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Every Tuesday, Mike Sylvester brings you REVOLUTIONARY, a look at the wide world of Wii possibilities. Traditionally, consoles have had to carry over hardware from previous generations in order to offer backward compatibility. This can be thought of as a burden, as the costs of including that har...

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Today is a double update over at the dojo, revealing the assist trophy of Andross (the boss from StarFox) and Meta Knight's special moves. Andross' inclusion in the game (which is quite awesome, we might add) has him taking up the role of assist trophy, as once he is summoned, he quickly retreats ...

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We love region-free consoles! Not only does it allow us to play games that never get released in the US, but it also gives us freedom to choose the cheapest version of worldwide-release games. Renchi.com has marked down a load of DS games, and there's plenty of stuff for US gamers to enjoy. First,...

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Hey, rumors are fun! We see two possibilities regarding this list of Wii games that "will be coming out" according to WiiYou.com. First: they scooped the entire world and got an exclusive look at a list of unannounced Wii games that nobody has heard anything at all about. Second, they didn't. We're...

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No word if this is a real issue or a NeoGAF freakout, but if the perfect beauty of one of your Virtual Console games is in danger, it's our solemn duty to report on it. What is known is that Nintendo has issued an updated version of StarFox 64. What isn't known is what it does. NeoGAFfer Nuclear Muf...

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This week, Nintendo's putting a little Star Fox action on the Virtual Console, but we're not calling it that. No, no, thanks to silly trademarks, it's Lylat Wars. Whatever name you use, it's still one of the greats among shooters on Nintendo systems, and it's a nice cap to all the other shooters the...

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After last week's serious focus on kingdoms waging war, it comes as a relief to see Nintendo's Virtual Console service returning to its former status, namely that of an anarchic menagerie of anthropomorphic troublemakers. This week, we have foxes recklessly piloting spaceships, dragon's uttering ...

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Sure, we knew it would arrive eventually, but now with its addition to the ESRB website, we can realistically expect the game to arrive soon. How soon? Well, maybe this Monday soon (we hope). The big problem is, however, how well it will still play sans rumble. Of course, such an omission isn't...

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The Game Developers Conference has been trying to get Koji Kondo to come speak about game audio for ten years, according to an introduction by Tommy Tallarico. The wait seemed well worth it, as the famed Nintendo composer's first public appearance in the United States drew a standing ovation from t...

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If one plans to append adjectives to Nintendo's music composer, Koji Kondo, the word "legendary" makes for an obvious start. The Legend of Zelda, along with Star Fox and Mario, are just some of the properties Kondo has contributed to since joining Nintendo in 1984. Attendees of this year's Video Gam...

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Can you guess what title we're excited about this week? It shouldn't be too hard, since we have made it more than a little obvious that we're gung ho for Hotel Dusk, which is also making its Japanese debut this week. DS releases: Hotel Dusk: Room 215 Inuyasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel For r...

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How dare Scott Ramsoomair take perfectly innocent lines from the Star Fox franchise and turn it into the subtitles for his dirty, dirty fantasies? And shame on you, dear reader, for picking it as best game-related webcomic for the week. Shame, shame, shame ... Second place went to NekoYasha's Moron ...

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Play-Nintendo has a "reliable list" (yeah, we know how those are) of games that are rumored to be on the Virtual Console. But it looks reasonable, and in fact, some of the titles are already confirmed by various sources. Their list is packed with classic titles, and some of them (oh, Castlevania, ...

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Patent news website Patent Arcade has unearthed a hillariously detailed patent that seems to describe some of the more middling features of the Star Fox series. Issued in 2001, the 23,000+ word document details important game features such as "a score-giving condition is detected according to a rel...

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One of the highest-profile Wi-Fi titles of the year has finally released and the critics were quick to offer up their opinions. Generally, the game has seen a fair amount of praise, however critics have mentioned that the title's multiplayer is not exactly on par with the game's single-player experi...

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One of the first times that we encountered haptics, or the study of force feedback, was while playing StarFox 64 back in 1997 (was it really that long ago?), with its Rumble Pak -- that little motor that shook the whole controller every time you sustained a laser hit. Today, haptics has gone from t...

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Siliconera is all about some Star Fox Command now that they've gotten their hands on screens of the various endings. The images don't seem too obvious with the spoilers, but check at your own risk -- you've been warned. The game is scheduled to hit the U.S. soon, so if you're the type who wants to s...

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Ever since Starfox Command was released in Japan, the rest of us would like to know what's going on with it. How is Wi-Fi? What about gameplay? Has Starfox redeemed itself from its horrible predecessors on Gamecube? What about graphics and control? Music? Tell us! Luckily, Game Trailers has a ver...

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Adblock Mad video review master 'JoshuaZimmerman' brings us this lengthy look at Starfox Command, but we get the distinct feeling he may not really care. He spends most of the nine minutes going over gameplay and options in mission and wi-fi modes, blah blah blah, lets us know how he feels ab...

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