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.
The Nintendo 3DS does online pretty damn well. All the experiences I've enjoyed so far have been the best online Nintendo experiences I've ever had. One game I won't be able to put through the online paces is Star Fox 64 3D, a 3DS Star Fox 64 remake.
Nintendo has uploaded a new trailer video from Starfox 64 3D, which highlights what battle mode will look like in the game.
He's not just for stars anymore. In Star Fox 64 and its upcoming 3D re-release on the 3DS, Fox McCloud proves himself worthy of the title Tank Fox. Sub Fox is just something Krystal likes to call him when they're alone.
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During the same Nintendo developer roundtable where we were given a Tanooki suit history lesson, Nintendo godfather Shigeru Miyamoto discussed the new control scheme for Star Fox 64: 3D, and how the they may have provided the solution for a long-standing source of stress for him.
Nintendo has a habit of being especially uptight about the press' use of imagery from E3. Nintendo sent a message along with the screenshots they distributed at the show, stating that the enclosed images were "prioritized", and that magazines and blogs like ourselves should try to use the higher rated images if you…
At a retail event today in Japan, Nintendo gave more Star Fox 64 3D details.
Star Fox 64 was one of the Nintendo 64's best video games. It was a fantastic on-rails shooter, it introduced rumble to Nintendo console gaming and it gave the world one of the best pieces of advice ever delivered by software: "Do a barrel roll."
There's a new old Star Fox coming to the Nintendo 3DS, a remake of the Nintendo 64 classic that, according to Nintendo, "ups the Star Fox mania" with a pair of new features, seemingly designed for Star Fox maniacs.
Nintendo's last 3D console had a Star Fox game on it. It's nice to see the company keeping up tradition.