NintendoLife.com reports that, based on select tweets, used copies of Star Fox Zero are flooding store shelves.
It appears that the near decade-long wait for a new Star Fox game was not worth it for many gamers. According to NintendoLife.com, select Tweets from store-goers show shelves filled with pre-owned Star Fox Zero copies. Based on these, Wii U owners seem to have grown tired of the release fairly quickly.
You can check out a couple of the Tweets below:
Nintendo released Star Fox Zero on April 22 in North America. Bearing some similarities in gameplay to Star Fox 64, it was the first Star Fox main series entry since 2006's Star Fox Command for Nintendo DS. It had been over 11 years since the last home console Star Fox game: Star Fox Assault, released in February 2005.
Because of the unusually long wait, Star Fox fans have been eagerly anticipating this year's installment. Based on this small sample, it does not look great for Nintendo in terms of customer satisfaction.
If you own the game and plan on keeping it, or at least seeing it through to completion, check out our guide to unlocking all levels. You can also measure your opinion on the game against GameSkinny's by reading our Star Fox Zero review.
What do you think of Star Fox Zero? Were these traders too quick to ditch the game, or were they justified? Let us know in the comments below.