Star Fox Could Be a Huge Seller

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User Info: samuraigaiden

samuraigaiden
3 years ago#31
They should make a Star Fox MMO.

User Info: Frizzurd

Frizzurd
3 years ago#32
Some of us prefer the SNES game and dislike the furry bait it became.
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User Info: SlimeSwayze

SlimeSwayze
3 years ago#33
Not many gamers outside of loyal Nintendo fans would care that much about a new Star Fox. It would sell fairly well, but under no circumstances would it be a huge seller. It's this type of mentality that has led to Nintendo being where they are right now. They need to stop relying solely on their old franchises, and their fans need to start demanding more new games. They need more of a balance, because something like Star Fox isn't going to move consoles and sell a ton of games.
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User Info: Vidgmchtr

Vidgmchtr
3 years ago#34
Frizzurd posted...
Some of us prefer the SNES game and dislike the furry bait it became.

According to GameFAQs, having any sort of interest in the Star Fox series automatically makes you a furry.

Anyway as I've stated in previous threads, yes I'd love a new Star Fox, but if it's another purely on-rails shooter I will be very angry because I hate that idea, I like what Assault did, but Assault was too short for me to consider getting.

(Also yes, I did like Adventures.)
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