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Topic: Star Fox Adventures 2 for Wii U?

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SCRAPPER392

Sorry, bro. Starfox Adventures 2 would be too advanced, even for PS4.

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martinskrtel37

nobody really liked how they merged star fox with the dinosaur planet world so sorry this is just fantasy

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everyone needs to relax and enjoy the games that are released today and stop worrying what Nintendo will do in a year or two from now.

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Majora101

Not to ressurect an old thread, but as a new Starfox title has yet to be announced in early 2018 for the Nintendo Switch and the series is currently described by many to be in need of a new direction after the divisive Star Fox Zero entry for Wii U, I thought I'd add my two cents.

I personally love Starfox Adventures. It is by far the most ambitious and polished Starfox game in the series. For me, it serves as a bittersweet dual exhibit of the inimitable development prowess of the beloved Rare Ltd. team, (before their unfortunate Microsoft corporate takeover and eventual spiritual demise into an Xbox Kinect/Sea Of Thieves studio) and the expectation-breaking "be different" Nintendo vision that has produced such intriguing, unique, and, importantly, fun game experiences for many years. With some exceptions, Nintendo is not in the business of churning out identical titles year after year, especially in this day and age of the Nintendo Switch, in which they are taking their most beloved franchises (Zelda, Mario, Pokemon) and turning the formulas that made them great on their heads, with contemporary classic titles like Breath Of The Wild and Super Mario Odyssey.

For the inevitable future Starfox release on Nintendo Switch, I would love to see a new iteration in the series that flies closer to its Starfox Adventures predecessor than its on-rails bretheren. I like many love the tried and true on-rails Starfox gameplay, having been enamoured with the series since Starfox 64. But I love seeing beloved series take on a new direction, expand, create fun new experiences which fans may not have been expecting. Putting development drama and what might-have-been for an original new adventure IP released at the end of Nintendo 64's lifecycle aside, the title that became Starfox Adventures is the game of its generation to truly capture the Nintendo spirit, taking the beloved Starfox series to the ground for the first time in a beautiful only-Rare-could-do-it jungle trek through a wild, diverse planet inhabited by dinosaur tribes, evil pirates, ancient gods, and more, complete with a simple but never stale combat system, an awesome set of items and upgrades, hidden bonuses, creatures, and cheat tokens to find and collect. Not to mention a majestic soundtrack composed by the acclaimed David Wise, boasting Zelda-esque location-specific tunes players still find themselves humming nearly twenty years after the game's release.

Adventures is a misunderstood but landmark title in the Starfox series, setting the standard of high quality fun the series has yet to surpass with its subsequent Starfox Assault, Starfox Command, and Starfox Zero titles. I would love to see a new game in the Starfox series that exhibits the wonderful sense of exploration and discovery, unique cast of characters, graphical fidelity, and fun gameplay Adventures has on offer.

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Majora101

Jox

Majora101 wrote:

Not to ressurect an old thread, but as a new Starfox title has yet to be announced in early 2018 for the Nintendo Switch and the series is currently described by many to be in need of a new direction after the divisive Star Fox Zero entry for Wii U, I thought I'd add my two cents.

I personally love Starfox Adventures. It is by far the most ambitious and polished Starfox game in the series. For me, it serves as a bittersweet dual exhibit of the inimitable development prowess of the beloved Rare Ltd. team, (before their unfortunate Microsoft corporate takeover and eventual spiritual demise into an Xbox Kinect/Sea Of Thieves studio) and the expectation-breaking "be different" Nintendo vision that has produced such intriguing, unique, and, importantly, fun game experiences for many years. With some exceptions, Nintendo is not in the business of churning out identical titles year after year, especially in this day and age of the Nintendo Switch, in which they are taking their most beloved franchises (Zelda, Mario, Pokemon) and turning the formulas that made them great on their heads, with contemporary classic titles like Breath Of The Wild and Super Mario Odyssey.

For the inevitable future Starfox release on Nintendo Switch, I would love to see a new iteration in the series that flies closer to its Starfox Adventures predecessor than its on-rails bretheren. I like many love the tried and true on-rails Starfox gameplay, having been enamoured with the series since Starfox 64. But I love seeing beloved series take on a new direction, expand, create fun new experiences which fans may not have been expecting. Putting development drama and what might-have-been for an original new adventure IP released at the end of Nintendo 64's lifecycle aside, the title that became Starfox Adventures is the game of its generation to truly capture the Nintendo spirit, taking the beloved Starfox series to the ground for the first time in a beautiful only-Rare-could-do-it jungle trek through a wild, diverse planet inhabited by dinosaur tribes, evil pirates, ancient gods, and more, complete with a simple but never stale combat system, an awesome set of items and upgrades, hidden bonuses, creatures, and cheat tokens to find and collect. Not to mention a majestic soundtrack composed by the acclaimed David Wise, boasting Zelda-esque location-specific tunes players still find themselves humming nearly twenty years after the game's release.

Adventures is a misunderstood but landmark title in the Starfox series, setting the standard of high quality fun the series has yet to surpass with its subsequent Starfox Assault, Starfox Command, and Starfox Zero titles. I would love to see a new game in the Starfox series that exhibits the wonderful sense of exploration and discovery, unique cast of characters, graphical fidelity, and fun gameplay Adventures has on offer.

Totally agree with you!

Jox

Morpheel

Let's not revive old dead threads plz

Yeah I don’t know either.

Eh! My gameplay videos

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