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Some strange thought I had. Star Fox, Metroid, and F-Zero... In the same galaxy?


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Heh. That's personally what I think, since I know at LEAST SF and F-Zero occur at the same time, pretty locally.

How would I know? Simple, it's just a small theory. I look at the technology used, and all three have VERY similar technology.

'But, wait, isn't it because they all are futuristic?'

Then how come all of the technology is pretty much IDENTICAL in level? Especially F-Zero and SF. Metroid is a long shot, but... there are some pieces that seem quite easy to connect. Such as, Samus's ship is quite similar to some ships I've seen in SF... maybe designed by the same engineers?

Also, we can't ignore that Arwings and F-Zero racers are built with the same principles: G-Diffusors, sleek shapes the promote maneuverability and less wind-resistance when on a planet... and Leon, we cannot forget. He definately LOOKS Lylatian. (Plus IIRC, there's a Command ending ((Even if it isn't canon)) that alludes to Fox and Falco quitting being mercs, and become racers. And that could mean F-Zero racers, seeing as chances are, the two games take place quite nearby.)

Well, that's about all I can think of so far. XD Feel free to contribute, comment, etc., give opinion... Ya know the drill.

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Yeah. It's kinda an in-joke. Any high technology in a Nintendo series is developed by the company "Space Dynamic Co." the makers of F-Zero racers and Arwings.

It's easily possible for all of Nintendo's series to exist inside one galaxy:

Lylat is a small part of the larger galaxy mentioned in the F-Zero series.

Metroid games take place on the outer fringes of the galaxy.

Kirby games as well, though without their own, kinda hidden solar system.

Mario and crew happens on Earth, albeit in a different dimension.

Donkey Kong and crew could also be in that dimension.

Fire Emblem and Zelda games would need one planet appease, but otherwise could be anywhere in the galaxy.

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Space Dynamics Co., Ltd. (formerly Arspace Dynamics Co. Ltd.) is a name used in both Star Fox and F-Zero as the developer of the Arwing and the Little Wyvern.

James McCloud is a character in both Star Fox and F-Zero.

The connection between these two games is that both Star Fox and F-Zero were both created by Takay Imamura.

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Yeah. It's kinda an in-joke. Any high technology in a Nintendo series is developed by the company "Space Dynamic Co." the makers of F-Zero racers and Arwings.

It's easily possible for all of Nintendo's series to exist inside one galaxy:

Lylat is a small part of the larger galaxy mentioned in the F-Zero series.

Metroid games take place on the outer fringes of the galaxy.

Kirby games as well, though without their own, kinda hidden solar system.

Mario and crew happens on Earth, albeit in a different dimension.

Donkey Kong and crew could also be in that dimension.

Fire Emblem and Zelda games would need one planet appease, but otherwise could be anywhere in the galaxy.

Cool. XD Well... I can tell ya, Zelda and FE could plausibly take place on the same planet. Hyrule is just a kingdom, and we don't know what lies beyond it's borders, and each FE takes place on a different nation. It could be viable for those two games to be on the same planet, well, given this is one big planet. XD

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I think the creators of the game screwed up big time, cause in every game its like "lyat is over here" but in the next game, its not :/

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To my knowledge...

Metroid, StarFox and F-Zero are all in the same universe. F-Zero and SF share the G-diffuser and interswap characters, all three share a future where bounty hunters and mercenaries rule the reaches of space, Metroid and F-Zero refer to the "Galactic Space Federation" or "Galactic Federation" on and off, and as stated earlier, all three gain technology from Space Dynamics.

Mario, Donkey Kong, Yoshi and maybe Kirby all take place in the same universe. We'll see with time about Kirby and this one...

Zelda is its own universe.

Fire Emblem is its own universe, but Advance Wars may be a far future in the same world.

Paper Mario is its own universe. O_o No, really. Yeah, weird huh? But it makes sense given the intense plot structure these games have.

Pokemon is its own universe.

...and I have no idea concerning Kid Icarus (though we'll find out soon. xD), Ice Climbers, or any of Nintendo's sports games (Wii Sports, Excite Bike, Avalanche, Mike Tyson's Punchout, Duckhunt, etc).

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To my knowledge...

Metroid, StarFox and F-Zero are all in the same universe. F-Zero and SF share the G-diffuser and interswap characters, all three share a future where bounty hunters and mercenaries rule the reaches of space, Metroid and F-Zero refer to the "Galactic Space Federation" or "Galactic Federation" on and off, and as stated earlier, all three gain technology from Space Dynamics.

Mario, Donkey Kong, Yoshi and maybe Kirby all take place in the same universe. We'll see with time about Kirby and this one...

Zelda is its own universe.

Fire Emblem is its own universe, but Advance Wars may be a far future in the same world.

Paper Mario is its own universe. O_o No, really. Yeah, weird huh? But it makes sense given the intense plot structure these games have.

Pokemon is its own universe.

...and I have no idea concerning Kid Icarus (though we'll find out soon. xD), Ice Climbers, or any of Nintendo's sports games (Wii Sports, Excite Bike, Avalanche, Mike Tyson's Punchout, Duckhunt, etc).

Heh, this post is quite enlightening. Hmm... I can dig it~ Makes good sense.

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Heh. That's personally what I think, since I know at LEAST SF and F-Zero occur at the same time, pretty locally.

How would I know? Simple, it's just a small theory. I look at the technology used, and all three have VERY similar technology.

'But, wait, isn't it because they all are futuristic?'

Then how come all of the technology is pretty much IDENTICAL in level? Especially F-Zero and SF. Metroid is a long shot, but... there are some pieces that seem quite easy to connect. Such as, Samus's ship is quite similar to some ships I've seen in SF... maybe designed by the same engineers?

Also, we can't ignore that Arwings and F-Zero racers are built with the same principles: G-Diffusors, sleek shapes the promote maneuverability and less wind-resistance when on a planet... and Leon, we cannot forget. He definately LOOKS Lylatian. (Plus IIRC, there's a Command ending ((Even if it isn't canon)) that alludes to Fox and Falco quitting being mercs, and become racers. And that could mean F-Zero racers, seeing as chances are, the two games take place quite nearby.)

Well, that's about all I can think of so far. XD Feel free to contribute, comment, etc., give opinion... Ya know the drill.

Yeah! I was thinking a same thing! I have a good feeling about that.  :mrgreen: :fox:

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