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: If you loved the original n64 version, then you can't go wrong with this game, i just wish there would be a wi fi playing mode, as the story mode once you finish it, can get a little boring, all in all a great game, graphics are better than the original and the 3d is amazing.
Summary: Remember the old game for the 64? Well, if you loved it as much as me then get this game. Everything is the same, but now there are a few additions that are pretty neat. Moving the 3ds around to move the ships wasn't great, but the 3d was fun to use and the multiplayer looks neat. All in all, you can't beat this classic and I'm glad they brought it back.
A faithful hd remake of one of the best games of the N64 generation.
8 October 2013
Summary: This game holds up. On N64, on 3ds, this game is amazing. The redone graphics look great and the 3d is a perfect fit for a rail based flying game. The gameplay is still perfectly intact and still fun and exciting. On this version you even have a few different ways to control your vehicle which was a great addition. I would have liked a bit more content, but what's there is great. This is a must have for shooter fans on the 3DS.
Summary: I have a lot of fond memories of my time with the Nintendo 64 console. From Super Mario 64, to Mario Kart 64, to GoldenEye 007, and others. The Nintendo 64 was a great system with so many classics. However, sometimes when you go back to play games you remember fondly, things don't end up being the same. It may be the gameplay, the controls, or the visuals, but something ends up feeling off.
Summary: If you're a fan of the original Star Fox 64, you're going to be delighted from the moment the black starfield pops out at you in 3D on the opening screen. This is a direct port of the Nintendo 64 game, with the added bonus that you have more control over mission selection as you play through and--most importantly--you can now fly the ship by tilting the 3DS.