Starlink is following in the footsteps of games like Disney Infinity and Skylanders, as it allows players to construct in-game ships using real-world, modular toys.
Star Fox is back, baby.
Sure, it's not a full-fledged StarFox game, but I'll take it, especially considering that Starlink is a toys-to-life game where you attach miniature spaceships to your controller and, in the case of Switch, that means a special Arwing model. Complete with their own toys.
There is also a Starlink: Battle for Atlas Nintendo Switch Starter Edition that includes a Fox figurine and Arwing, as well as a figurine of an original character and weapon attachments.
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The source added: "I don't know exactly when the move is supposed to happen, but it is being talked about as a permanent move". This isn't the first time the first lady has likely used fashion as a way of speaking without saying a word.
The inclusion of Star Fox as a character in the Switch version shows that the relationship between Nintendo Ubisoft, which came together in last year's Mario + Rabbids, is still going strong. Because Starlink is getting StarFox content, exclusive to Nintendo Switch, when it launches on October 16. First, let's look at the E3 2018 gameplay trailer.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas finds players part of a group of heroic interstellar pilots tasked with saving the Atlas star system from the Forgotten Legion, an evil robot force.
E3 2018 coverage at Giant Bomb: Still more commentary and news from E3, from our colleagues at Giant Bomb.