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By Jonathan Balofsky On 19 Apr, 2016 At 03:02 PM | Categorized As News, NINTENDO, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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Nintendo’s Upcoming reboot of the Star Fox series is currently #4 in game sales on amazon.com but seeing as the top 3 items are gift cards, that makes Star Fox Zero the top selling game. This is hopefully good news for Nintendo and the game’s sales

 

 

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 8 Apr, 2016 At 11:34 PM | Categorized As News, NINTENDO, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarNintendo has released a new trailer for Star Fox Zero that shows off the game. Puppets are also involved. Check it out below

 

By otakuman5000 On 10 Jun, 2011 At 04:12 AM | Categorized As Conventions, Portable/Mobile Gaming, Previews | With 1 Comment

No GravatarYesterday at Nintendo’s E3 2011 conference, the Nintendo Wii U, Zelda Skyward Sword and other Wii titles where announced along with this falls 3Ds titles one of them was the return of Fox McCloud and his Team in Star Fox 64 3D. Here is the press release below along with the trailer below.

Fox McCloud is Back in a Re-mastered
Nintendo Classic

Star Fox 64™ 3D invites players to take on the role of legendary Fox McCloud
as they lead a fearless squadron of fighters in fierce aerial combat to battle the
evil forces of Andross and save the galaxy from destruction.

The rich 3D visuals provide a remarkable sense of depth, distance and position as players
dodge meteors and blast enemy fighters out of the sky.
FEATURES:
• A complete graphical update brings a Nintendo classic into the era of portable 3D fun. The
game makes effective use of the Nintendo 3DS system’s dual screens: The top screen
features 3D aerial combat, while the bottom screen displays characters and dialogue.
• There are two control methods for the player to experience. The Nintendo 64 Mode offers
original controls, while the new Nintendo 3DS Mode uses the motion controls of the
built-in Gyro Sensor of the Nintendo 3DS system.
• Trusted wingmen Peppy, Slippy and Falco are along for the ride – if one of them is chased
or captured by an enemy, players must act to protect them in order to keep their team
strong.

• Each mission takes players through a different planet of the Lylat system as they blast
enemies, collect power-ups and fight powerful bosses on their way to the final battle.
• A new multiplayer option lets up to four players engage in fierce aerial combat via a local
wireless connection (using four systems and one game card via DS Download Play). The
multiplayer mode also includes new power-ups and special weapons. Players can use the
Nintendo 3DS system’s inner camera to display a live video feed of their faces as they
battle, bringing a new level of fun and personalization to the multiplayer experience.

We are glad that this series is back and hopefully more titles will come from the Star Fox Team.

By otakuman5000 On 24 Apr, 2011 At 03:35 PM | Categorized As Editorials, News, NINTENDO, Nintendo DS | With 0 Comments

No GravatarIn a quick interview, Sam Kennedy has revealed that Nintendo won’t be using friend codes for the Project Cafe, also known as the Wii 2. Even though Nintendo has yet to make an offical comment on the news or the possibility of this, Sam was confident in saying that friend codes won’t be appearing on Nintendo’s new Hardcore system.

 

Is This Project Cafe???

 

This brings up a barrage of questions about Project Cafe, on top of everything else people have been asking since rumors first surfaced. How will Nintendo be approaching online gaming without using the Wii Friend Codes they are known for? Is there a new version/iteration of Nintendo’s online service in the works? We all know that Nintendo will be having the Wii 2 online compatible, it could even be possible that they are taking a page from either Microsoft’s or Sony’s approach to the online gaming scene.

 

Possible Photo and Controler Blueprints of Project Cafe

 

At the current moment there, there are more questions and very little answers. Hopefully, E3 this year will shed some light on the elusive new console Nintendo has cooking up for us.

 

Original Source—- http://mynintendonews.com/2011/04/24/nintendo-wii-2-no-friend-codes-for-nintendo-wii-2-project-cafe/