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Forums - Nintendo Discussion - Star Fox U motion controls are not required confirmed

A quote from Gameinformer magazine, issue 263, page 75

"Nintendo is planning on bringing Fox Mcloud out of retirement for a new entry on the Wii U. Fox will be able to fly his Arwing and seamlessly transform into a tank during certian sequences. Pilots can control the game either with their Gamepad's analog sticks or motion control. The game was very early in development and looked admittedly rought the last we saw of it, but we're hoping Fox gets the new, grand adventure he deserves."

What says you?

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Good news imo. I'll more than likely pick it up when I eventually get a Wii U.

It doesn't sound like they know anything we don't.

Well, this is new.


Is this reliable?

Either way, I hope it's true. If only to stop all the skeptical doomsday naysayers.
I'm playing it the way it's meant to be.

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Could just be an assumption, but i'd call it a very safe one.

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if its true Ill buy it


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What was shown in e3 was nothing more or nothing less than a tech demo.So their facts are related exclusively with that in mind.But it's a pretty easy bet it will be playable with classic controls too.What's not so safe to say is if the final product will be worth it considering the last starfox games and the relatively small time the game will spend in development.

That was pretty obvious, but it's still good news.

That's not what Miyamoto said.
In december he said two times that his hands hurt him from playing Star Fox.

Rumor or not, I seriously doubt they're going to disappoint fans of the series by removing the control scheme they're accustomed to.