Summary: I played this game when i was really young and got stuck at so many parts but now i soared through it, just a enjoyable as it ever was, graphics are a bit dated but still holds good memories and i recommend this game to most gamers.
Summary: I loved this game as a kid, but never seemed to complete it. I never got into it really. I remembered it recently and though to myself 'That game was pretty amazing' so I ordered it. That was a good idea! Now I intend to complete it and know I will be much more sucked into the storyline, as I am older. Great game, I have no objections to it!
Daniel Mackett "Godzilla: King of the Monster", amazon.co.uk
28 March 2010
Summary: We'll after playing Star Fox Adventures about few dozen times manily replying the last battle because its so much fun, I had safy I have found a new charcter besides Sonic, that I have fullen in love with and that is Fox McCloud and another loved cutte right off the bat Krystal Now then this game is great its sad that soem people hate because it uses the Legend of Zelda style gameplay and what's the problem with that, the Incredinble Hulk: Ultimate Destruction: Uses a...
Summary: I first bought this game, wanting to have a quick fix for any other games that i might get in the future for gamecube - because i don't have a wii, only a 360, i wanted to be able to play my older games again, and buy more. Moving on now, when i first played the game, i thought it was absolutely amazing. Everything in the game works, and to a high standards. The thing that will really suprise you is the groundbreaking graphics and even the furr effects.
Excerpt: "...anything else, it followed the Star Fox team as they went from outlaws on Papetoon, to an elite Arwing fighter squadron. There was also a 64 manga which more or less explained the storyline of the N64 computer game and gave some scenes which were not seen in the game. And then finally 'Star Fox: Farewell, Beloved Falco' which chronicles the events between the N64 game and Starfox adventures, also explaining why Falco left the Starfox team. What I ...
Pros: Graphics, plotline, rather addictive and the general cuteness !
Cons: Inconsistency with difficulty . . . not enough Arwing flying scenes .
Summary: Really not knowing what to expect I am so impressed by this game. The graphics for 2002 are impressive, even by today's Wii standards. The gameplay is fantastic but what strikes me me most overall is how this game has fed into the development of Twilight Princess. I know that Rare became a Nintendo development house before being sold to Microsoft and Miyamoto was the executive producer on this. The Rare engine must have been used further.
Summary: Star Fox Adventures was an upsetting game to play. It was upsetting because visually, it shows all the gloss Rare are known for. However, once you start to play the game you realise all is not well. The majority of 'fights' in the game can be won without even looking at the screen (while hamering one button)! The gameplay is stodgy and lacks any idea of fun and generally feels workmanlike. It is like Zelda without any depth or challenge.