Summary: What more can I say? If you enjoyed playing Star Fox on your old Nintendo 64, well, this is that. Its the same game, but portable and in 3D, with slightly better graphics. I bought this for my fiancee, but I quickly found myself playing it, too. Its more than just a piece of nostalgia; it really reminds you how great of a game the original was, and still is.
Summary: This is a simple 3D, with better graphics, version of StarFox64. There is some new multiplayer content that is okay, nothing fantastic. Playing through the story is fun and nostalgic, and you can go back and play single levels once you have beat them in the story mode, which was not an option in the original. There is also a time attack type medal based mode for each level.
Summary: The story mode offers branching paths depending on how you perform in each mission. This adds replay value and even though the characters dialogue is laughable, the gameplay is fast, thrilling, and the maps are all unique and challenging. It's a great game if you pay under $30. It's a great pick-up and play 3DS game!
Summary: The game is more than great, if you loved StarFox 64 from the N64 then you gonna like this even more, the effects are great and although the voices are not exactly the same, they are pretty similar and gives you the feeling you are playing the old version from the N64. Controls are really confortable and it now comes with an option to save the progress which is kind of nice. Package arrived really quick and in pretty good shape.
Summary: It's as though Nintendo did everything they could to make me hate this port. A lot of people are complaining this port has barely any new features, and while I have to admit it's difficult to swallow paying $40 for a game I already beat a hundred times on the N64, I was willing to dish out the cash for the nostalgia. Problem is, they ruined the nostalgia. All of the voice acting has been re-recorded which as far as I'm concerned is practically blasphemy.