Star Fox 64 3D

released on Jul 17, 2011

A remake of Star Fox 64

The Star Fox team triumphantly returns to one of its greatest missions with this remake of Star Fox 64 in full 3D, featuring a complete graphical update.

The entire Star Fox universe spreads out realistically into the depths of the Nintendo 3DS screen while the 3D visuals give the player a clearer grasp of distance and position. This makes the game more approachable and intuitive, thereby allowing players to focus on the action.

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It was a long ass time ago when I used to have a 3DS. This was back before I learned to soft mods systems like this to play whatever I please. Needless to say, Nintendo don’t come cheap. So this and the Zelda remakes are all I really touched and this right here is a childhood classic.
The raw game is so good they basically remade it twice. The space shooting takes you to a low poly parallel world. Where the Ace Pilot Animals in your merc squad say funny things as you blast up battleships and brainiac monkey menaces. When u send them to hell, you look just like your father.
This is the best kind of remake. It Retains the games original content and art style without meddling, Renews the graphics for a clearer adventure, and really just plays fucking cool.

A great remake of a timeless masterpiece.

I really like this game a lot. The score system nature of it allows for a lot of replayability which is great for a handheld game like this. The story is cool but predictable. The gameplay is super fun too.

A great version of an N64 classic. Playing on a smaller screen, however, feels a bit less fun. The game plays and feels good, and it's translated the original version to a portable form factor pretty decently. However, there are always some parts that feel a bit off, like the replaced voice acting. While it's good, the original version's better.

Star Fox 64 was just a really fun game, and I really got no better way to describe it. From the charming voice acting and character portraits to the addicting shooting gameplay and fun level designs. Highly recommend anyone giving this one a shot, it's simple enough for anyone to really pick up and can be beaten in a day very easily, plus if you want more of the game, multiple routes are available for more unique replays.

While the ship design and the characters are incredible and the sound design is top notch, I just could not click with the controls. I tried the different configurations the game tells you, but nothing really worked for me, a shame since I really love the design choices.