I hate summer. Man's natural state, as far as I'm concerned, is not one spent constantly sticking to oneself, one's clothing, one's loved ones, passing vehicles, or anything else.
The Q-Games boss on infiltrating Nintendo EAD, jumping ship to Sony and going solo with PixelJunk.
Behind the scenes, Nintendo legend Shigeru Miyamoto is "like a slightly more friendly Steve Jobs but just as cutting".
What does Star Fox look like in 1080p HD? Until Nintendo releases a Star Fox Wii U, we have to rely on YouTube user rickonami, who has remade the original SNES Star Fox's opening in high def, to find out.
In hindsight, I should have listened to my mum. You see, mum loves Nintendo handhelds, and has owned every single major new model since the original Game Boy.
Hidden paths uncovered while you play.
Next time you feel good about the sum achievements of your life to date, you'd do well to peruse the resumé of Q-Games founder Dylan Cuthbert for a quick reality check.
Star Fox 64 3D lacks online multiplayer due to the "vast" costs required to allow gamers to play online, Nintendo has said.
Zombie survival title Dead Island has devoured last week's number one Deus Ex: Human Revolution to claim the UK chart's top spot.
Your wallet is no longer safe. The games releases arrive thick and fast this week, with two platform exclusives, two hotly anticipated multiplatform releases and a unique Japanese thing - all fighting for your money.
In the absence of genuinely new games, this one was always going to work pretty well. Not only is 3D uniquely suited to rendering Lylat War's angular Arwings and chunky extra-terrestrial battlefields, but Star Fox 64 3D - it sounds, just for a minute, as if he's been shipped off to prison and assigned a number - as been helped onto Nintendo's handheld by Q-Games, the outfit that created the wonderful and quietly unappreciated Star Fox Command.
Remember that one? It took the farmyard sci-fi dogfighting template and rubbed some funk on it in the form of a light coating of turn-based strategy. It's almost sad to see the developer retreating to a remake for the follow-up. Thankfully, the team has handed in another lovely piece of work.
Sharing development duties with Nintendo, Q-Games hasn't just cleared up the audio and messed around with the Z-buffer to make Fox's classic N64 adventure output in 3D. The developer's gone much further, adding new backdrops, loads of fresh environmental detailing and textures, and - as far as I can tell - comprehensively reworking all the lighting and models.
The shooter's vehicles in action.
Nintendo's sci-fi shooter Star Fox was partly inspired by British puppet TV series Thunderbirds.
The 3DS is back on top of Japan's hardware chart, with sales of the handheld more than doubling over last week.
As detailed on NeoGAF, Nintendo's portable sold 46,637 units, up from 22,943 to take the number one spot. The PSP dropped to second with 26,565 sales, a negligible increase from 26,407 last week.
The 3DS's increase can largely be attributed to the release of a new colour – Fire Red, though the launch of Star Fox 64 3D will no doubt have helped out too.
Japanese trailer fully details features.
Arwing and a prayer.
The 3DS remake of Nintendo's classic Star Fox 64 barrel rolls into UK stores on 9th September.
That's two days before US gamers get it, but a couple of months after its 17th July Japan date.
The new version of the fondly-remembered 1997 N64 rail shooter adds optional tilt controls, a multiplayer opponent cam and, of course, revamped 3D visuals.
See opponents in real-time via cam.
Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime has just revealed new gameplay footage of upcoming aerial combat remake Star Fox 64 3D.
Swaying while playing not your cup of tea? Aerial shooter re-make Star Fox 64 3D has an "N64 Mode". Hate buttons? A "3DS Mode" is present and correct, too.
Star Fox 64 re-make Star Fox 3DS offers tilt controls for the game's Arwing spaceship.
Mario Kart 3DS goes on sale before the end of the year, Shigeru Miyamoto has confirmed.
Nintendo's creative mastermind made the announcement at a French press event late last week, as reported by VG247.
Miyamoto didn't offer any more insight into what new features Nintendo is adding to the long-running racing franchise but did offer a few updates on a number of other 3DS titles.
Developer legend Shigeru Miyamoto has embarked upon remaking classic games The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Star Fox 64 (known as Lylat Wars in Europe and Australia) because those who played them back in the day are all grown up.
Shop GAME will give you a trade-in price of £190 on the £196.99 Nintendo 3DS if you bring it back within a month of buying it.