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Nintendo announces a wide variety of video game deals for Wii U and 3DS, with big discounts up for grabs for titles such as Super Mario Maker, Splatoon, and Minecraft: Wii U Edition.
In an E3 2016 interview with Game Informer, Shigeru Miyamoto and Bill Trinen name Star Fox Zero and Pikmin 3 as two underrated Wii U exclusive titles.
Nintendo releases a brief anime based on Star Fox Zero, featuring all of the beloved animal pilots from the main game. It’s actually quite good and can be watched here.
Star Fox Zero reunites gamers with its beloved cast of characters, and although it’s not always a smooth flight, there’s a lot to love about this new take on a familiar formula.
Upcoming Wii U space shooter Star Fox Zero features an emotional send off message for fallen Nintendo CEO and beloved gaming personality Satoru Iwata.
One editor goes hands-on with Star Fox Zero, and realizes that the game plays like a true extension of the classic Nintendo 64 iteration – opening a portal to 1997 in the process.
Nintendo says the company tried to create an Arwing amiibo that would have launched with Star Fox Zero, but despite numerous tries they weren’t able to complete it.
Shigeru Miyamoto, famed creator of some of Nintendo’s greatest game franchises, says his favorite movie of last year was the newest Star Wars film, The Force Awakens.
Nintendo announces a new Star Fox game called Star Fox Guard, which will also be bundled with the upcoming Wii U game Star Fox Zero when it is released this April.
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Coming off of a significant delay two months ago, Star Fox Zero has a newly announced release date as of today’s Nintendo Direct. Pick it up starting April 22, 2016.
Nintendo officially launches a brand new Website for Star Fox Zero, its forthcoming 3D side-scrolling shooter and aerial combat title for the Wii U console.
According to Yusuke Hashimoto of Platinum Games, Star Fox Zero for the Wii U was delayed so the development team could obtain the developer’s signature ‘Platinum feel.’
Nintendo announces the unfortunate news that the highly anticipated Wii U exclusive, Star Fox Zero, is being delayed to 2016 to allow for further polish.
Nintendo reveals the release dates for its upcoming slate of Wii U and 3DS titles throughout the rest of the year, including Star Fox Zero and Zelda: Tri Force Heroes.
Nintendo’s blockbuster holiday title, ‘Star Fox Zero’, has finally made its long awaited debut during E3 2015, and we were given the opportunity to go hands-on.