"All the Star Fox 2 team would be playing it"
The SNES Classic Mini arrives later this month and brings with Star Fox 2, a game which was supposed to come out in the mid-'90s but was canned at the very last minute. There are countless theories as to why Nintendo decided to pull the plug on what was essentially a finished game, but the general...
Get that man a publishing deal, pronto
Star Fox 2 developer and Q-Games studio head Dylan Cuthbert has announced that he and his team have a "great" idea for a Switch game, but they need a publisher to make it happen. Cuthbert posted his tweet after it was revealed this week that the servers for Q-Games' ambitious PS4 title The Tomorrow Children...
"I presume it will be that mastered version?"
The internet is still in shock somewhat from Nintendo's decision to include the previously unreleased Star Fox 2 on the Super NES Classic Edition. While questions remain about exactly which version of this unreleased game will be on the hardware, we do know Nintendo has commissioned new artwork and a...
"The series was never intended to be limited to linear 3D scrolling stages"
To celebrate the announcement of the SNES Classic Mini, we're republishing the full story behind the cancellation of Star Fox 2, which first appeared on the site back in May 2015. This year will see the launch of another entry in Nintendo's long-running space battle...
"We were laughing our heads off"
Q-Games boss Dylan Cuthbert recently took part in a Reddit AMA where he spoke about a range of subjects, including his thoughts on the recent Wii U title Star Fox Zero - a game which will be of particular interest as he worked on both the SNES original and its
The man who started it all
By this point in time it's a bit of an understatement to say that Star Fox Zero was met with divided opinion. On one hand, the arcade elements that so many fans knew and loved from Star Fox 64 were present and accounted for in this latest iteration, but the dual screen motion controls dealt it all a killing blow. It's not...
"His jokes are kinda poor"
Q-Games boss Dylan Cuthbert is something of a legend in the world of Nintendo. As part of the British studio Argonaut he worked on the SNES version of Star Fox back in the early '90s, and eventually became a full-time staffer at Nintendo, moving from the UK to Japan. He would later establish this own company and has worked...
And we're not talking about fan-made patched prototype ROMs, either
Later today, we'll be running an exclusive interview with Q-Games boss Dylan Cuthbert, a key figure in the history of the Star Fox series - he worked on the SNES original, its cancelled sequel, Star Fox Command and the 3DS port of Star Fox 64. In our interview, Cuthbert reveals...
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