Star Fox Zero Review – Slippy Turd

Barrel roll off a cliff and into a bunch of poison!

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Developer: Nintendo EPD, Platinum Games
Publisher: Nintendo
Format: Wii U
Released: April 22, 2016
Copy purchased

Star Fox Zero is a dumpster game for people who want to have a garbage time, and it belongs in the toilet.

Masquerading as an innovative and all-new experience, Nintendo and Platinum Games’ miserable adventure is actually a bare-bones space shooter utilizing a deliberately obtuse control scheme in order to mask the fact it’s nowhere near as interesting as it pretends to be.

Robbed of its “inventive” little control scheme, Star Fox Zero is an unchallenging and rather humdrum continuation of the Star Fox series. If it didn’t handle like a wingless pigeon in a falling elevator it would’ve been an inoffensive way to spend a handful of hours – not exactly a remarkable or memorable experience, but at least tolerable.

Unfortunately, Star Fox Zero doesn’t control like a proper game, intent on shoveling a bunch of Wii U tech demo features down our throat as if the existence of motion controls has been enough to sell a game since 2008.

The GamePad is mandatory and you’ll need to constantly look at both the television and handheld screens in order to play with any degree of efficiency. The television displays Fox McCloud’s vehicle and the surrounding territory, while the GamePad gives a first-person view from the cockpit. The problem here is that neither view, on its own, is sufficient to play the game effectively.

The TV view is always seen from a skewed perspective that keeps the targeting reticule at an angle – an angle that will see the player frequently miss if they try to trust it with anything. In order to hit the game’s slow and unthreatening enemies, you’ll need to use the GamePad’s first-person view. Unfortunately, that cramped and restricted viewpoint leaves you unable to employ any spatial awareness, as you’ve no way of knowing what’s even directly around you.

So it is that Star Fox Zero expects its players to constantly look up and down, nodding along like crack-addled Jibber Jabbers, in order to play a game most developers can present decently with just one screen.

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It’s a sly and rather pitiful attempt to make the GamePad feel more important than it ought to be, forcing players to utilize two screens when one would not only have sufficed, but would have served the user better. This is the real kicker with Star Fox Zero – its arrogant placement of faux-innovation above and beyond the comfort and usability of the audience.

Evasive maneuvers are unintuitive, with players needing to double tap the right analog stick and hold the left in order to do a barrel roll, while tilting the sticks up and down in opposite directions to somersault. Accelerating and braking are also performed with the right stick, which makes no sense whatsoever.

At least you actually fire with one of the trigger buttons. The fact I’m grateful this game does one thing normally is sad.

The gyroscope is, expectedly, used for aiming, which wouldn’t be a problem if one wasn’t constantly waggling the sticks around to steer and evade oncoming fire. In a game like Splatoon, the gameplay and interface were simple enough that motion-controlled aiming worked quite well. Here, it just contributes to the hot mess that is Zero‘s cluttered, unhelpful layout.

It also needs constant recalibration, because this game wants you to go fuck yourself.

With determination and time, you can force yourself to “get used” to the controls, but the very fact you have to when there are far superior, better established, and more user-friendly control schemes in the world is just baffling. Star Fox already had its gameplay down pat, and these unnecessary alterations make the experience notably lesser.

And it’s not innovative. Not really, no matter what Nintendo’s marketing department claims. I could rub paint on my dick and smear it all over the Mona Lisa, but that would be vandalism, not innovation. Taking something that works and ruining it on purpose isn’t clever, it’s the grubby domain of charlatans.

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When you get right down to it, Star Fox Zero really is just another Star Fox game at heart. They stuck a screwdriver in its interface and waggled it around until everything was broken, but it’s a regular Star Fox game nonetheless. One that’s been turned into a load of shit because of some weird obsession with dressing mutton as lamb.

Even after you force yourself to get used to the controls, it’s still awkward and clumsy to play, and I don’t think anybody in their right mind would take this over any other Star Fox experience. I mean, I know some people have claimed Zero is the superior choice, but I’m talking about people in their right mind.

