Episode 214 – Star Fox Zero


A new Star Fox game has recently been released for the Wii U; Star Fox Zero! This game is kind of like a re-imagining of Star Fox 64, with a lot of similarities to it’s inspiration, but a lot of new features as well. This includes new vehicles like the Walker and the Gyrowing/Direct i! And what about the controversial controls? Oh, you bet The Lost Levels have A LOT to say about that! We also have a lengthy news discussion about Nintendo’s lackluster plans at E3 2016 and about PartyPlanner64; an upcoming Mario Party custom board editor! There’s also some shade thrown during What Have You Been Doing, with intense results from the crew’s games! Dark Boo is the leader of Star Fox and the host this week, with co-pilots: ace pilot SuperZambezi and juicy mechanic SpiderStaryu!

***ROLL CALL***:

 SuperZambezi  DarkBoo  SpiderStaryu  Sol

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I am a joyful 19 year old dude who loves everything Nintendo, particularly Mario, Metroid, Pokemon, and Kirby. I have plenty of roles through out the MPL network, which include: Being an Admin of the MPL Forums, being a Writer here on the website, and also being part of MPL's podcast, The Lost Levels. Outside of MPL, I'm a Let's Player on YouTube.

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  • CuriousUser

    31:57 Looking out Dark Boo’s window? He’s in NY, SZ’s in Arizona, they live miles from each other.

  • CuriousUser

    Speaking of E3, I know I’ve said it before, but if it’s true that there’s only 1 demo, then there’d be No Point in Going to E3 this year. I personally have decided I won’t be going this year, hope to have better luck another time, but MPL hence their name I’m sure would go to E3 for the Mario Games. 1 thing we still don’t know for Nintendo though is their Presentation Sort for E3 this year. I’m sure Trinen and Co undertsand how outraged the fanbase with, he may even mention Nintendo’s Plans in a Direct that comes out between now and E3, and I’m sure there’d be a reasoning. Put it this way, each demo can be played by only 1 person at a time, so if there’s only 1 game to offer, then the rest of the Attendees would have nothing to do but Twiddle their Thumbs, and Stare around the LA Convention Centre with nothing to do. Not sure how long people could possibly spend time at the Convention Centre in LA for E3 anyway, when I’m in luck to go myself one of these years, I should see for myself.

  • CuriousUser

    *51:19 No offense but I wouldn’t get your hopes up for that. They said the Wii U at first would release in the First Quarter of 2012, but like the Wii and GameCube, it ended up releasing twards the end of the year in November, with it’s Final Model being shown at E3 2012, along with games and features it’ll have to offer. If it does release in March, then it would be Nintendo’s First Home Console since the one that released the year SS and I were born to not have a November Release, in addition to releasing before it’s Handheld Partner.
    *51:53 I always thought 2016 was the 30th Anniversary of Zelda, it needs a game. 2006 had Twilight Princess, and 2011 had Skyward Sword. I suppose the NX Version will be a Mirrored Version of the Wii U Version.
    *53:42 When else could the NX possibly be shown? E3 is all about Major Gaming Announcements they wouldn’t make anywhere else, like in Directs. It’s usually where the Next Gen Platforms are unveiled, though Nintendo has stopped doing Press Conferences since the Wii U Launched
    *1:00:30 Whatever Nintendo shows this year, I can assume it won’t be any games shown last year, which was only focused on games releasing by the End of 2015 and the First Half of 2016. Hence why Zelda Wii U wasn’t shown off, and why currently unknown games like Super Mario Galaxy 3 weren’t announced.

    • CuriousUser

      As for the 30th Anniversary of Zelda, perhaps they could do what they couldn’t do for the 25th Anniversary. Have a Collection of Classic Zelda Games.