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Star Fox review by Allard Vuyk 0

Today, there is one trait all games have in common: 3D graphics. No matter what new game you play, or on which platform, the graphics will be rendered in 3D, with a few exceptions mostly on portable systems. Even a game featuring 2D gameplay will likely use 3D polygonal techniques for display. Yet there was a time when this was the other way around, when 2D was the rule, and 3D was as much an exception as 2D is today.Much like black-and-white cinematography in film, presently 2D is more an artis...

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Still Holds Up Charmingly 0

This is the game that came before the "Barrel Roll" 64 edition and 1st used, the revolutionary (well at the time) Super FX Chip on the SNES. So how does this game stack up to the likes of Starfox 64, Starfox Adventures and Assault? Well quite well actually.In Starfox, (if you don't know the story by now...) you play as Fox Mccloud, leader of the reformed Starfox team. As Fox Mccloud, you are trying to shoot everything that moves in your way, as this game is "On-Rails", meaning that you are taken...

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Classic 0

If You've read the StarFox comics, You'll understand why Fox is here in his arwing...He's the most ruthless mercinary who still has some morals left in him and the upcoming threat of Andross is not one to be left any longer... The gameplay is fairly simple, dive, dodge, duck, shoot and release some bombs... Simple; yes, but very entertaining, giving a great retro game feel to Star Fox which is a good thing indeed. Shooting and bombing ground targets to bizzare giant flying creatures to your cla...

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Incredible and Classic SNES goodness 0

The SNES had a number of brain-busting titles released for it, and Star Fox was no exception. Using advanced technology utilizing it's built-in SuperFX chip, the game created a 3D line-rider for players to navigate. It features three different paths of levels, each with it's own difficulty and level design. While some levels take place over Earth-like ground (Corneria), others may take space in space, over water-planets, and strange alien worlds.This game for me is on-par with the most recognize...

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