It has been eight years since Fox McCloud defeated the evil Andross. Since then, the Star Fox team has been on a slow downturn. Falco, a loyal friend of Fox, decided to leave the team in ... See full summary »




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Cast overview:
Steve Malpass ...
Fox McCloud (voice)
Estelle Ellis ...
Krystal / Queen Earthwalker / Mother Thorntail (voice) (as E. Ellis)
Kevin Bayliss ...
Chris Seavor ...
John Silke ...
General Scales / Warpstone / General Pepper / ROB The Robot / Garunda Te / Thorntail Tribe / Soldier Cloudrunner / Snowhorn Tribe / Cheeky Lightfoot (voice)
Steven Brand ...
Shopkeeper / Snowhorn Tribe / Thorntail Gatekeeper / Earthwalker Tribe / Creature In Well (voice)
Ben Cullum ...
Falco Lombardi / Gradabug / Krazoa / Hightop / Wounded Earthwalker / Blue Snowhorn (voice)
Dean Smith ...
Sharp Claw (voice)
Louise Tilston ...
Queen Cloudrunner (voice)
Duncan Botwood ...
Andross (voice)
S. Blair ...
Belina Te (voice)
Shaun Reed ...
Showhorn Tribe / Earthwalker Tribe (voice)
Chris Sutherland ...
Snowhorn Tribe (voice)
Louise Jacobs ...
Snowhorn Tribe (voice)
David McDermott ...
Earthwalker Soldier (voice)


It has been eight years since Fox McCloud defeated the evil Andross. Since then, the Star Fox team has been on a slow downturn. Falco, a loyal friend of Fox, decided to leave the team in search of new challenges. Peppy, in his old age, quit his duties as a pilot to focus on navigation, and Slippy did likewise, focusing on his technological developments. While Fox and his comrades are recognized as heroes, they've received little in the way of work since Andross's death, and their ship, the Great Fox, has seen much better days. However, one day, as they're approaching Dinosaur Planet at the edge of the Lylat System, they receive a message from General Pepper asking Fox to investigate what's caused the world to suddenly start breaking up and find a way to fix it. At the same time, Dinosaur Planet's inhabitants are under the dictatorial rule of General Scales, whom Fox must contend with in order to complete his mission. And then there's the mysterious Krystal, who became trapped in a ... Written by Anonymous

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Out of the cockpit... and into epic adventure!



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Release Date:

23 September 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Dinosaur Planet  »

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The last game developed by Rare Ltd. for a Nintendo system. On the day of the game's release, it was announced that Nintendo sold its stock in the company back to Rare, which was immediately sold back out to Microsoft. Several games previously under development for the Nintendo Gamecube, including "Perfect Dark 0" and "Kameo: Elements of Power" were redeveloped as X-Box titles. See more »


Kyte (The Pterosaur, or Cloudrunner) that is seen in the beginning with Krystal asks Fox if he is a friend of Krystal's. And Fox seems to know who he is talking about. Fox later addresses Andross's motives, referring to Krystal by name again. Fox was never given a chance to directly learn Krystal's name throughout the entire course of the game. Likewise, Neither should Peppy have known her name as he mentions a message he received from her. And Krystal also knows Fox by name, as shown in the message she sent (the one received by Peppy). In the beginning of Fox's part of the story, you can look at General Pepper's game status records, which names Krystal as being the one who released the first Krazoa spirit. Again, this is before Fox ever saw or heard about her. See more »


Andross: [off screen] Scales, you are no longer any use to me.
General Scales: Who are you? I DEMAND you show yourself!
Andross: I am the one who brought you to Krazoa Palace. The EarthWalkers could see me, but you could not.
General Scales: I don't understand.
Andross: No, I didn't think you would. Your desire for power overwhelmed you, and blinded you to the truth inside.
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References Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001) See more »

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Rare's only Gamecube game deserves more composition credit.
15 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was sorely disappointed that Rare was given up by Nintendo to Microsoft (and I loved the classics like Donkey Kong Country and Conker's Bad Fur Day), but why do people treat it like it is just another flop of a game? The graphics are sweet (although there may be mild frame rate issues) and it is also very fun just to explore Dinosaur Planet when you are not proceeding to complete your mission. But what is the best part of this game? Personally (besides the times when some repetitive tracks play), I like the game's music the best. It fits the game like a glove and sometimes it can become even catchy. But due to short Arwing missions and small frame rate issues, I would give this game an 8 out of 10. Yet, the game's good music completes the ensemble aside from a few flaws, so I'll give it a 10 out of 10.

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