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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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)
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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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Was originally planned to be released as "Dinosaur Planet", one of the last games for the Nintendo 64. See more »

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In the beginning of the game when Tricky and Fox first meet, Fox tells Tricky that his father had been captured. However, there was never any mention of his capture before this event, and when the Queen Earthwalker (Tricky's mother) tells Fox and Tricky about the King, there is noticeable surprise in their reactions. See more »

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General Scales: I've been waiting for you, Fox McCloud! You may have returned all of the spellstones, but the war is not over yet! Now... you must face ME!
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Referenced in Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS (2014) See more »

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Why this is the best damn adventure game for the GC
24 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

Sure, it looks like the Zelda game, and the dinosaurs are a little too odd for some, but I gave this game a ten for several reasons. Here they are: -Gameplay: Not original, I'll admit, but still the fun, general feel the game creates, with improved features like auto lock-on and others. -Graphics: This game (And Assault) are definitely the best looking games on the GC. Any SF fan who has played the N64 game will be amazed, with the realtime fur-rendering, high-detail tri-liner graphics, which blew people away when they first saw it, a game which finally out-smarted Sony with their fancy-pants graphics. Go Nintendo & Rare! -Sound: Woah. With high-bitrate sound effects, breathtaking music and real-sounding voice acting is also an element which puts this above other games of it's time. -Plot & Storyline: Any Star-foxy fan will admit, previous Star Fox installments plot lines were a little bit on the 'basic' side. Face it. But this game has the best storyline in any SF game to date. It has everything a good game needs; action, adventure, treachery, mystery, romance, and other stuff. Gimme more juicy plot-lines Nintendo. This game was originally meant to be a game for the N64, with nothing to do with StarFox, until Nintendo and Rare joined forces once again, so it's come a long way! -Characters and stuff like dat: All your fave SF characters have returned- now in high detail graphics! Everyone from the previous games are here, with some new faces. Even Slippy looks cool! The SF Fandom who thought Fox and his mates looked awesome in StarWing and SF64, then look at what they look like now! *Jaws drop* WOW! -Bottom Line: Need I say more? A timeless classic that Nintendo players will remember forever...


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