Retro Studios is best known for the superb Metroid Prime Trilogy for GameCube and Wii. For according to rumors sent to both Eurogamer and other outlets, the game is going to be a racing title.
According to a Eurogamer report, Retro Studios is now developing a Star Fox spinoff that will have players race instead of fight in space.
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D'Antoni believes the 6-foot-10 Capela's ability to switch on guards as well as defend in the paint will be a key in this series. A ticket to the 2017 conference final in Oakland was $688 on the secondary market, down from the previous high of $792 in 2016.
In the meantime, let us know what you think of a racing game in the Star Fox universe and whether you would rather have a traditional F-Zero title in the comments section below.
The Reddit user who leaked this information also believes the game will feature a hub world, boss fights, and an adventure mode. Something like Diddy Kong Racing mixed with F-Zero essentially.
For the individuals who remember Star Fox Zero, the news of a possible leak of a new Star Fox game, especially one called Star Fox Grand Prix, may lead to a particular kind of anxiety out of fear of disappointment. An F-Zero game from Retro is something I can get behind.
The idea of a radical shift of the Star Fox series isn't so bad - the franchise has received its share of experimental titles over the years, and vehicles have already been a staple by the series' own design. And if that's the case, Nintendo is nearly certain to pulled the curtain back on the project at E3 next month.