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Star Fox Zero (Nintendo Wii U)

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Platform : Nintendo Wii U
4.1 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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  • Characters return - Fox McCloud, Slippy, Peppy, Falco and more
  • Two different viewpoints, the traditional TV gameplay and the new unique cockpit view on the Wii U GamePad controller
  • Pilot the new and improved Arwing with its new Walker transformation, a new drone type plane, the Gyrowing and the Landmaster Tank, equipped with a new, limited flight form
  • Replay levels with all the vehicles and extra missions can be selected on top of the main campaign
  • Developed in partnership with Platinum Games
  • Compatible with the Nintendo Wii U console
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii U
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00KJGJUFQ
  • Release Date: 22 April 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 994 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Star Fox turns the Wii U GamePad into the view from the cockpit of Fox McCloud's Arwing fighter. While the TV shows the perspective from behind the Arwing, players can also use the gyro sensors of the GamePad to intuitively and independently target enemies. Players can instantly switch between the Arwing and Landmaster tank with the press of a button, and the game also introduces a new helicopter-type vehicle. The game is scheduled for 2015.

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Played it and was going to sell it on e bay and then i thought i would give it another try. There is nothing like this on other consoles and if u get used to the controls well its a keeper. Its hard to nail em down but practice doing same level over and over until it clicks.. its worth it in the end. Splatoon is also much better experience if you can adopt to motion controls. Infact im looking foward to splatoon 2 more than titanfall 2. lol serious.
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Innovative things tend to be derided on release and then lauded after the event. But I want to laud it right now.

Star Fox Zero has met with a lot of criticism, mostly focusing on the control scheme. It works like this: You control the ship with the two sticks, and for precise aiming you use the Gamepad screen. It takes adjustment, but it works. That is, it works as it would if you were flying a spaceship whilst also manning guns. Which is why the 2-player co-op, where one person flies and the other shoots, feels easier and more like a regular game.

The plot is secondary, to be honest. You are basically given a series of missions, mostly involving shooting everything that isn’t your wingmen, or infiltrating some enemy base. Hold down the left trigger and the screen focuses on your current objective. Again, very straightforward.

That’s not to say the game is easy. The goals can be tough, the dogfights challenging, and the bosses can be mean. But it’s not a punishing game – the penalty for failure is starting the mission over or from a checkpoint. And you will improve. You’ll get used to when it’s best to do a loop or when to hit the retros.

Parental guidance: There’s nothing to worry about here. The graphics are bright and cartoony in style and there’s no swearing or gore. The standard difficulty may be too much for youngsters, but apparently there’s an invulnerability mode where you can’t die, you’re just going for the high score. I say “apparently” because I haven’t tried this mode.

You get to control numerous vehicles. You’ll have your favourite.
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The controls for this game are very confusing, they are a force fusion of normal and motion controls (I have it set to the mode with the least motion controls, but that doesn't mean they're completely gone) that means that you can shot and control the ship via the sticks, but whenever you want to aim, you've got to tilt the Wii-U GamePad, not good.

Overall, the game itself is a decent entry to the Star Fox series, but it is extremely short, I reached the final boss within about 2 1/2 hours on my first run. The game isn't very difficult on its Normal Mode, however it has the option to tone down the difficulty and has the infamous Invincible Mode, just in case you want to breeze through it.

As it stands, I would say this; pick the game up when it's a little cheaper.
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I didn't buy the game from Amazon as I didn't think the pre-order price was good. There is so much negativity about the controls that I fell I had to have my say. There are some people who do not even own the game and are on a vendetta trying to discredit it.

Star fox zero looks and plays fantastic. The design of the game is excellent. It reminds me of the games Nintendo used to make when they were at their peak. Today modern games have all become 'pick up and play'. Well Star fox zero is not 'pick up and play'. It requires the player to learn the controls, then the experience becomes ultra rewarding. Games in the past required this, but unfortunately we are living in a world where people want instant gratification. The casual gamer need not apply here and it may be too difficult for very young players. This game is aimed at gamers.

I totally believe (I know I only have it 2 days) that it the best game Nintendo have made this generation. Without a shadow of a dough this is the greatest Star fox game ever. Proper old school. I absolutely love it.
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Fans of Lyat Wars on the N64 will love this.
I'll be the first to admit the controls take abit of getting used to, i wish that i could just use the Nintendo pro controller and play and if i could this would of got a solid 5 stars from me, the controls are by no means bad now but it took me around an hour to get used to them.

Onto the game itself, WOW, i love the graphics, vibrant and colourful, the battles look great. On the 3rd stage though I did notice a lot of slow down when there was huge explosions going on but this wasn't enough to bother me in the end as it does look fantastic and Nintendo is all about fun!

I've done around 5 planets so far which have all varied and the missions have been fun.
There are new vehicles this time round such as a gyro copter (which took me a while to get used to control wise).

If you haven't played the N64 version of lylat wars (or star fox 64 in the US) or even the star fox 3ds remake then you will still find enjoyment from the game, buy it, see what the fuss is all about.

Great fun, i love it. Will keep me entertained for a while.
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