gardner, the Metafight characters who will make their actual appearances in Blaster Master Zero 3. They will be voiced by Nozomi Yamamoto, who also provided system voices for the Sophia III tank, and the storyline narrator Satoshi Hino.

Inti Creates revealed Blaster Master Zero Trilogy on the same day it announced Blaster Master Zero 3 at NGPX 2021. It will let you play all three games in a single physical package. The games are also available digitally on PC and console storefronts, although the first two games did not have voiceovers on the cutscenes.

Blaster Master Zero Trilogy will be available physically for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch at the same time Blaster Master Zero 3 comes out on July 29, 2021. The English product page lists a price tag of US$53.99. Pre-ordering the physical copy in Southeast Asia will also let you obtain a mask cover and a papercraft of the Sophia III tank.

Limited Run Games will also release standalone physical editions of Blaster Master Zero 3 for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. It will open the pre-orders from June 4, 2021 to July 11, 2021.

Kite Stenbuck
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