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I'm giving it three stars simply because Star Fox has been a huge part of my childhood and life so it was great to see Nintendo try again but that's all it was. a Try. If you are looking to relive your SNES Star Fox or SF64 days you are better off buying the 64 remake on the 3DS or the 64 port on either the Wii or Wii U. The story is the same as before except even more empty with a promise of a big reveal that has something to do with those portals. I wont spoil it, but it's lame. Very lame. For those that were a fan of the hard story ending in 64, you are unfortunately out of luck as there is nothing you can do to alter the end game story.
Annoyed that good ol' Amazon claimed it comes with Star Fox Guard, even though it didn't. But whatever it's a visually pretty game with pretty crazy controls. I wouldn't recommend getting it full price unless you manage to find a brand new unopened one. The storyline is relatively short, it's a new Star Fox reboot. While it manages to be the most interesting & fun Star Fox in the series, it certainly left something to be desired: button mapping, no forced motion controls, true co-op, online capabilities. I will recommend this game to anyone looking for a challenge or to hardcore Star Fox fans. But in reality this game could've used a lot more content.
Not the most exciting game. It is unique in how it utilizes the console and the gamepad together but I was hoping for more but perhaps my memories of the N64 version of the game set too high of expectations for me. The game is fun albeit if you have skills you will be done with the game in a single day (5 to 10 hours).
I really want to like this game, but just as everyone has probably said before me, the controls are really what hurt this game. Graphics look great, the levels and boss fights are very immersive. The only downside are the controls. They are difficult to learn and hinder the experience some.
But the controls just don't work as well as I want them to, and I spent most of the game looking at a SD game-pad when I wanted to be looking at the HDTV screen.
But if you can get past that there is a pretty decent offering there to be had, but don't expect much more than what they would offer in 1997... cause if there is one thing that bothers me about this game is simply the lack of content. On the N64 I totally see that cartridge sizes were a big deal back in the day, but you are looking at the Blue Ray disks we have today... 12 levels is not enough. Look at Super Mario 3D world and then come back.
I want to be nice to this game cause it has full 6 axis control on the r-wings like any good space shooter should have, but it really does not go far enough in places and then tries too hard to make the controls the way they think are good.
I bought this game and I simply have mixed feeling about it, and its really hard to recommend it to anyone as its controls are either a hit or miss. And even then I have not talked about the lack of multi-player... or online multi-player... Come on Nintendo, if the 3DS can there is no reason the Wii U can't!
Nostalgia not nearly enough to keep this game interesting. Has a lot of recognizable elements. I was expecting more emphasis on multiplayer, which is where this game has a lot of potential, but was left wanting (especially since you have to unlock a lot of the multiplayer content!).
Another good solid "Meh" by Nintendo. Not sure how long these guys can call it in before I stop buying the franchise games. Put some thought behind story and content!
The product itself came as described, the game itself was sadly disappointing. The graphics, fire response and story are classic Star Fox, but the whole aiming the reticle with the game pad while also steering is incredibly frustrating. So very disappointing... I'm a big fan of the Star Fox franchise. Hopefully Nintendo can remedy this in future games(?)
After finally getting used (more or less) to the motion controls and switching between views, the controls weren't too bad. I know I just need more practice. The Walker is a bit awkward at times, but not terrible. Honestly, my main main issue with this game is how short it is for the price point. Yes it comes with a second game and it kinda needs to for the given price and lack of main story content. If you know what you're doing and you don't account for learning times, the main plot can be beaten in roughly 4.5 hours. Other content, maybe an additional 6. For a 100%, maybe 20+ hours. So if you're a completionist, then you might get your money's worth. But for the casual gamer who doesn't even really care for flight simulators outside of the star fox universe, it's a little overpriced.
I grew up playing Star Fox 64. It was one of my favorite games. Naturally, I was very excited for the release of Star Fox Zero. The game looked amazing when it debuted at E3 and I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. The game itself (the different worlds) were exactly as I'd hoped. I wanted a reboot of Star Fox 64 and that is exactly what I got. It was Star Fox 64 with all of the enhancements of the future.
The unfortunate thing, however, was the un-intuitive controls. Nintendo tried really hard to incorporate the GamePad as a primary control for the Arwing, but it ended up being clunky and confusing. I am sure that with time, one could get used to the difficult controls. Another complaint is the forced perspective on some worlds, particularly, during the Andross boss fight. It is very confusing and disorienting trying to control the Arwing when your perspective is forced in a way that it was not for the rest of the game. It is because of this that I have not yet finished the game.
I was hoping for a fantastic reboot of the Star Fox franchise, but all I got was a game that was more frustrating to play than it was fun. Please Nintendo, fix the controls on this game!