The main series has not received any new entries since the 2006 Nintendo DS game Star Fox Command, save for the 2011 remake of Star Fox 64 for the Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo has yet to officially announce any brand new titles.
Nintendo's game designer Shigeru Miyamoto had shown interest in creating a Star Fox game for the Wii U console at some point in the future. GamesTM told Miyamoto that they would love to see a new Star Fox game for Wii, he replied: “Me too.” As of now, however, no plan has been announced, and Q-Games president Dylan Cuthbert has expressed reluctance to return to the series, although this does not rule out a game from another developer. Miyamoto has suggested the Wii Remote would work well for controlling an Arwing, while series designer Takaya Imamura has also said he has a small idea on what Fox and Co. could engage in next time. A G4 interview with a series producer Dylan Cuthbert (who worked on Star Fox, the unreleased Star Fox 2, and Star Fox Command) has shown that Cuthbert will most likely not be involved with a Star Fox title for the Wii; as he says that, "The Wii is a bit more of a toy..." Hideki Kamiya has stated to be interested in making a new Star Fox game.
In May 2006, an article suggested that a Star Fox experience for the Nintendo Wii console would be coming from Shigeru Miyamoto.
In August 2009, Turkish Nintendo news site Nintendocu.com reported that a Wii Star Fox game would be revealed in the upcoming issue of Nintendo Power, showing a blurry image claimed to be the issue's cover page. (The Nintendo Power cover in question, #247, focused on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games.) Titled "Star Fox Wii: Battle for Corneria", the game was to allegedly implement Wii MotionPlus and would include an online battle mode with Wii Speak support. However, the Arwings and Great Fox displayed on the cover image were images from Star Fox: Assault. The same article updated its page three days after it was first published, adding headline that declared the information about Nintendo Power revealing the next Star Fox was false. However, the same page also has evidence to show that Nintendo recently renewed the domain name "starfox.com", despite the fact, at the time, the URL still redirected to Nintendo's main portal.
In September 2009, a Nintendo news site called Infendo published an article stating that a Star Fox game for the Wii is currently being worked, said from a Nintendo staff member that did not give any more details.
In October 2009, Miyamoto commented on how the sales of the Star Fox games had been decreasing over the years, particularly in Japan. This was the latest time Shigeru Miyamoto talked about Star Fox directly, and does not necessarily mean a Star Fox game for Wii will not be made.
Hideki Kamiya, the creator of the Devil May Cry series and an avid Star Fox fan himself, has expressed interest in creating a new Star Fox game on the Wii in an IGN interview.
In an interview about Masahiro Sakurai's Nintendo 3DS game Kid Icarus: Uprising, he revealed that he originally had Star Fox characters in mind to use for a new core gameplay concept made specifically for Nintendo 3DS. However, he then stated the concept worked better as a new Kid Icarus game instead.
However, later in June, Nintendo software producer and director Katsuya Eguchi hinted Nintendo may be considering making a Star Fox title on the newly announced console Wii U.
In late summer 2012, Miyamoto said that he wishes to see a new Star Fox title announced for the upcoming Nintendo console Wii U. Also Dylan Cuthbert, President and Managing Director of Q-Games, has expressed his interest in developing the next title for the franchise.
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