Star Fox 3D Barrels Into Stores In Mid-September


Star Fox 3D, which is out in Japan next month, will be released in the West in September. It’ll be out on the 9th in Europe, while Americans will get their hands on it on September 11. [Eurogamer]


  • Oh ffs, we’re now getting one sentence articles about release dates?

    Since the US articles seem to be getting worse and there is no end of them in sight (regardless of the countless complaints in the comments sections about them) can we perhaps just get a a US articles filter?

    • It’s reasonably useful for news that the Australian end wouldn’t necessarily cover.

      And surely it’s not so difficult to just ignore the one-sentence articles and move on to something else?

  • Starfox originated on the SNES in 1992, and has since become one of Nintendo’s stalwart franchises, appearing on the Nintendo 64, Gamecube, Nintendo DS and the Wii as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

    Starfox 3D is a remake of the 1997 Starfox 64 – akin to the recently released Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D.

    Easily the biggest problem the 3DS has faced since launch has been it’s lack of decent hardware. While it debuted with a Professor Layton game in Japan, Ocarina of Time has been the first real ‘must-have’ game for the system.

    Starfox, along with Super Mario, Mario Kart, Kid Icarus and Luigi’s Mansion 2 are all big name franchises due out by the end of this year – a move by Nintendo to give their new handheld’s lacklustre libray a much needed boost.

    Oh and here’s a copyright free image:

    That took me all of two minutes to write. It’s no wounder Kotaku has become one of the ‘most hated brands’ in videogames.

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