Nintendo just released a free to play game called Steel Diver: Subwars. The game contains a nod to the Star Fox franchise that will make Star Fox fans happy and sad at the same time.
yeah instead of making a new star fox lets make another shitty steel diver game that's obviously what are fans want. yep screw f-zero lets remake chibi-robo obviously our fans want that instead. screw nintendo, if it wasn't for Zelda i wouldn't give two cents about them at this point.
"yeah instead of making a new star fox lets make another shitty steel diver game that's obviously what are fans want." Do something different people complain. Do some of the same, people complain.
Okay first off we haven't gotten a actual new star fox since 2006 and we haven't gotten a main line star fox since 2005. so a new star fox is both different and more of the same since it can break away from the monotonous releases of just mario, DK, Zelda, etc an actually have diversity in nintendo's line-up and it's a more of the same that people want and haven't got in years. An secondly ask yourself this who the hell asked for a first person steel diver game, get back to me with those statistics and then maybe i'll consider that your argument has merit, until then keep making lame excuses.
"An secondly ask yourself this who the hell asked for a first person steel diver game" No one asks for anything and game developers still try to create something new on a daily basis. You may be a fan but you're not entitled to their development pipeline. And FFS it's 3DS game that probably needed only a few people to develop. Your outrage is nothing but a whine.
looks like they did...a barrel roll...
When i saw the trailer of the game i was like ehh looks boring. But went to try it since its free and its actually quite fun
It's FREE Do you think Star-Fox will be FREE? Stop criticizing a FREE game for not being Star-Fox.
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