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Nintendo has said that a new loyalty program will be set up, but did not go into detail.
EDIT: For clarification, this means Club Nintendo is ending. Coins/Stars will not transfer to the new system, so spend them. I can't speak for NCL or NOE, but NOA will be adding more items next month to encourage people to spend all of their coins.
In it, Miyamoto and Aonuma were showing off actual gameplay of the game (Which is looking to be amazing, BTW, the world is HUGE).
As they're playing, Miyamoto asks Aonuma if the game is REALLY coming out next year, given its complexity. Aonuma confirms this, and then goes on to ask Miyamoto about Star Fox.
Miyamoto confirms that Star Fox is progressing well, and will release BEFORE Zelda, which is obviously Nintendo's big Holiday 2015 title. He also goes on to say it will be coming AFTER Majora's Mask 3D.
As of yet, we don't really have a time frame for Majora's Mask, though given how long they've been teasing it, it is probably coming early 2015, summer at the latest.
This means that we will probably be seeing Star Fox in Summer 2015. Of course, that's speculation, but hey, we have a release window, if not a completely vague one.
Of interesting note, it appears that these conversations can be triggered without Fox or Falco on stage.
I definitely recognize Mike West as Fox in the Wii U footage, which I did not really recognize in the 3DS version. ROB 64 seems to have the same voice actor from SFAs. I think Slippy's actor is female.
Interestingly, Krystal seems absent.
Topic: Star Fox Wii U and the future of Star Fox.
And because it never goes as planned, here's a blooper reel:
In Garage, "they gather together and think about new projects completely apart from their everyday business assignments."
Sounds a bit like how Valve operates.
NOA also tweeted an image showing dates for upcoming releases. Star Fox is still pegged for 2015. Interesting, Project Guard is listed as a separate title, throwing some water on the idea that the game was actually part of Star Fox.
It costs 250 coins.
It started when they asked who Miyamoto would play as in Smash. He said "Star Fox" (C'mon, Shiggy, you should know the character names in your own creations!) because it would be harder than playing as Kirby.
It was the next question, though, that suggest more was coming for Star Fox:
Wait, did he say "The Year of Star Fox?" I fully admit that the statement may not actually mean anything, but for the Love of Lylat let this be true!
You can read the full interview here: http://popwatch.ew.com/2014/06/11/shigeru-miyamoto-star-fox-wii-u/
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