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I find myself mostly agreeing with Miyamoto on this one. When I was a kid I had an Atari 2600 and I had a lot of fun with all the games I owned. Then I played my neighbor's NES and his copy of Super Mario Bros. I was blown away by how incredible it was! It was WAY better than my Atari games. Before I played those classic Nintendo games I existed in a video game bubble. Those Atari games were fun because they're all that I knew.
If you put Star Fox Zero into the hand of kids who have never played video games before I'm sure they'd think it's fun. They'd have no experience, a refined sense of taste, nothing that plays properly for them to compare it to - but they'd have fun because wow look at that, a video game!