Summary: In my opinion this game was loads of fun. In this game there is an equal balance of land master fights ( which are like tanks ), arwing fights, ( which are like spaceships) and 3rd person ground shooting. The arwing fights are great but it takes a while to get the hang of the controls. the ground shooting is quick paced and there is a lot of different guns to find and use.
Summary: Despite what IGN said in their review, Starfox: Assault is a pretty good game. The graphics are a huge step up from Starfox 64, and fun gameplay to accompany that. This game's storyline, although short, is nicely done. It also introduced some land battle additions to the Starfox franchise. On land, Fox walks pretty fast, and uses an array of weapons to destroy enemies. In the Landmaster, Fox moves slowly, but crushes enemies very well.
Summary: this is an enjoyable game. the space shooting sections are as good as usual, landmaster sections aren't as good as the n64 landmasters, and the on foot missions, you either like them or you don't. fans of regular shooters won't like these, due to the fact you always point straight and have to hold down a button just to shoot up, and the character models aren't that great, but the vehicle, world designs, and cutscenes look great. the story mode is good but short.
Summary: This game wasn't half bad. But the problem I had with it was the "Story Mode" was too short. But other then that, I loved the features they added and I also like the fact you can play as Wolf in multiplayer mode. Overall it was an OK game.
Summary: For a best seller, this game was actually a little disappointing. While the graphics were amazing for a Star Fox game, the gameplay was a little too "simple." One of the first things I noticed was that headshots don't do any extra damage. This is most noticeable in VS mode. When you play against someone who's playing as Wolf, you'll notice that you have to shoot him twice with a sniper rifle to kill him. What if you shoot his head?
Summary: Star Fox Assault (I will abbreviate it SFA) is a relatively good game. It has several drawbacks, though, as well as a few advantages. I will elaborate. SFA, unfortunately, looks boxy, like the original Star Foxes on the N64. The characters are boxy, the Arwing looks like a geometric mess, and the Landmaster is some boxes on wheels. Was Gamecube trying to bring back the nostalgia? I don't know. The storyline is good, better than its prequel.
Summary: when u first play the game, it seems very hard so it has 10 action-packed level. its the sequel of star fox adventures. you can now play as krystal the female fox in multi-player mode. the graphics are very good for its time. the length is pretty bad, i beat it in at least 5 hours. the storyline is very amazing, just as good as star fox 64. in star fox adventure, andross finally died, but there are twists and turns thoughout this game based on who the bad guy really is.
Summary: this is a great addition to the series has loads of replay-ability the only things i disliked were the missions you were forced to do on foot and the games overall shortness id say its beatable in a few hours if you really put your mind to it besides that the game rocks especially levels flying the Arwing buy this game if your a fan of the series or space shooters a must for any game cube game collection
A true homage to Starfox 64 no matter what anyone says
Terry 309, amazon.co.uk
9 February 2013
Summary: The Starfox series has always been around piloting arwings, cheesy one liners and barrel rolls... well I suppose that statement would be true if Starfox 64 (Lylat Wars) was the only game in the series but we all know that Starfox 64 was you're typical 90's gem which shot many fans with poisonous darts of nostalgia the moment they laid their hands on it. The same could have been said about Starfox Assault had it not been for Starfox 64's amazing success.