I haven’t even talked about the alternative vehicles, which is where things go from bad to GOP. At various times, the ship can be transformed into a chicken-like mech that runs around on the floor with fidgety manual movement controls that see the bloody thing careering off all over the place. There’s also a tank that just seems to do its own thing and fights the player over which direction to go.

The only vehicle that seems to be able to handle itself is the helicopter which actually does okay with Zero‘s monstrous controls. Sadly, the helicopter stages are also incredibly boring and sluggish, so even when the game is more usable, it refuses to be more fun.

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Star Fox Zero is just plain rotten. An otherwise run-of-the-mill space shooter that couldn’t be content with its own mediocrity and subsequently mutilated itself in a desperate attempt to stand out. It’s certainly stood out alright – by being somehow even more obnoxious than Kid Icarus Uprising.

And don’t kid yourself – Kid Icarus Uprising was total shite.

At least Star Fox Zero looks nice. Not the most gorgeous game around, but by Wii U standards it’s a pretty little sewer explosion.

2/10
Bad

Robert Read
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Robert Read

the final boss of this game made me wish my mom got the abortion.

Mika Rose
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Mika Rose

That bad?? Who was the final boss?

Robert Read
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Robert Read

it was andross but you gotta fight him in chicken mode.

Mika Rose
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Mika Rose

Seriously? Not even in the arwing?

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

I knew it was shit Nintendo can’t do anything right since SNES

Carter
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Carter

They seem to do every Zelda and main Mario game really, really well.

diamond
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diamond

Skyward Sword had awful controls as well(also Naavi 2.0 was just damn obnoxious).

Carter
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Carter

Great game despite that though.

diamond
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diamond

I thought it was pretty shit myself, I agree with Yahtzee’s review of it 100%:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VM8YvAnR3m0

froyton
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froyton

I know that’s the most common complaint for Skyward Sword but I honestly don’t understand why. I thought they worked great. No awkwardness at all for me.

Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog
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Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog

That’s because Zelda and Mario are like the Batman of the gaming world.

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

IMO Zelda and Mario are shit

dennett316
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dennett316

The characters or the games? If it’s the games, you mean every single Mario game? Even all the ones that play differently from each other? All universally shit? Could you name some non-shit platform games please? Just trying to get a handle on your standards for this kind of thing.

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

I liked Mario world and link to the past like everyone but since then nothing really matched those classic

Carter
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Carter

I think Ocarina of Time, Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, Mario Sunshine & both Galaxy games are absolutely fantastic.

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

Yeah but its all very similar I would get bored playing that genre but I also fking love dark souls but that’s imo because its still newish 2009 (demon souls)

Carter
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Carter

Oh yeah the Souls games are so good that they make you question the gameplay of some of your favourite games.

Not all games can be like Dark Souls though, unfortunately hahah.

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

It felt so fresh imo a bit like Zelda (exception the puzzle are not shoot the eye on the wall but the enemies and area itself )its so much better imo

Carter
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Carter

A Zelda game with Souls combat would make me so happy.

dennett316
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dennett316

I wouldn’t say that necessarily means “shit” though. Like, Streets of Rage 3 wasn’t as good as the perfection that was 2, but that doesn’t make it shit. Eh, different strokes I suppose. My favourite game in the series is Super Mario Bros. 2, and the Galaxy games are extremely fun too.

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

I also like to point out that I play everything so understand that Nintendo got old 10 years ago

diamond
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diamond

Super Mario Maker was pretty shit, is that seriously the best Nintendo can do now? A fucking 60 dollar level editor which does what most people can already do for free with ROM hacks?

Carter
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Carter

ROM hacks aren’t as easy to create or as accessible as Mario Maker though.

diamond
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diamond

Still feels like Nintendo is really running out of ideas for Mario. Yahtzee summed the game up perfectly:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5TjeU4xKqE

Carter
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Carter

Can’t blame them really, it’s an old IP.

If it were up to me I’d have a spiritual successor to Mario 64, or Galaxy 3.

BAH!
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BAH!

Why not Super Mario Sunshine 2? But instead:

Super Wario Sunshine

George
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George

Super Mario 3D world to me feels like spiritual successor to Mario 64. I actually liked 3D world a lot better.

