Nintendo Broadcasting Star Fox Zero Animated Short

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

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Excited for Star Fox Zero? Well you might want to tune in for an animated short Nintendo will be broadcasting this Wednesday, April 20th, 6 PM Eastern time, 3 PM Pacific at live.nintendo.com just two days before the launch of the game on the 22nd. The short’s titled Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins and is a collaborated effort by Shigeru Miyamoto, Production I.G., and WIT Studio. A special Nintendo Treehouse presentation will follow the event showcasing both Star Fox Zero and Star Fox Guard. You can checkout the press release detailing the event below, along with a short trailer:


To celebrate the upcoming launch of Star Fox Zero for Wii U on April 22, join Nintendo for the live-streamed world premiere of the Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins animated short on April 20 at 3 p.m. PT. This special broadcast can be viewed live all around the world at http://live.nintendo.com/.
Produced in collaboration with Shigeru Miyamoto, Production I.G. and WIT Studio, Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins stars the beloved characters from Star Fox Zero.
Immediately following the animated short will be a special Nintendo Treehouse: Live featuring Star Fox Zero & Star Fox Guard.
See you online at the April 20 premiere!

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