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With Star Fox Zero out later this week, the crew over at have put together this great Star Fox infographic. The infographic covers Fox McCloud‘s video game career.


The Star Fox series is a game changer, quite literally. Its development teams have pushed the limits of video games, innovating 3D spaces and polygonal graphics, even designing new hardware when current technology wasn’t enough. So as Star Fox Zeroapproaches, it’s time to do a barrel roll through the franchise history. We’ll cover the main titles, but we’ll also look at little-known releases (like Star Fox Super Weekend and Star Fox Game Watch), cancelled titles (Star Fox 2 and Star Fox Virtual Boy), their video gaming roots (Starglider and X), and even the games they’ve influenced (Pokémon Stadium 2 and Wario Ware). Let’s go!

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Star Fox Zero Video Game Information:

Star Fox Zero
Video game
Star Fox Zero is an upcoming 3D scrolling shooter video game developed by Nintendo and PlatinumGames for Wii U. After a delay from November 2015, the game will be released worldwide in April 2016. It is the 6th installment in the Star Fox series. Wikipedia
Initial release date: April 21, 2016
Genre: Shoot ’em up


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