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

Yeah the sad part was it was the best game of 2015 on wiiU

Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog
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Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog

I’ve taken dog shits with a less complicated control scheme than this.

Kiavikone
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Kiavikone

Jim, have you tried applying to Polygon?
This kind of low-tier clickbait would fit right at home on that site 😉

Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog
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Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog

Clickbait implies that he gains revenue from you commenting on these articles. Which he doesn’t.
Do you see your fail in logic?
Never mind the fact that if it was in fact clickbait. You already failed by clicking on it.

Kiavikone
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Kiavikone

Yeah, I won’t fail to click on the unsubscribe button on youtube though!

Jim Sterling
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Seeya!

Kiavikone
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Kiavikone
In all seriousness it’s been fun Jim, and I’m sad to have to let you go. You said so many right things and done so much good over the years. But then you go and post stuff like this and I just ask myself… why? There’s so many factually incorrect things in this review it’s hard to even point at something you got right. I can’t believe you were honest while you wrote that stuff. Just a couple examples: “you’ll need to constantly look at both the television and handheld screens in order to play with any degree of efficiency”… Read more »
diamond
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diamond

They are not “factually incorrect”, quit sucking Nintendo’s cock. Tons of reviewers are saying the exact same thing Jim is, so like it or not, the controls are a real problem for lots of people. You’re such a dumbass

BAH!
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BAH!

If Jim says the player “needs” or is “required” to do something, and it turns out the player does not “need” or is not “required” as Kiavikone pointed out, then Jim is factually incorrect. Though, as it’s been said, that oversight may very well be the fault of the tutorial.

If anyone’s sucking a dick here, it’s you.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

exactly. the game’s true fault lies in the garbage tutorial.

Even Luck
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Even Luck

This diamond guy needs to stop with this crap. Not every dissenter here deserves to be treated with hostility. As much as I like messing with trolls, there are some people here trying to have a decent, albeit somewhat passive aggressive, discussion about this review.

diamond
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diamond

Trolling is just another word for cyberbullying as far as i’m concerned, you’re an idiot.

Even Luck
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Even Luck

Fine then, but you can only go so far with this.

diamond
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diamond

Wrong dumbfuck

BAH!
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BAH!

In what way? If something is stated as fact, and that statement is provably wrong, then it is “factually incorrect”. But maybe you’ve got something else in mind?

You’ve done nothing but obnoxiously attack dissenting opinions, and your “rebuttals” (if such they can be called) are nothing more than “but other people feel differently”. Yes, image that. People feel differently, and are willing to challenge differing opinions. Some are less civil than others, but that’s always the case.

But you? You’re not “challenging” anyone or anything. You’re aggressively defending Jim’s opinion while trying to shut people down because… why?

diamond
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diamond

Because i’m tired of Nintendo fanboys trying to blindly defend every single thing the company does wrong and never daring to criticize them when they deserve it.

Also i’m mainly attacking people claiming that Jim is “clickbaiting” with his review(obviously those people forget that he doesn’t run ads on here).

Zaruian
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Zaruian

new super mario bros has been shit since hte second installment. pikmin 3’s controls were shit. mario galaxy 2 was shit. other M was shit. the WiiU itself, as a console concept, was a colossal mistake, surpassed only by the wii. nintendo hardware in general is shit. and that’s just off the top of my hat.
defending something with mixed reception doesn’t mean we are fanboys.

diamond
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diamond

There’s plenty of other fanboys on here though.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

the only fanboy i’ve seen so far in the thread is you, jim fanboy.

diamond
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diamond

You are so delusional it’s hilarious dumbshit

BAH!
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BAH!

You really think Mario Galaxy 2 was shit? I mean, it was essentially MG1 with a few additions (and no reference to anything that happened in MG1, for some reason?), but if the first was amazing (and it was), how is the second that much worse?

diamond
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diamond

It just felt like a carbon copy of the first game(and was in fact supposed to be DLC for the first game) which people didn’t like very much.

