Blaster Master, es un videojuego de Plataformas y Run and Gun, lanzado por Sunsoft para la Nintendo Entertainment System. Fue localizado en la Versión Japonés de Famicom titulado, Chô Wakusei Senki Metafight (超惑星戦記メタファイト Los records de super guerra Planetario: Metafight?) (también simplemente llamado Metafight o Meta Fight), fue lanzado en 17 de junio de 1988. El juego fue lanzado en América del Norte en noviembre de 1988 y en Europa en 25 de abril de 1991. El juego es el primer en la serie de Blaster Master, y fue salido en los dos títulos de Spin-off como dos secuelas.
MangasEn 25 de Julio de 1988, Famicom Chô Wakusei Senki Metafight fue adaptado en el manga, como parte de Wan Pakku Comics, publicada por Tokuma Shoten.
Blaster Master is a platform and run and gun video game released by Sunsoft for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is a localized version of a Japanese Famicom game titled Chô Wakusei Senki Metafight (超惑星戦記メタファイト?, which loosely translates to "Super Planetary War Records: Metafight") (also simply called Metafight or Meta Fight), which was released on June 17, 1988. The game was released in North America in November 1988 and in Europe on April 25, 1991. The game is the first in the Blaster Master series, and it spawned two spin-off titles as well as two sequels. The game features a character named Jason who follows his pet frog Fred down a hole in the earth. There he finds a tank and uses it to battle radioactive mutants. The player controls Jason and the tank Sophia the 3rd through eight levels of gameplay to find the whereabouts of Fred and to defeat the mutants and their leader, the Plutonium Boss. The game was praised for its smooth play control and level designs, detailed and clean graphics, and music, and it was criticized for its high difficulty level and lack of passwords or save points. The game was novelized by Peter Lerangis, as part of the Worlds of Power series published by Scholastic Books. On November 5, 2016, at the 20th Anniversary Fan Festa event in Ichikawa, Japan, Inti Creates announced that they acquired the license of the original Blaster Master game from Sunsoft, and are planning to release a new game titled Blaster Master Zero for the Nintendo 3DS eShop in Spring 2017. Using the original Blaster Master game as a base, Blaster Master Zero will set out to create a fully 8-bit experience that hearkens back to the original NES title and uses the current generation hardware for contemporary players.