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StarFox Zero: The Battle Begins

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Japanese: スターフォックス ゼロ ザ・バトル・ビギンズ


Type: ONA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 20, 2016
Producers: Production I.G, Nintendo
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Wit Studio
Source: Game
Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Space
Duration: 14 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 6.371 (scored by 1,316 users)
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Ranked: #57982
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Andross, an ape exiled from the Lylad Planetary System by General Pepper seeks revenge by attacking the planet Corneria and its innocence, kidnapping Pepper in the process. Meanwhile, it's another usual day for Team Star Fox, a gang of space mercenaries: Lazing around, getting angry at video games, and being lectured by their mentors. But all of that changes once they receive a distress call from a familiar face.

Meet Fox McCloud, son of the deceased James McCloud, as he and his top-notch crew—Slippy Toad, Falco Lombarde and Peppy Hare—fight back against Andross's robotic army in style, and attempt to save Corneria from the skies.


This is an interpretation of Star Fox Zero's introduction, which is a reimagining of Star Fox 64 for the Wii U.

Characters & Voice Actors

McCloud, Fox
McCloud, Fox
Lombardi, Falco
Lombardi, Falco
Hare, Peppy
Hare, Peppy


Asano, Kyoji
Asano, Kyoji
Director, Storyboard
Umehara, Eiji
Umehara, Eiji
Miyamoto, Shigeru
Miyamoto, Shigeru
Executive Producer
Takeda, Yuusuke
Takeda, Yuusuke
Art Director

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Apr 21, 2016
While I was watching Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins, I had many memories of the game Star Fox 64. Some expressions of the characters are similar to that game, or had been directly taken from there (and we can't forget the classic "do a barrel roll"). It caused me a nostalgic feel. Some songs were also compositions extracted from there. Although the type of humor is somewhat bland and the plot is simple, the action scenes are well worked and are very enjoyable.

In summary, it's not just a very-long teaser trailer for the game Star Fox Zero, but it can be a great piece read more
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