Nintendo’s new Star Fox Game said to release before the new Zelda Title for the WiiU
Nintendo has revealed that it will be releasing it’s new Star Fox for WiiU game ahead of the more anticipated Legend of Zelda title.
During the Game Awards in Las Vegas, CA, the developer of the ever-lasting Mario franchise show cased in a video that the game will be released in 2015 – a head of the next installment for The Legend of Zelda series. During the announcement, Shigeru Miyamoto also announced that the game would be employing some new features that will take the gamepad experience for the game to the next level.
Several people that played the game have stated that players can now control the Airwing using the gamepad’s analogue sticks when aiming and firing at enemies. There are also now special effects during the transition of the Airwing into a Landmaster; two pinnacles of the series’ vehicles.
One last thing noted is the added creation of a seemingly two-player mode where one player controlls a helicopter, and the other a small robot that collects items and materials.
If you’re anything like me, you’re very excited for the release of the new Star Fox game. Having played the original, 3DS remake, and the original Gamecube Star Fox; I am a bit excited to see the execution of this game, especially much sooner than the new Legend of Zelda.
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