Star Fox Zero Wii U £24.85 Delivered @ Base
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Star Fox Zero Wii U £24.85 Delivered @ Base

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Found 9th May 2016
Star Fox turns the Wii U GamePad into the view from the cockpit of Fox McCloud's Arwing fighter. While the TV shows the perspective from behind the Arwing, players can also use the gyro sensors of the GamePad to intuitively and independently target enemies. Players can instantly switch between the Arwing and Landmaster tank with the press of a button, and the game also introduces a new helicopter-type vehicle.
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Really good price, I had it at that price in my Rakuten shopping basket during the Mayday sales they had, but the website wouldn't complete the order for some reason - I'm tempted to buy at this price.
Agree its a great price, game has not even been out that long. The price of new games on the nations favourite console recently like your Zelda's and Star Fox has been very reasonable.
Cold! Its not digital
stuartjohnwhitehead

Cold! Its not digital


Cold, Repeat comment
FantasyDeals

Cold, Repeat comment



Dont give a rats. Freezing cold Mario hands applied
noahsdad

Agree its a great price, game has not even been out that long. The price … Agree its a great price, game has not even been out that long. The price of new games on the nations favourite console recently like your Zelda's and Star Fox has been very reasonable.



Lol 'nations favourite console' love the Wii U!
stuartjohnwhitehead

Dont give a rats. Freezing cold Mario hands applied



stuartjohnwhitehead

Cold! Its not digital



This is getting a bit nonsensical to see this comment on every physical game deal. Digital games can be very convenient yes. But your paying for it, there are less reductions available on digital games. Not everyone like yourself has money to burn either. Some need to factor in the resale value of having something more tangible, when making a purchase decision. Resale value effectively brings a purchase price down.

And when it comes to birthday presents physical is usually the best option. And lots of kids have Wii U's in their bedrooms that are not connected to the internet, so digital is not always convenient!

Personally I like a digital copy, primarily not for the reasons above, but just because I like looking at my case covers, and seeing them on a shelf - sad I know.

Can you not see all of this?
If you are buying Nintendo games it is well worth having physical copies. They hold their value better than most other games so if you ever want to sell it in the future you will be very likely to get something worth having back.
This game will drop to £15 at least. Trust me, the game isn't very good so it'll go the way of other recent mediocre Nintendo games. It's already dropped in price and it's only been out a few weeks.
This is a reasonable game at a good price, but it's essentially a rehash of Star Fox 64 and the controls can be very frustrating at times. I'd advise you to hold onto your money for another Wii U game, but there aren't too many on the horizon and it looks like Nintendo will be holding back some in-development projects for the NX.

I imagine that we will see a lot of HD remakes up to Christmas.
I prefer physical copies as can trade in if it is naff
link2metroid

This game will drop to £15 at least. Trust me, the game isn't very good … This game will drop to £15 at least. Trust me, the game isn't very good so it'll go the way of other recent mediocre Nintendo games. It's already dropped in price and it's only been out a few weeks.



I reckon you're right. My mate's not a sweary man and after playing this this tirade on whatsapp almost melted my phone. And we love Starfox in a way that's not right.
Duelling Duck

I reckon you're right. My mate's not a sweary man and after playing this … I reckon you're right. My mate's not a sweary man and after playing this this tirade on whatsapp almost melted my phone. And we love Starfox in a way that's not right.



Can only see it reaching £15 or less myself when that time comes when the Wii U properly is dead (not when XB/PS fanboys say it is), but when retailers start clearing out the game. Even Mario Tennis has not been as low as £15 yet.
noahsdad

Can only see it reaching £15 or less myself when that time comes when the … Can only see it reaching £15 or less myself when that time comes when the Wii U properly is dead (not when XB/PS fanboys say it is), but when retailers start clearing out the game. Even Mario Tennis has not been as low as £15 yet.



Mario Tennis has been £20 several times and there was that Amazon deal a few weeks ago where it was under £20 and came with a free amiibo from a choice of 6. So you could argue that the game itself was about £10.

Star Fox Zero will definitely be £20 or less in the next few months. Only the First Print Edition will rise in price. The game has sold really poorly and has dropped completely out of the charts.
link2metroid

Mario Tennis has been £20 several times and there was that Amazon deal a … Mario Tennis has been £20 several times and there was that Amazon deal a few weeks ago where it was under £20 and came with a free amiibo from a choice of 6. So you could argue that the game itself was about £10.Star Fox Zero will definitely be £20 or less in the next few months. Only the First Print Edition will rise in price. The game has sold really poorly and has dropped completely out of the charts.



Think a little over £17 has been the low price for Mario Tennis, but the Amiibo offer while an isolated one by Amazon was more than decent of course. I hope I am wrong and you are right. I'd be proper tempted to buy SF with one of the 2 SF Amiibo's for £20 just for a present or sell on.
noahsdad

Can only see it reaching £15 or less myself when that time comes when the … Can only see it reaching £15 or less myself when that time comes when the Wii U properly is dead (not when XB/PS fanboys say it is), but when retailers start clearing out the game. Even Mario Tennis has not been as low as £15 yet.


That Mario Tennis lacks severely in content so it makes it hard to last anything more than 5-10mins. Only if you have people locally available to play the volleyball mode which is kind of fun.

The online mode is sorta dead as is but when it isn't, the only players I find are Japanese.
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