A while back, multiple gamer news sites questioned Hideki Kamiya on what he would do with Star Fox. He had stated that he is a huge fan of the series and would really love to make a game. During the interview, he stated that he would make the story serious and very action packed. He even had plans to change a few mechanics like ground controls. He said he would have Fox move more like Ryu from Ninja Gaiden so that the feel of the game is realistic. Just recently, he said yet again that he wanted to still work on the game and that he would "jump at the opportunity". Personally, I hope Nintendo allows them to do so after they finish Bayonetta 2 and Wonderful 101.
To me, it seems like Nintendo is flat out ignoring us. Almost every website that has an article saying "Platinum Games", people start commenting "GIVE THEM STAR FOX" and "PLeaseee let them do it!". I'm not even over-exaggerating; people want a Star Fox and Nintendo isn't even acknowledging it. Hopefully Shigeru Miyamoto decides to give us an answer.
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