The creator of Mario and countless other amazing Nintendo franchises would like to take his talents to video content production. Miyamoto-san provided details about the company's plans at the 77th Annual General Meeting of Shareholders today.
Is Super Castlevania 4 a prequel, a sequel, or something else entirely? Learn the answer and 20 other secrets about the games collected in Nintendo’s Super NES Classic.
The space faring fox was a critical hit on Nintendo 64 with its 3D scrolling action and multiple game paths.
Please give Star Fox some TLC.
Going into Fox McCloud's latest adventure, gaming critics expressed severe reservations about his new game's unique control scheme. Were those fears warranted? As Star Fox Zero hits shelves today, Shacknews takes a look at some of the most notable reviews across the internet.
We're sure you'll be barrel rolling all around your home until Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins airs on April 20.
Star Fox Zero's arrival on Wii U in just a few days will mark the first new entry to the series in a full decade. Today, Shacknews is taking a look back at Fox McCloud's 23-year history.
Do a barrel roll! Or don't. It really doesn't matter with this Arwing.
Nintendo looked to be going back to the drawing board with Star Fox Zero. The game now has a new April release date, though it appears that some of its more troublesome elements will remain in place.
Nintendo is taking a step back and opting to give Star Fox Zero a little more polish, so it won't be making its projected 2015 release.
Shacknews got a first look at Star Fox Zero back at E3 2015 and... the first impression wasn't great. But surely, veteran Star Fox player Ozzie will have a better first impression from this year's GameStop Expo, right? Well...
Nintendo has revealed its lineup of games and amiibo it plans to release by the end of 2015. The list includes Star Fox Zero, Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water, Devil's Third, and a giant Yoshi amiibo.
It's great to see Star Fox return with a new console game after all these years, but the awkward GamePad functionality may be a bigger nuisance than Slippy Toad.
Nintendo started off its E3 press conference with Star Fox Zero for Wii U, showing off some familiar environments and enemies along with new vehicles like a helicopter.
Welcome to 2015! As is tradition, the Shacknews staff weighs in on the games they're most looking forward to in the new year. First up is senior editor Ozzie Mejia.
Nintendo designers Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma gave a brief gameplay walkthrough of The Legend of Zelda for Wii U during tonight's Game Awards, and dropped a sly hint about the next StarFox as well.