Zaruian
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Zaruian
MG2 would have worked as DLC a la super luigi bros, though i still would have been kinda dissapointed by the not-so-good power-ups and the TERRIBLE controls at the 2D sections. but as it’s own thing, add to those flaws, the plot had terrible delivery(the cutscenes in MG1 were pretty darn good), the “world map” feels like na insult to the sense of conquest that we got from slowly dominating the observatory, specially after getting the red star, and in MG1, the galaxies still had some feeling of continuity a la sunshine for their third stars, while they were just… Read more »
diamond
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diamond

MG2 was supposed to be DLC, but Nintendo got greedy and released it as a full priced title.

BAH!
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BAH!

I DO recall some of the challenge comets as being “a bitch”.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

100(missable) purple coins in a rolling ball level? on top of htat, named “rainbow road”? That totally felt like being trolled.

BAH!
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BAH!
So then you just fly off the handle at anyone who disagrees with Jim’s appraisal of the controls? You think that’s a valid approach? I haven’t even played the game and I can tell you the motion controls are not optimal. I can’t think of a single game I’ve played where they were. But I’ve also come across a lot of people who had a harder (or easier) time with some games than I did. And you know what? It’s fine. I feel no need to “call them out” or accuse them of being apologists/haters just because their experience was… Read more »
diamond
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diamond

No, I go after people that disingenuously call Jim a troll just because he hated a game they liked. You’ll notice I haven’t attacked the people who respectfully disagreed with Jim. But the Nintendo fanboys just love to call anyone who dares to not like the controls “entitled” LOL

BAH!
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BAH!

Except that’s not what you’re doing anymore. Now you’re just hounding a handful of people no matter what they. And you’re not even attempting to refute them, you’re just being an asshole.

diamond
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diamond

No i’m not fool, you’re the asshole

BAH!
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BAH!

The irony is palpable.

diamond
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diamond

dumbass

Even Luck
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Even Luck

First impressions are the most lasting, they say, and somehow I doubt he would have liked it anymore with these aspects in mind.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

THANK YOU. This is probably how i should have worded it myself, but apparently i can’t type today.

VoidOfOne
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VoidOfOne

‘Bye, Felicia.

Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog
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Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog

Bye Felicia!

Dany Rivest Gaudreault
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Dany Rivest Gaudreault

Why would he care idiot he get thousand new sub everyday and also more importantly I would bottom that dude all night

diamond
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diamond

idiot

FranzBrötchen
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FranzBrötchen

Pretty sure he knows that. Classic example of YOU failing to see the intended hyperbole

Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog
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Vinnie Vincent's Dead Dog

Yeah i’m sorry. I’m a dead dog living with a rockstar who has way too many cocaine rages for me to understand your human logic.

Robby
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Robby
diamond
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diamond

Dumbass

Kevin Wilson
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Kevin Wilson

Wow

froyton
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froyton

Clickbait implies he runs ads on this site, which he doesn’t.

People have differing opinions, bro.

Aria DiMezzo
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Imo, the moment a player has to stop and think about the controls is the moment the control scheme has unequivocally failed.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

or the moment a tutorial has failed.
The controls work just fine. The tutorial is shit, tho.

FranzBrötchen
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FranzBrötchen

Idiotically simplistic. So any RTS game for example fails the moment you don’t know the shortcuts etc?

VoidOfOne
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VoidOfOne

Shortcuts are not needed to play the game, so your analogy doesn’t work.

This is more like an RTS not telling you how to make units, or gather resources in the tutorial.

Aria DiMezzo
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Idiotically incapable of understanding English.

“…the moment a player has to stop and think about the controls…”

“…has to…”

HAS to.

Shortcuts are optional, genius, and therefore never required to play the game, and the player therefore never HAS to do it.

able_to_think
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able_to_think

I hate the controls too to the point where I’m losing my shit at it screaming at the TV. Yet for some reason I still keep playing. I’ve decided I have to unlock all the stages because I hate myself apparently. Then I’m going to play through the rest of the series in chronological order. So at least I’ve got Star Fox Adventures waiting for me. I love that game.

