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Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins + Training Is Now Available On The North American Wii U eShop

Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins + Training is now available on the North American Wii U eShop. It’s free, and the size of the entire file download is 1,677MB. The North American Wii U eShop listing for the demo contained a summary of it, which we included below. It’s not easily accessible, so you will have to search “Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins” on the Wii U eShop to locate it for the time being.

“In this demo, enjoy the full Animated Short Movie – Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins, then jump into training to prepare for combat! In this white-knuckle space shooter, it’ll take more than luck to master the Arwing jet, the Gyrowing flight drone, and the Landmaster tank!”


27 thoughts on “Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins + Training Is Now Available On The North American Wii U eShop”

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  1. This game should have had a demo before or at release. The controls are not for everybody. I have pretty much mastered them and have 68 out of 70 medals. But I still hate them. So no git gud argument will work on me. Those that enjoy the controls, kudos. Me personally? Can’t stand them. There are certain levels where they aren’t such a hindrance, but others levels can be a huge pain because of them. Especially boss fights. Having to switch from screen to screen is maddening. If I wasn’t such a completionist (or I had other games to play) I wouldn’t have even bothered to go back. I highly recommend getting the demo and deciding for yourself if you want the game. Then again I’m not sure a demo would be enough to determine if the controls are your cup off tea or not.

    1. It’s probably an attempt to get more people to buy it, but with a control scheme as wonky as Zero’s, well…

      Star Fox Zero’s controls and forced attention-switching-between-screens make it frustrating.

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