Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins animated short coming April 20th

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  1. T-hug
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    Produced in collaboration with Shigeru Miyamoto, Production I.G. and WIT Studio, Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins stars the beloved characters from Star Fox Zero.


    Immediately following the animated short will be a special Nintendo Treehouse: Live featuring Star Fox Zero & Star Fox Guard.

    :arrow:Watch Live
     
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  2. KiiWii

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  3. yusuo

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    Atleast they know their market. They know this will flop with anyone true to the series so by making a cartoon they are marketing to a younger demographic, who quite frankly are gullible
     
  4. BurningDesire

    BurningDesire GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Yo fam. This look sick!
     
  5. Lycanroc

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    It's gonna air at midnight here.
    I don't even like Star Fox, but Imma stay up for this :toot:
     
  6. keven3477

    keven3477 Fresh Prince of Lemonade

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    Somewhere you can never find.
    if this is worldwide then will this be in Japanese with subs right?
     
  7. Lycanroc

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    I'm guessing they dubbed it too, just like Palutena's anime reveal trailer.
     
  8. Real_Redwolf

    Real_Redwolf GBAtemp Regular

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    Lovely. It starts two hours before I get home from school.

    Oh well. I'm certain it will spring up on YouTube instantaneously after it is over anyway. :P
     
  9. Arecaidian Fox

    Arecaidian Fox Pink Foxi

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    I always miss live streams for pretty much anything. So yeah, YouTube XD .
     
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  10. DDTarZan

    DDTarZan Never getting laid again /s

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    Interesting animation choice judging by the trailer. I wonder if Ninty has other things like this planned. Glad Star Fox is getting some extra love.
     
  11. TobiasAmaranth

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    Trailer's animation style for Fox is easily 5 times nicer looking than the actual SF:Zero Fox design.

    And speaking of fluffy things and Zero's, Re:Zero has some good anthros as background characters.
     
  12. nintendarium

    nintendarium Banned

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    the anime is NX powered ...
    :)
     
  13. osirisjem

    osirisjem Wii U: Y U No Sell ?

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    Ultimately, Star Fox Zero’s biggest problem is that its weak level design and flawed controls smack of a game that was designed less through the spark of creative inspiration and more with the intent to justify the unpopular and unconventional two-screen Wii U console. The game was first presented to reporters at a small press showcase at E3 in June of 2014, where Nintendo’s brilliant game designer Shigeru Miyamoto showed off a trio of experiments for a console that was a year and a half old and flailing.


    http://kotaku.com/star-fox-zero-the-kotaku-review-1772399410

    Nintendo ... whoever came up with the idea that 2 screens is useful should be fired.

    The NX better hit a homerun or it's their last console.
     
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    i hope you die in 2016 by a cancer
     
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