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Encyclopedia > Star Fox 64
Star Fox 64
Lylat Wars
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Designer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto (game producer)
Takao Shimizu (game director)
Takaya Imamura (art director)
Release date(s) Nintendo 64
JPN April 27, 1997
NA July 1, 1997
EUR October 20, 1997
iQue
CHI November 21, 2003
Virtual Console
NA April 2, 2007
JPN April 17, 2007
AUS April 20, 2007
EUR April 20, 2007
Genre(s) Scrolling shooter
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) Nintendo 64
ESRB: K-A
OFLC: G8+
Virtual Console
ESRB: E
OFLC: PG
Platform(s) Nintendo 64, iQue, Virtual Console
Media 96-Mb cartridge
Input Nintendo 64 Controller, Classic Controller (Wii), Gamecube Controller

Star Fox 64 (スターフォックス 64 Sutā Fokkusu Rokujūyon?), known in Australia and Europe as Lylat Wars due to trademark issues, is a scrolling shooter video game for the Nintendo 64 video game console. It was released on April 27, 1997 in Japan, on July 1, 1997 in North America and on October 20, 1997 in Europe and Australia. It was later ported to the China-only iQue on November 21, 2003. Additionally, it is a remake of storyline of the original Star Fox,[1] and the first to be released on the Nintendo 64. It was made available for download on the Wii's Virtual Console on April 2, 2007 in North America, April 17, 2007 in Japan and on April 20, 2007 in Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Star Fox 64s game box. ... A video game developer is a software developer (a business or an individual) that creates video games. ... 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The planned second game in the series for the SNES, Star Fox 2, was canceled due to the upcoming release of the Nintendo 64, but some of its features were used in Star Fox 64, such as all range mode. It was the first game to introduce support for the Rumble Pak.[2] The game received positive ratings from reviewers and critics who praised its smooth animation, detailed visuals, and use of multiple gameplay paths.[3] The Super Nintendo Entertainment System or Super NES (also called SNES and Super Nintendo) is a 16-bit video game console released by Nintendo in North America, Brazil, Europe, and Australasia between 1990 and 1992. ... Star Fox 2 is an unreleased video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. ... A Nintendo 64 gamepad with the Rumble Pak attached. ...


The music in Star Fox 64 was composed by Koji Kondo and Hajime Wakai. Some of this music was used in the later games of the series. Koji Kondo , b. ... Hajime Wakai (若井淑) A Japanese Video game composer whos Half as Famous as Koji Kondo ...

Contents

Main Characters

See also: List of characters in the Star Fox series

Fox McCloud: Age 18[4]: The leader of the Star Fox team, his father James McCloud was killed by Andross, and Fox was trained by Peppy Hare to avenge his dad. // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ...


Peppy Hare: Age 41[5]: One of the original Star Fox members barely escaping Andross he trained Fox in dogfighting.


Slippy Toad: Age 18[6]: One of Fox's friends and rivals, they rivaled in Mechanics class to see who is better, but out of class there're friendly to each other.


Falco Lombirdi: Age 19[7]: One of Fox's friends and rivals, they rivaled in Dogfighting class to see who is better, but out of class they're friendly to each other.


Gameplay

In Star Fox 64, the player controls one of the vehicles piloted by Fox McCloud, usually an Arwing, as it travels on a fixed-rail that generally moves straight forward. The player's vehicle can be maneuvered around the screen to dodge obstacles and shoot incoming enemies with laser cannons.[8] All vehicles except the Blue Marine can also charge up their laser cannons to unleash a powerful lock-on laser. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Star Fox: Assault Arwing. ... Directed-energy weapon refers to a type of weapon that emits energy in a particular direction by a means other than a projectile. ...


As well as the forced progression of the main game, some levels and bosses take place in "all-range mode" (available also in multiplayer battles), where the player can move freely around a rectangular arena and engage in combat with various enemies.[8] The Arwing has one new maneuver it can perform in all-range mode; it can Immelmann up-and-over to change direction (called a U-turn in the game). The Immelmann turn (also spelled as Immelman turn or Imellmann turn; also known as a roll-off-the-top, or simply an Immelmann) is an aerial maneuver, named after WWI German flying ace Max Immelmann who is the original founder of this maneuver. ...


Returning from the original Star Fox game are wingmen that fly beside the player in Arwings and are sometimes pursued into the player's field of view by enemies. The longer it takes the player to save the wingmen the more damage they will take, eventually leading to that wingman retreating to the Great Fox for repairs.[8] If one of the wingmen has returned to the Great Fox, that wingman cannot help the player in the next mission, but returns after that. If kept in the game, each character can provide support for Fox. For example, Slippy can show the life bar of a boss character, Peppy can provide useful in-game tips at points and Falco can help open up routes to harder levels.[8] Star Fox ) (also known as Star Wing in Europe due to trademark issues) is the first game in the Star Fox series of video games. ... A wingman is a pilot who supports another in a potentially dangerous flying environment. ... The field of view is the part of the observable world that is seen at any given moment. ... The newest version of the Great Fox in Star Fox Command. ... Slippy Toad is a fictional toad character, from the Star Fox series. ... Peppy Hare is a fictional character from the Star Fox series of video games. ... Falco may refer to: // Birds of the genus Falco, better known as the Falcons The Italian word for Hawk. ...


