why i think Star Fox & Metroid fusion saga must be real let Retro studios to make game

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today i’m talking about Star fox & Metroid fusion saga! now some a lot of people who dislike crossover Games because Games different (just like Street Fighter x Tekken and Mortal Kombat vs DC universe) don’t Lestin to people they are silly brain i now why did i say “why i think Star fox & Metroid fusion saga must be real let retro studios to make game” kind of insane Crossover or Crossover is dream come true just like Marvel VS DC. Hmmm maybe YES IT IS!!! now you think Fans are now Happy or not Happy and says “Why” but let me telling you Crossover are along with Fan Fiction today because they are the Fan of Crossover today paul gale post in http://paulgalenetwork.com and it says

RUMOR: Is Retro Studios’ Wii U game “Star Fox – Metroid: Fusion Saga”?

http://paulgalenetwork.com/home/2012/05/19/rumor-is-retro-studios-wii-u-game-star-fox-metroid-fusion-saga/

hmmm i now what i want. i want Retro studios to make game Crossover Game it called “Star fox & Metroid fusion saga”

of course i now you want to see Star fox & Metroid fusion saga. Star Fox fans and Metroid fans do you know what your thought today

according to Wii U blog

Paul Gale, who first reported that Retro Studios was working on something for the Wii U, has shared a huge rumour that their “something” might be a cross-over title that combines the Star Fox and Metroid franchises, which is probably already making you drool with anticipation. And yeah, me too.

The game, referred to as Fusion Saga, begins with Fox McCloud amidst a deep-space mission in his Arwing and a high-speed collision with a ship piloted by our beloved Samus Aran. She plummets to the surface of a planet and is “stripped down” with “the most basic of weapon abilities, in first person perspective, traversing through this unknown planet”. As for the general gameplay, it switches between: 

…intense Arwing space and planetary battles as Fox makes his way to the planet that Samus crashed on and a Metroid Prime-like experience of gameplay as Samus on this planet, gradually uncovering its mysteries, leveling up, etc.

(Please tell me you’re drooling like I am.)

This sounds incredible, but it’s a huge rumour, so don’t go around saying this will definitely happen. For the time being ( and to find out more), click here to read the full report. Then come back here and say how badly you want this game in the comments. It will make this feel like a lot more of a possibility.

well you now what i would love to see Star fox & Metroid fusion saga why because…….. i’m Crossover Fan!

and check out up there did you see art in up there it art by crovirus in 2006 that amazing Fan art

http://crovirus.deviantart.com/art/Metroid-X-Starfox-41900502?q=boost%3Apopular%20Starfox%20Metroid&qo=2

– Some folk at Retro Studios wanted to develop a new ip that involved 3rd person sci-fi action with intense aerial combat.
– Others apparently were leaning towards taking the Star Fox helm.
– Nintendo sees Retro Studios as a very competent developer and worked with them in creating the hybrid title of Star Fox – Metroid: Fusion Saga.
– The title has multiple gameplay mechanics and needed a wide staff of talent to incorporate the many ideas.
– The story begins as you control Fox McCloud and the StarFox team on deep space mission in your Arwing, flying through a Meteos-like stage. As you enter a light speed warp, there’s a collision with an orange ship (Samus’) and the game continues with you now plummeting to a planet as Samus in her craft. You’re in mild control of her ship, using the Wii U controller to look around and touch screen press the lit up buttons to prepare for impact (while the TV stays locked on what you seeout of the cockpit). You’re now on land, as a “yet again” stripped down Samus Aran with the most basic of weapon abilities, in first person perspective, traversing through this unknown planet.
– The game switches off between intense Arwing space and planetary battles as Fox makes his way to the planet that Samus crashed on and a Metroid Prime-like experience of gameplay as Samus on this planet, gradually uncovering itsmysteries, leveling up, etc.
– The Star Fox stages represent what the series is best known for, including the chatter and coming to the aid of the rest of your team, all range mode battles, and on rails stages.
– The Metroid part of the game puts you alone, void of human or any talking character contact, and like the Prime series, sees you gaining upgrades, battling bosses, and in this case,repairing your ship.
– The game is said to be epic in size, scope, ambition.
– The pacing has been perfected to not interrupt what the feeling is behind either franchise, since Star Fox is more often known for being acceptable to have short sessions with and Metroid rather the opposite. You can opt to continue playing either just Samus’ part or Fox’s part without crossing over for much of the main game (or play it as it’s scripted back and forth), but will eventually have to complete both, as the characters will ultimately meet up.
– There will be later parts in the game where you do get to control Samus’ ship and fly it Star Fox style.
– Likewise, Fox McCloud will be controllable by foot (both the above and this bullet point represent a period in the game after the two sides meet up) and be played via 3rd person perspective. Think of Jet Force Gemini with Fox’s known agility as he’s portrayed to having in the Smash Bros. series. (Fox will move more like Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden and less like he did in Star Fox Adventures).
– Though a tentative title, the idea behind the story of “Fusion Saga” is both a play on the fact that the two series are fusing together into one game and of course, a storyline behind Andross using Metroids to enhance himself, his army, etc.
– Star Fox – Metroid: Fusion Saga is wholly a satisfying adventure game as Samus, an equally electrifying aerial combat game as Fox, and something that delivers an exciting, special change that fans will love.
– In consideration was the Star Fox portion having 4 player co-op online, but instead the game will have leaderboards for time and percent complete for all parts of the game and multiplayer will be simply versus mode based.

This is all that I got. None of this is confirmed…it’s purely a RUMOR, but I put it up because 1) it’s the closest I’ve gotten in 13 months to finding ANYTHING on what Retro Studios might be working on and 2) the source at hand gave me reason to believe that this was at the very least, a concept being pitched around between Nintendo and Retro Studios.

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