Star Fox 64

Star Fox 64

released on Apr 27, 1997

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Star Fox 64

released on Apr 27, 1997

The update to the 16-bit Super NES title continues the original's on-rails 3D shooting action on the Nintendo 64. Starring Fox McCloud, Peppy Hare, Falco Lombardi, and Slippy Toad, this new 64-bit version contains 15 plus levels, easy, medium, and difficult paths, forward-scrolling levels as well as full 3D realms, and a three-part multiplayer mode using a four-player split screen. In addition to plenty of Arwing action, the game introduces a new hover tank and even features a submarine level. The 8-megabyte cartridge also boasts voice samples from 23 different characters instead of the original's animal noises. Star Fox 64 was the first game to feature Rumble Pak support. A Rumble Pak bundle and standalone version of the game were sold. Released in Europe under the name Lylat Wars.


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if you got an n64 and dont got dis game wut u doin


Tiene una historia muy en la línea de los Star Fox anteriores, pero me ha gustado bastante por las diferentes situaciones que se van dando.
Las mecánicas se sienten bastante duras hoy en día, pero me sigue pareciendo bastante disfrutable.

Y por supuesto, cuenta con varios temas musicales que ya son historia de los videojuegos.


I mean I literally can't think of one problem


Never completed the campaign mode but the multiplayer was a lot of fun.


I don’t know if. I love this game as much as other people do since there are better rail shooters out there. That being said it’s still really fun and charming


i dont think theres a game ive replayed more than this one, and i keep having fun every time i enter corneria.