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: 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: 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.
Summary: ...This game is very good!! But this type of starfox is missing somthing.....WHY IS THERE SOOO LITTLE ARWING ACTION!! I mean you can can only fly in the Arwing when you go to retrieve and return the spellstones(in Starfox and Starfox64 you would fly in the Arwing for the entire game, except Starfox64 because you can go into a submarine or tank in some stages). You also fly in the Arwing when you fight Andross(why Andross? Didn't Fox already blast...him in Starfox 64?
Summary: The new Star Fox game allows you to use Fox's comabt moves instead of his flying techniques. Allright, here's the story(and I don't mean about the game). I'm talking about the way you can't go back and replay the levels after you beat it. Which is really really dumb. Anyway the main plot is simple, Fox's team find's out about this new planet(ie. Dinosaur Plantet) and they go investagate.
Summary: This gorgeous looking game proves to be a nice getaway from the traditional Star Fox space battle games. All though it takes pretty much all of it's playing content from the Zelda series, Star Fox Adventures is an enjoyable video game with beautiful graphics, great sound, an intriging plot and high replay value. It's quite a lengthy game, so it's worth every bit of your money.
Summary: It's simple-this game is awesome. Unbelieveable graphics-some of the best yet for the G-Cube-, addictive gameplay(Yes, I know, it's like Zelda, but is that really a bad thing?), good storyline,and though it's quite easy (Not as many challenging puzzles as most Zelda games, repetitive and easy-but fun-fighting, etc.), it's one of the best titles out for the Gamecube yet. BUY IT!
Summary: I must admit that I bought the GameCube under the impression that the Rare games would be coming out in huge numbers for this system. I, perhaps ignorantly, assumed that the reason for the delays in the N64 days was due to the system's cartridge format, and difficult development field.
Summary: This game is just awesome. It shows that Gamecube has its potentials of making great games like these. The graphics were amazing. Every detail on Fox McCloud is shown. His hair, his clothes, eyes, and other physical features. The game is played with a crisp image and the controls are very nice indeed. Many of the effects were realistic. Maybe too realistic. This game is pretty graphic for the ages of 11 and under.
Great fun, lovely to look at, but occasionally frustrating
Mike Hadfield, amazon.co.uk
29 April 2004
Summary: This game is beautiful to look at. I really enjoyed exploring the different areas which Starfox visits, with their different climates. Iloved the way the look of the places changes according to the weather andthe time of the day. It's also great fun to play. Most of the puzzles and the fighting arefairly easy and suitable for children. However, my main complaint is thatthere are a few places in the game which are frustrating difficult.