ThunderRazor
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I disagree with most things in this article, but that doesn’t mean I think they are wrong. I just don’t feel the same way at all. Star Fox Zero has been fine to control. It clicked initially and after training was even fluid. There are dumb parts to SFZ, but all in all it gives me the challenge that 64 never did, and I’m really enjoying it. I have to actually be good at the game to proceed. I get the innovation debate but I don’t care as long as I have fun playing the game, which I have massive… Read more »
Robby
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Robby

You did it! I was worried for a moment.

Bob Knee
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Bob Knee

I knew you didn’t like it from the video yesterday, but I didn’t think you’d hate it THIS much…

Polonium Fist
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Polonium Fist

The moment they showed the gamepad demo for cockpit and the main screen as third person I thought “this has SO MUCH POTENTIAL to get fucked up and be awful”

I AM A TENT
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I AM A TENT

oh boy oh boy oh boy

Zaruian
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Zaruian
Woah, the salt is strong in this one. You sound like every other reviewer that put a couple hours into the game and decided it was shit. Specially with how you describe “having to” play in a way that is completely wrong and sounds like a nightmare. The only real mistake with this game is giving shit of a tutorial. You don’t “have to force yourself into the controls”, you just have to “figure them out”. Wich of course is still a bad thing, but here’s the difference… once you do figure them out, it becomes good. Yes, GOOD. Once… Read more »
Jim Sterling
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Hahaha.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

“you need to look at both screens constantly to play with any degree of efficiency”
Now this is the thing most people misunderstand, and i can see why as that’s the intuitive way to see it, but it’s wrong. seriously. the cockpit view has the same purpose as a scope. Most of the time you’re staring at a single screen.
I admit having also thought of the game as shit during my first playthrough before i figured this out. but once i did, and tried playing properly, suddenly the controls seem good to me, and they play good.

Matrim
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Matrim

“the cockpit view has the same purpose as a scope.”

In which case it should be able to be displayed, at will, on the primary screen (kinda like it was in SF and SF64), not force you to divide your attention.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

It can. The off-tv button swaps the position of both screens, so if you prefer, you can keep your eyes on one screen alone. Though from my experience, it feels more natural to switch wich one you look at.

Mom's Basement Dweller
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Mom's Basement Dweller

^ Proof that Jim’s in it for the lols.

Even Luck
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Even Luck

I-…
Yeah, not feeling it today, you other guys can handle it.

diamond
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diamond

God you’re so fucking stupid it hurts. Your post is the only thing that’s “utter trash” here moron.

VoidOfOne
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VoidOfOne

Cool story, bro.

Panic_Center
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Panic_Center

Having not played this game myself yet, I’ll withhold any gameplay-related judgements for later.

From a visual standpoint though, I will never understand why Nintendo thought that returning the visual style to its N64 days was a good idea. The damned thing looks worse than Star Fox Assault (2005) for the GC.

This game LOOKS like absolute shite.

If you want to go back to the roots in terms of gameplay, sure. Go for it. Absolutely.
Why are we moving backwards leaps and bounds visually, though?

diamond
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diamond

I think the game looks good, but Assault was definitely a better game.

Stephen Mc Devitt
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Stephen Mc Devitt

It’s Metroid: Other M all over again. At least there’s still the new Zelda. Nintendo has been constantly churning new Zelda games that are fundementally the same, even the ones with motion controls like Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword, but they work and they get refined with each new installment. I really don’t want the new Zelda to suck like Star Fox Zero here.

diamond
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diamond

Other M was pretty good in terms of gameplay, not so much in the story department though.

Stephen Mc Devitt
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Stephen Mc Devitt

But the game was still a long-lasting damage to the Metroid name brand, which led Nintendo to be super-awkward and silent on the series, which goes double for Star Fox after Zero.

diamond
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diamond

True, and now we’re getting Federation Force, which looks even worse then SFZ, I look forward to Jim tearing that game a new asshole.

Zaruian
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Zaruian

honestly, fed force doesn’t look any worse than triforce heroes, it’s only apparent shortcoming is not being released in-between core series titles… and your beloved jim liked triforce heroes.

diamond
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diamond

Dosen’t mean he’ll like Fed Force, Tri-Force didn’t look too far removed from previous Zelda titles, Fed Force barely even resembles Metroid, which is why it’s trailer has got such a massive amount of dislikes.