Among Star Fox 64's features is the in-game sampled voice speech that replaced the chatter from the original game. However, the original chatter, referred to as "Lylat" in the language option-screen, can be enabled in the PAL version, though the feature is not in the Japanese and American NTSC versions. The game relies much more heavily on dialogue than the original, and together with the cinematic sequences, they drive the story forward. This dialogue has also become the target of parody in recent years, especially the repetitive phrases of Peppy Hare, particularly the phrase "Do a barrel roll!" The PAL region is a video game publication territory which covers Australasia and the majority of Eurasia. ... The references in this article would be clearer with a different and/or consistent style of citation, footnoting or external linking. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ... A barrel roll occurs when an object (usually an airplane or roller coaster) makes a complete rotation on its longitudinal axis while following a helical path, approximately maintaining its original direction. ...

One route through the game.
One route through the game.

Instead of the fixed series of levels of the original (determined by the difficulty level chosen), many of the levels branch out to two different levels, with the "upper" branch requiring the player to accomplish a certain task.[8] If the task is completed, the end of the level will read "Mission Accomplished." However, if this task is not achieved, the ending will read "Mission Complete", and the player must take the "downward" route. (Some levels can also result in "Mission Failed".) The levels correspond loosely to the difficulty levels of the original Star Fox, with routes color coded blue, yellow, and red to represent the easy, normal, and hard levels of difficulty respectively. Many of the forced paths bring the Star Fox team into contact with the Star Wolf team, a nemesis squadron originally slated to appear in the unreleased Star Fox 2. Screenshot from Lylat Wars for the N64 - An Actual N64 screenshot (not from emulator) taken by me Deinterlaced with DScaler This is a screenshot of a copyrighted computer game or video game. ... Screenshot from Lylat Wars for the N64 - An Actual N64 screenshot (not from emulator) taken by me Deinterlaced with DScaler This is a screenshot of a copyrighted computer game or video game. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Star Wolf is a fictional team of mercenaries in the Star Fox series of video games. ...


Finally, to add replay challenge, the game features awardable "medals," which are earned by accomplishing a mission with all wingmen intact and having achieved a certain hit total.[8] These totals are often a high percentage of the total enemies on the stage, leaving little room for error. Obtaining medals results in unlocking bonus features, such as a sound test and the ability to use the Landmaster tank and fight on foot in multiplayer mode. Acquiring all medals unlocks a new "Expert" mode in which there are more enemies per level, the player's Arwing takes more damage (a direct collision with solid obstacles will destroy any of the Arwing's wings in one hit), and Fox wears sunglasses similar to his father's. Acquiring all medals on Expert mode unlocks a new title screen for the game. This article does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses (RB2132 901L) Sunglasses are a visual aid, variously termed spectacles or glasses, which feature lenses that are coloured or darkened to prevent strong light from reaching the eyes. ...


Multiplayer

Star Fox 64 features multiplayer support for up to four players simultaneously.[8] At first users can only choose to play using the Arwing spaceship, but by earning the proper amount of medals in Story Mode, players can choose the Landmaster tank, or the ability to play as the pilot on foot. Unlike the main game, players cannot upgrade to hyper lasers, although players can upgrade to twin lasers, and can only carry a maximum of one smart bomb at a time. The Landmaster is a tank used by Fox McCloud in the Star Fox series of video games. ...


Vehicles

The Landmaster tank on Titania.

The Arwing is the primary craft used by the Star Fox team. It is a spacecraft armed with one standard laser (which can be upgraded to twin or hyper lasers) and is capable of firing smart Bombs which help clear the area of enemy craft.[8] As with all of the Star Fox series, barrel rolling is an integral part of gameplay because the ship deflects lasers while performing a barrel roll. The Arwing can also use its boost meter to perform three special moves to avoid collisions and get the drop on pursuers: boost, brake, and loop. In all-range mode, a U-turn option is available. Image File history File links N64starfox2. ... Image File history File links N64starfox2. ... The Star Fox: Assault Arwing. ... The Space Shuttle Discovery as seen from the International Space Station. ... The Star Fox: Assault Arwing. ...


