REVIEW – Star Fox Guard

While adventuring with Fox McCloud in Star Fox Zero, you may wonder from time to time what the people left behind on Corneria get up to when they aren’t being pillaged but Andronian forces. Fox may have monkey trouble, but Grippy Toad, Slippy’s uncle, has robot trouble. Star Fox Guard, which started off as a tech demo at E3 2014 called Project Guard, follows the day to day routine of Grippy’s newest employee (yes, that’s you) in defending his prestigious mining business, Corneria Precious Metals Ltd.

Will Star Fox Guard be as precious as the metals Grippy mines, or will it be as worthless as a lump of coal? Find out in our review, after the break!

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REVIEW – Star Fox Zero

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, more specifically five years ago in the Lylat system, James McCloud, leader or the pristine Star Fox squadron, was hired by General Pepper of the Cornerian army to investigate some strange disturbances on planet Venom. After much conflict and tyranny, James never returned, only his faithful wingman, Peppy Hare, returned to pass on the dreadful news. And so began he Lylat Wars. Five years have passed, and to fulfil his father’s legacy, Fox McCloud brought Star Fox out of retirement with pilots he can trust and all the latest technology to put a stop to this war once and for all!

Will Star Fox Zero barrel roll to victory, or will it somersault into oblivion. Find out in our review, after the break!

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REVIEW: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Well, after years of waiting, numerous teasers, tons of trolling (thanks Sakurai) it’s finally here… Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has finally arrived. Let me tell you, Smash for Wii U is no joke. This game is full of content and is a lot of fun to boot. This review is obviously going to be a review for Smash on Wii U, so let’s get started after the break!

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By | 2014-12-02T08:31:13+00:00 December 2nd, 2014|Amiibo, Nintendo, Review, Smash Bros., Wii U|5 Comments