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Reader Ignacio Guajardo, a student at Ringling College of Art & Design, and his 3D artist cohorts (Garrett Stevens, Jati Darmawan and Clayton Chod) recently created this environment trailer to see what Starfox on the Wii U could look like. Maybe something like this? Even if it doesn’t, nice work!
It reads like fan fiction and the rumour’s original reporter — who uncovered PlayStation All-Stars six months before it was announced — concedes that nothing about it is confirmed. But Retro Studios is said to be working on, or at least to have considered, Star Fox-Metroid Fusion Saga, a mashup of third-person action gameplay with aerial/space combat.
You have a one in 12,632 chance of dying in a spectacular hail of gunfire like Nathan Drake in Uncharted 3. A one in 1,981 chance of being dispatched like a guard in Assassin’s Creed. A one in 7,032 chance of shuffling off your mortal coil like Slippy Toad. Chances are when you eat it, it will be at the hand of a stroke, heart attack or something mundane like the flu, according to figures from the National Vital Statistics System and National centre for Health.
Doing barrel rolls is super great and all, but Star Fox 64 3DS didn’t really capture my attention until today — when I showed up late to the party knowing about its “Online Stage Guide” features.
Remember what a delightful surprise Starfox 64 was when it first showed up in ’97, bundled in its enticing oversize box with the Rumble Pak? I do. So it was like saying “hello” to an old friend today when I saw it at Nintendo’s E3 complex; an old friend tripped out with some motion controls and minor cosmetic enhancements, but that same old friend nevertheless. Most importantly, Starfox 64 on the 3DS has retained all of its original voice-acting and facial portraits—you and I both know it wouldn’t be the same game otherwise.
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