Join the Star Fox team as you battle the forces of the evil Andross.





Uncredited cast:
Dan Owsen ...
Fox McCloud / General Pepper / 'Emergency' Announcer (voice) (uncredited)


Join the Star Fox team as you battle the forces of the evil Andross.

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Why go to the next level, when you can go lightyears beyond


Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

1 March 1993 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

StarFox  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The first Super NES game to utilize Nintendo's "Super FX" technology, making 3-D polygonal graphics possible on the system. See more »


[end of game]
Fox McCloud: [from his Arwing] Come in, Corneria.
General Pepper: [on the radio] This is Corneria, Pepper speaking. Congratulations on a job well done.
Fox McCloud: Roger. I'm heading back to Corneria.
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Remade as Star Fox 64 (1997) See more »

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Landmark title in the history of the 16-bit wars
22 April 2015 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

In the 1990s, Video gaming was huge. But nothing was bigger than the corporate battle between Sega & Nintendo. While Sega had thrown their hat into the 3-d ring with the Virtua games, Nintendo came at them with Star fox, and not only did they introduce the very first game that was capable of 3-d polygons on their console, they created one of the most popular franchises of all time.

The Star fox team are a team of mercenaries on the peaceful planet of Corneria. Then one day, an army of bad guys from the planet Venom attacks their peaceful home, causing them to retaliate. these mercenaries, made up of a Fox, a falcon, a toad, and a hare, hop into their trusty arwings and fly through space, coming for venom, and largely, Andross, the evil being behind the attack on Corneria.

For the super Nintendo, this might not be the most impressive game on the system (That title arguably would go to Donkey Kong Country) But it's also the first to be in true 3-D. A few other games would follow, including Dirt Trax FX, and Stunt Race FX, meanwhile, games like donkey Kong country, which used 3-d rendered sprites, also became available for the console, including Killer Instinct, and even Disney Interactive's Toy Story.

Would I recommend Star Fox? Totally. However, due to it's Super FX chip, the game has not been made available on Virtual console/Nintendo E-shop, but it's readily available at your local retro gaming shop, usually commanding a high price.


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