A tank-like vehicle called the Landmaster is only used on two levels in the entire game, MacBeth and Titania. The Landmaster has one standard laser, which can only be upgraded to twin lasers in multiplayer mode. Like the Arwing, the Landmaster can perform a barrel roll and fire Smart Bombs. The barrel roll performed by the Landmaster, however, is used only as an evasionary tactic because it doesn't deflect lasers. The Landmaster can hover a short while in addition to being able to perform a boost.[8] The Landmaster is a tank used by Fox McCloud in the Star Fox series of video games. ... Hovering means that a machine can levitate over the ground using a force that operate opposite the gravity force. ...


The Blue Marine, a submarine designed by Slippy Toad, can only be used on Aquas, which houses a primarily aquatic environment. The Blue Marine has one standard laser which can be upgraded to twin or hyper lasers, and also has an unlimited supply of torpedoes which not only damage enemies but also allow the player to see when there is limited light. The Lylat System during the time of Star Fox Command, roughly 9-11 years after the events of Star Fox 64 The Star Fox series of video games from Nintendo features a number of fictional planets and locations. ... The torpedo, historically called a locomotive torpedo, is a self-propelled explosive projectile weapon, launched above or below the water surface, propelled underwater toward a target, and designed to detonate on contact or in proximity to a target. ...


Story

Fox flying through Corneria City.

While the plot of Star Fox 64 is largely the same as the plot of the original Star Fox, Star Fox 64 goes into more detail about the storyline. The events of this game are known as the Lylat Wars, named after the game's European title. Strange activity is spotted on the planet Venom, part of the Lylat system, where the evil scientist Andross has been exiled.[9] The governing planet, Corneria, sends the Star Fox team to investigate. They consist of pilots James McCloud, Peppy Hare, and Pigma Dengar. After arriving at Venom, Pigma betrays the team, causing James and Peppy to be captured by Andross. Peppy escapes Venom, but James does not return.[10] Image File history File links N64starfox1. ... Image File history File links N64starfox1. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ... Corneria is the most important planet on the fictional Lylat System from the Star Fox series of video games, for other planets from the Star Fox series, go to List of Star Fox planets. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ...


Some time later, strange activity is noticed again and a new Star Fox team, consisting of Fox McCloud (the player), Falco Lombardi, Peppy Hare, and Slippy Toad, is sent to investigate.[11] After battling their way through several stages, including planets and asteroid fields, and defeating their rivals Star Wolf (Wolf O'Donnell, Leon Powalski, Pigma Dengar, and Andrew Oikonny), Star Fox reaches Venom and defeats Andross. Afterwards, General Pepper asks the members of the team to become members of the Cornerian army, but they decline the offer.[12][13] This article does not cite any references or sources. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ... // This is a list of characters from the Star Fox series of video games. ... The eight planets and three dwarf planets of the Solar System. ... The asteroid belt is a region of the solar system falling roughly between the planets Mars and Jupiter where the greatest concentration of asteroid orbits can be found. ...


If Venom is approached from Area 6, Andross will be fought as would normally occur if Venom was approached from Bolse, but then he transforms into his "true self," a floating brain with two shooting eyes. After "truly" defeating him, James McCloud, Fox's father, shows Fox the way out. When they make it out, they return to Corneria, and the ending is slightly different.


After the credits, there is a bill from Star Fox (as they are mercenaries) which presents the number of enemies killed, and multiplies that to turn it into a price. General Pepper gives a statement based on the price (which varies from the number of enemies killed). If the price is below $70,000 he will say, "This is one steep bill....but it's worth it." The second thing he says, if the price is over $70,000, is, in a rather shocked tone, "Whaat?!" Then the player presses a button to stamp the bill, thus bringing the player back to the Main Menu.


Reception

Reviews and awards
Publication Score
All Game Guide 4.5 of 5[14]
IGN.com 8.7 of 10[15]
GameSpot 8.3 of 10[3]
Edge 9 of 10[16]
Famitsu 36 of 40
Compilations of multiple reviews
Game Rankings 90 of 100 (based on 13 reviews)[17]
Metacritic 88 of 100 (based on 16 reviews)[18]

Acclaimed by many reviewers, Star Fox 64 was one of the top-selling games of 1997, second only to Mario Kart 64.[19] In the first five days of the game's U.S. launch, over 300,000 copies were sold, surpassing the record previously held by Mario Kart 64 and Super Mario 64.[20] Sales were considerably less in Japan, where it sold 75,595 copies during the first week of sale.[21] The game also took the #73 spot in Nintendo Power's "Top 200 Nintendo Games Ever". All Media Guide (commonly known as AMG), is the company which maintains All Music Guide, All Game Guide and All Movie Guide. ... IGN is a multimedia news and reviews website that focuses heavily on video games. ... GameSpot is a video gaming website that provides news, reviews, previews, downloads, and other information. ... Edge is a multi-format computer and video game magazine published by Future Publishing in the United Kingdom. ... Cover art for Issue 1 of Famitsū magazine, June 1986, then known as Famicom Tsūshin Famitsū abbreviated ファミ Fami) is a Japanese video game magazine published by Enterbrain, Inc. ... Game Rankings is a website which keeps track of video game reviews from other sites, and combines them to present an average rating for each game. ... Metacritic is a website that collates reviews of music albums, games, movies, TV shows, DVDs and books. ... Mario Kart 64 ) is a racing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64 video game console. ... Super Mario 64 ) is a top-selling platform game developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. ... This article is about the Nintendo of America produced publication. ...


