Star Fox Zero / Guard: overview trailer, gameplay footage, interview, more

If you didn’t have enough Star Fox Zero and Star Fox Guard content yesterday, fear not: there’s even more to discover today, with overview videos, gameplay footage, an interview, and much more!

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First, here’s the Japanese overview trailer for Star Fox Zero. If you’re in need of a refresher about the characters, the controls, the types of vehicles, the alternate route during missions, and more, we highly recommend you watch it!

Here’s the trailer:

https://youtu.be/7H1JqHUKQiY

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

Next, here’s some gameplay footage for the game. We gathered quite a few videos, and put them in a single YouTube playlist so that this post isn’t overwhelmed by a dozen separate videos.

Here it is:

If you want to learn more about the game, you can check out this interview of Shigeru Miyamoto by Stack. It doesn’t allow us to learn anything really new, though!

Finally, here’s the “exclusive” poster to be found in the Collector’s Edition of the Star Fox Zero Prima guide:

You can pre-order it on Amazon: US / Canada / France / Italy / UK / Spain

Star Fox Guard

Here’s the Japanese overview trailer for Star Fox Guard, which shows some of the types of robots you have to face, the special cameras at your disposal (X-Ray camera, Freezing camera, Lock-on camera, and more), some bosses, and more. It looks like when you fail a mission, you can check out a replay (with a map!), so you can see what you did wrong.

Here’s the trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74CfuHA2-yI

Finally, here’s some screencaps from the official website, showing Team Star Fox being called via the Fox McCloud or Falco amiibo (which can only be done once per day), as well as My Squad (a feature that allows you to create enemy patterns, and share them with other players via the internet).

Star Fox Zero (Wii U) and Star Fox Guard (Wii U eShop) come out on April 21st in Japan, and April 22nd in Europe and North America.


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