Summary: This episode of Starfox may be a little off-putting first. The 3D graphics are pretty poor, the interface is nothing special and the artworks that illustrate the story are amateurish to say the least. Added to that, the controls take some times to get accustomed to (I'd stay playing through the story at least once). You may be really disappointed when you play for the first time.
Summary: While still failing to match up to the excellence of the SNES and N64 version, this game is never the less fun. The RTS is a nice addition, but what it does is rules out the classic on-rails portion of the game, intead making everything into an arena. As to if this was a good move or not, depends on your own personal tatse. Still fun regardless, and is recommend for fans of the series.
Summary: After two poor GC games, Q games have finally injected some magic back into the starfox series. The game is a hybrid of basic RTS and space shooter. The RTS sections appear in each level and work like a basic version of Advance Wars, you fly your craft into the fog of war, intercepting enemies, missiles and bases. When you intercept something, you attack the enemy in a 3D space shooter which works just like the arenas of Lylat Wars.
Summary: Mention Star Fox 64 (or Lylat Wars for our American chums) to gamers of a certain age and they will go all misty-eyed over one of the Nintendo 64's most memorable titles. They'll start to talk to you about the 3D space combat, fluid animation, voice acting and fun gameplay. Of course, if, like me you never actually got around to playing the original game, you might wonder what on earth they are on about.
Pros: Good use of touch screen controls; fun 3D combat sequences
Cons: Dull, repetitive strategy segment, annoying "voices" in cut-scenes
Excerpt: Starfox for those that don't know is a landmark series, It was Nintendos first game to step into the magical world of 3D in Starwing on the Super Nintendo. It was also one of the first games on N64 to use the rumble pack in Lylat wars. Both of these games mentioned earlier used the now famous onrails shooter setup.