Animated short on its way to mark the launch of Star Fox Zero.
Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins will be live streamed 20th April at 11pm UK time at http://live.nintendo.com. The animation has been produced by Production I.G and WIT Studio, in collaboration with Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto.
The short trailer shows the heroes from Star Fox Zero preparing for battle with Star Wolf and has strong tones of Battle of the Planets. No bad thing, in our opinion – although maybe that influence should be the other way round.
Following the broadcast there will also be a special Nintendo Treehouse: Live featuring Star Fox Zero & Star Fox Guard.
Star Fox Zero – and Star Fox Guard – are released on Wii U on 22nd April, 2016.
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