Action shooter Star Fox Zero includes exclusive downloadable demo for companion title Star Fox Guard
Fox, Falco, Peppy and Slippy save the Lylat system in this new deep space dogfighting adventure. Using the Wii U GamePad controller and the TV together creates a unique interface that allows players to experience the game with two different viewpoints within the Arwing – aim and shoot enemies in one direction while flying in another. This frees up the TV for a more cinematic flight experience. Then, pilot the Arwing with its new Walker transformation, along with the new Gyrowing and the Landmaster Tank, to traverse interplanetary terrain.
• Developed in partnership with Platinum Games
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Zero appears to be a modern extension of Lylat Wars 64, the space combat classic that took off in 1997. Zero is often a near-mirror image of Lylat Wars 64, featuring many of the same antagonists, locations, and one-liners. More than anything else, piloting your Arwing in Zero is a joy. You spend most of your time in the cockpit of your Arwing, but Zero has a few new tricks up its sleeve when it comes to vehicles. While I don't like the new control scheme, it's a small price to pay to hop into the seat of an Arwing. Though I feel like I've seen most of this adventure before, Zero is a good-looking homage with some new locations to find and challenges to overcome. It doesn't supplant Lylat Wars 64, but it does its legacy justice.
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