Gaming is not short of NES-like experiences these days; titles filled with 8-bit-style blocky pixels, beepy music, and some controllable character for you to take from the left side of the screen to the right. These games tend to chase the past from a comfortable distance, the harsh technical restrictions of almost 40 years ago something to keep in mind for stylistic reasons rather than be tied down to. Blazing Rangers is different.
Blazing Rangers by Karu_gamo, perhaps best known for their work on the Protect Me Knight series, isn’t merely NES-like, it’s a brand new NES game made for use with either original Nintendo hardware or your compatible cartridge-taking equivalent of choice.
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