Summary: For all of you Star Fox "fans" that only enjoy Star Fox 64, turn away now. This is not Star Fox 64. That said, I enjoyed the game very much; Nintendo puts another interesting spin on the franchise, and I think that it just works well. It's got a decent story, with fun controls that can be a little bit hard to get used to. It's definitely got high replay value, and I recommend it!
Melissa Perry Moraja: Award Winning Author, Amazon
11 September 2014
Summary: Bought this for my 9 year old son who really really wanted it. He says he loves it, but he only played it for a couple days. He has other games that have kept his interest more like Pokemon White 2 and Zelda.
Not what I was expecting, but pretty good none-the-less...
6 September 2014
Summary: As a long time fan of the Star Fox series, I had always been somewhat apprehensive about Star Fox Command; it's departure from the straight forward, "fly your Arwing non-stop against an endless horde" formula to a turn-based, semi-strategy, semi-shooter left me uneasy about the premise, especially after the hit or miss "on-foot" segments of the previous game, Star Fox Assault. So, I overlooked it, and spent my money else where.
Summary: This game , while quite different in terms of gameplay to Starfox 64, still has it's own merits. The new turn-based strategy setup is actually pretty fun and challenging at times if you enjoy strategy games, and even if you don't it's not too complicated and you'll spend more time in dogfights anyway. The flight controls were a bit awkward at first but after about 2 or 3 levels I got used to them and found it to be quite accurate and precise.
Summary: I can't really decide weather this sequel to Assault should have been for the Wii, or just the way it is. Either way its an excellent STF sequel. I just hope Nintendo decides to make another sequel to the franchise and not just leave us all hanging.