GameSpot noted that Star Fox 64 is "an instant classic" and was impressed by the voice acting. Glenn Rubenstein, the reviewer, noted that the game is "a pleasure to look at" and liked the cinematic quality of the storyline. It's also rated on the Wii 7.6 for its aging graphics, sound and a breeze to finish the game, not to mention that it's better control on the Gamecube controller.[3] Although other reviewers such as IGN said that the game is "extremely repetitive" and that the music quality was not as good as the original Star Fox, they still praised the branching system and "intelligently designed levels" which compensate for those points.[15]


Star Fox 64 toys were included with Taco Bell kids meals alongside four other Nintendo themed toys in 1997.[22] Nintendo Power subscribers received a promotional video prior to Star Fox 64's release (the same tactic was used to promote Donkey Kong Country for the SNES as well as Hey You, Pikachu! for the N64) that advertised the game's cinematic presentation, as well as new features like the Rumble Pak and voice acting. It revolves around two agents of Sega and Sony (who, at the time, were Nintendo's biggest competitors) kidnapping Nintendo employees and forcing them to reveal information about the upcoming Star Fox title by "torturing" a Mario doll.[23] Taco Bell Corp. ... This article is about the Nintendo of America produced publication. ... Donkey Kong Country, released in Japan as Super Donkey Kong ), is a video game developed by Rare and Nintendo, featuring the popular arcade character, Donkey Kong. ... Hey You, Pikachu! is a Nintendo 64 game released in 2000. ... Sega Corporation ) is a multinational Japanese video game software and hardware development company, and a former home computer and console manufacturer. ... Sony Corporation ) is a Japanese multinational corporation and one of the worlds largest media conglomerates with revenue of $66. ... Mario ) is a video game character created by Japanese game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and the official mascot of Nintendo. ...


References

  1. ^ Why did you make Star Fox 64 a remake of the original Star Fox? (Star Fox 64 Official Player's Guide)
  2. ^ "Star Fox 64 was the first game to feature Rumble Pak support..." GameSpy: Star Fox 64, GameSpy. Retrieved on 2006-06-26.
  3. ^ a b c Star Fox 64 for Nintendo 64 Review. GameSpot. Retrieved on 2006-06-13.
  4. ^ http://www.arwinglanding.net/sf64/index.php?page=characters
  5. ^ http://www.arwinglanding.net/sf64/index.php?page=characters
  6. ^ http://www.arwinglanding.net/sf64/index.php?page=characters
  7. ^ http://www.arwinglanding.net/sf64/index.php?page=characters
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i (1997) in Nintendo: Star Fox 64 Instruction Booklet (in English). Nintendo of America. 
  9. ^ Five years later, General Pepper notices strange activity coming from Venom. (Star Fox 64)
  10. ^ Peppy barely escaped Venom and returned home to tell James' son Fox about his father's fate. (Star Fox 64)
  11. ^ General Pepper: We need your help Star Fox! Andross has declared war! He’s invaded the Lylat System and is trying to take over Corneria! Our army alone can’t do the job, hurry Starfox! (Star Fox 64)
  12. ^ General Pepper: Star Fox, we are in your debt. I would be honored to have you as a part of the Cornerian army. (Star Fox 64)
  13. ^ Fox: Oh no, Sir. We prefer doing things our own way. (Star Fox 64)
  14. ^ Star Fox 64 > Overview. All Game Guide. Retrieved on 2007-01-07.
  15. ^ a b IGN: Star Fox 64. IGN. Retrieved on 2006-07-24.
  16. ^ Edge Online. Edge Online. Retrieved on 2006-07-24.
  17. ^ Star Fox 64 reviews. Gamerankings. Retrieved on 2006-07-24.
  18. ^ Star Fox 64 Reviews. metacritic.com. Retrieved on 2006-07-24.
  19. ^ Famighetti, Robert (Nov 1, 1998). The World Almanac and Book of Facts. World Almanac Books. ISBN 0-88687-832-2. 
  20. ^ StarFox Paves Record Breaking Path. ign.com. Retrieved on 2006-07-24.
  21. ^ N-sider.com: Star Fox 64. n-sider.com. Retrieved on 2006-07-24.
  22. ^ Picture of Taco Bell's N64 promotion. The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved on 2006-12-09.
  23. ^ Star Fox 64 Promo Video. YouTube. Retrieved on 2007-02-19.

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