This is the sequel nobody wanted. It wasn’t localized from Japanese to the U.S. because it was never released in Japan at all. A version was in development for Super Nintendo at the same time as Sega Genesis and Sunsoft said “Eh, why bother?” and scrapped it. In the whole of the Blaster Master franchise, it may not be as much of a redheaded stepchild as Blaster Master Overdrive on Nintendo Wii, but it’s not that far off from it.
As I say in the video you can pretty much skip from Blaster Master on NES in 1988 to Blaster Master Zero on Switch in 2017 and not feel like you’ve missed a thing. Subscribe to Mistah MegaManFan for Genesis Does every Thursday and new content daily! Like, share and comment to help the channel grow. As always thanks for watching!