If it is up to the developer of PlatinumGames Star Fox Zero To the Nintendo Switch, but unfortunately studio head Atsushi Inaba is not responsible. in a Interview with VGC Let the big boss know he thinks it’s a shame that the current generation is deprived of some (modern) classics, including Star Fox Zero. But yeah, to bring it to the Switch, you really need one “Ug” Wanted from San Miyamoto.
Now, of course, there’s always a chance that Nintendo will give in and give Star Fox Zero a second chance. This wouldn’t be the first time Wii U games have been ported to the Switch to breathe new life into them. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical FreezE-mail legend of zelda sword skyward are good examples of that. On the other hand, Star Fox Zero released in 2016 was not greeted with fury by everyone, which was mainly due to questionable controls.
However, the chance remains, albeit small. In any case, if Nintendo gives Star Fox Zero a second launch, it could wipe out its reputation. Plus, starting with classics is never a bad thing, whether they’ve been moved, reworked, or remanufactured. Many players love it. or not, Therapy/she/Capcom/aspiring?
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