Summary: I bought this game used and cheap so I didnt know what to think of the game, but now that I own it I have spent several hours playing it! Its such a good game, I would have paid more for this than most new games! Its a must have for gamecube/wii owners (that are backwords compatable). If your a fan of adventure games or zelda than you will not be dissapointed here! Im so glad I found about this game and you will be glad too!
Summary: This was the 3rd of 3 older games requested by my teenage granddaughter (she loves the older games sometimes on older systems). It was great to not only find this used game but it was in near excellent condition as advertised. Game was also received in a very acceptable timeframe. She couldn't be happier!
Summary: This game came out right at the time the whole 3D platforming thing was at it's height of popularity. Star Fox has always been known as a space shooter and I loved Star Fox 64. I was anxious and excited to see how the Star Fox world would translate to a platformer. Well... The graphics were and still are breathtakingly beautiful. All the characters animations are spot on perfect. The levels are interesting and challenging. However.........
Summary: There's a definite anthro feel to this game, with the super-cool Fox and the sexy Krystal character whom you play in the beginning (and later, but no spoilers there ...) You start out playing as the uber-hot Princess Krystal who has landed on Dinosaur Planet to answer a distress call. From there, you arrive at a mysterious palace with little idea of what to do or what's going on. Talking to the triceratops around gives you a generalized idea.
Summary: Star Fox Adventures is, a great game. It has many mechanics used in the Zelda games and follows basically the same format as those games. However the game just doesn't have that natural sparkle found in a Nintendo game, that youd come to expect. Star Fox adventures takes place 8 years after Andross has been destroyed.
Summary: This should have been a Zelda game. Really. Although, it is better than Wind Waker. At least it's not so very... cute. The hand to hand combat is a bit iffy, but at least you don't play as a midget Link! (No offense to all you midgets out there, though) The story is overly complicated, taking what could have neat and making it complicated. Everything gets explained (...Well, mostly) at the end.
Summary: I first got my exposure to Starfox Adventures when I was looking at the game at a game store that my mom's collegue's husband owned in town. Then, for my 18th birthday, I had gotten a box that had Starfox Adventures in it along with a memory card. It was a bit confusing at the beginning because Krystal (the blue girl fox) spoke in dinosaur (the native language of Dino planet) overall, the voice acting is excellent.
Summary: Starfox Adventures is more or less a sequel to "Starfox 64" on the N64. As far as games go Starfox Adventures good qualities really stand out. But the bad also stands out in this too. The graphics are awesome! Quite possibly some of the best the Gamecube has. The fur on Fox looks real and the environments are really decorated. Best of all, there is nothing that slows the action and gameplay down.