Stephen Mc Devitt
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Stephen Mc Devitt

He’s not our attack-dog. He didn’t care that the recent Overlord game was a co-op Diablo-clone as oppose to the previous installments, he hated the game because it was a shit co-op Diablo clone, same with western-made DW-style games like Spartan: Total Warrior and Warriors: Legend of Troy, not because they’re different but because they’re badly-made shit.

Even Luck
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Even Luck

Oh dear, I see the comments. It’s not gonna be pretty.
It’s not gonna be pretty.
It’s not
gonna
be
pre-
tty.
Anyway, it’s unfortunate you didn’t have a good experience unlike others.

Burgerpants
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Burgerpants

I’d like to think the opening line contains a reference to “Garbageboy Stinkman Belongs in the Toilet” from Monster Factory.

Stephen Mc Devitt
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Stephen Mc Devitt

I like these opening lines. The Devil You Know Better, MEDIOCRE!, The Devil You Blow, Slippy Turd. What kind of lines could the likes of Final Fantasy XV get?

The Creature Keeper
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That’s a shame. The Arwing transforming into a walker is a feature from the finished-yet-canceled Star Fox 2 on the SNES, so I had been hoping that we’d end up with a similarly beautiful game here.

CutCrane
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CutCrane

Well my online store cancelled my order on release so I guess they did me a favour.
Jim is there any chance you would visit cologne for Gamescom or is it not worth the trouble and anxiety? Would be great to have an opportunity to meet or see you in person.

diamond
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diamond

Jim usually does not travel overseas.

Jonny
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Jonny

I’m glad its rubbish. Maybe they will finally realize their gimmicks ruin games.

Landusk79
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Landusk79

Whelp, Figure this was gonna do badly under his judgment all you do is flight in straight line never offer any thing new, also I take it same levels form 64.

so yeah I see why it a 2 also slipy.

FranzBrötchen
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FranzBrötchen

FINALLY, I know how it feels to disagree with JimFuckingSterlingSon.

A great man once said that one shouldn’t be discouraged to have joy in playing Dark Souls III by people who say you’re doing it wrong.

I’ll apply this to my joy of Star Fox Zero.

FUCK.OFF.JIM.YOU’RE.JUST.BAD.AT.LEARNING.GAME.MECHANICS.

Landusk79
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Landusk79

Coming soon, this comment be on his next hate list.

Jim Sterling
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Glad you’re enjoying it.

Polonium Fist
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Polonium Fist

lol k

Stephen Mc Devitt
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Stephen Mc Devitt

It’s a feeling we all have, even if we do like Jim. I mean like Final Fantasy XIII but I’m angry at the overall consensus and how history will see it, not some individual’s opinion.

diamond
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diamond

you’re a dumbfuck you know that?

FranzBrötchen
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FranzBrötchen

Oh thanks for the heads-up, will make sure to notify my surroundings

WildFire15
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WildFire15

It’s a shame as there’s genuine simple fun hidden behind the annoying controls.

Oscar
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Oscar

Fucking hell I wasn’t expecting that, hahaha!

Barnaby Jones
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Barnaby Jones

I haven’t regretted paying full price for a Wii U game this much and I bought Devil’s Third. I played about 4 hours and rage quit hard.

diamond
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diamond

Devil’s Third was better then this.

Ernie Reyes
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Ernie Reyes

LOL, Dude get a life.

Barnaby Jones
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Barnaby Jones

lmao man you truly are pathetic. Have fun wasting your time stalking me because you clearly have nothing better to do.

You’re giving me a solid laugh though, please keep going. I’ve got a ton of comments so you’re bound to find a bunch of stupid shit I’ve said.

Barnaby Jones
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Barnaby Jones

Also the irony of this comment is priceless. Spending your time to track down something I said so that you can tell me to get a life made my day to be honest.

Stephen
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Stephen

Woah woah woah, why the Kid Icarus Uprising hate? That game was great.

Jumwa
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My only complaint with Kid Icarus Uprising was how I wish it had stuck to the shooter parts, less of the ground stuff.

dennett316
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dennett316

I’d imagine it’s because he didn’t like it.

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