StarFox 64 3D Supports Up To Four Players. No Online.

At a retail event today in Japan, Nintendo gave more Star Fox 64 3D details.

The game sports a "64 Mode" and a "3DS Mode". In the 3DS Mode, players can control the spacecraft by using the 3DS' internal gyroscope sensor. That means, moving the 3DS right causes the spacecraft to go right, moving it left causes it to go left, moving it up causes it to go up, and so on.

There is also a Battle Mode that supports up to four players, through downloadable local play. All four can play using a single cartridge. There is no online mode.

Players can also take photos of their faces with the the 3DS' internal camera. The pictures are used as icons to denote each player's craft.

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    Good start to your online focus Nintendo ........FAIL!

      In addition....have Nintendo lost the plot with this whole gyro montion control on a 3D screen that has a small sweet spot. ...........another FAIL.

      In addition....have Nintendo lost the plot with this whole gyro montion control on a 3D screen that has a small sweet spot. ...........another FAIL.

        This would be one of the many reasons why you have the ability to turn the 3D off, no?

          Let's release a glasses free 3d system, market it as it's major selling point then get everyone to turn it off to play games. Nintendo FAIL

            Oh No! Jav is also Javin? Scandal.

      Good to see Nintendo realising online multiplayer is no substitute for real physical human interaction.

        What are you talking about "realising" online is no substitute.... There should be both. Why should you only be able to play multiplayer when people are sitting next to you? Umm 2011 Nintendo!!!

    Man, and I was looking forward to 16-player online dogfights, that would have been epic!

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