History VideoGame / StarFox1

21st Jun '16 8:39:17 AM MarkWilder
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%%* BossBattle

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%%* BossBattle* BossBattle: At the end of each and every stage.



%%* ReactorBoss: The Atomic Bases.

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%%* * ReactorBoss: The Atomic Bases.



%%* PivotalBoss: The Atomic Bases.

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%%* * PivotalBoss: The Atomic Bases.



%%* VictoryFakeout: Phantron.

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%%* * VictoryFakeout: Phantron.Phantron, just before it goes OneWingedAngel.
21st Jun '16 8:34:05 AM MarkWilder
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* SpaceWhale: In Sector Y, if you shoot all the small orange stingrays, a space whale shows up and drops a slew of powerups just before you encounter the boss. In the tie-in [[ComicStrip/StarFox Nintendo Power comic,]] this is said to actually be [[http://oldgamemags.tumblr.com/post/135740771372/nintendo-power-51-august-1993-star-fox-comic the visual manifestation of a trans-dimensional spaceship]] that saved Fox's father, Fox [=McCloud=] Senior, leaving him [[YouCantGoHomeAgain permanently shifted to that dimension.]][[note]][[AdaptationNameChange Fox Senior was renamed James [=McCloud=] in the reboot.]][[/note]]
20th Jun '16 11:17:48 PM MarkWilder
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* AnyoneCanDie: Unlike later games, any of your wingmates can be shot down for the rest of the playthrough.

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* AnyoneCanDie: Unlike later games, any of your wingmates can be shot down for the rest of the playthrough. [[http://www.glitterberri.com/star-fox/message-from-god/ According to Takaya Imamura]], the reasoning behind this element of the game is to make the player ''[[PlayerPunch feel]]'' the tragedy when they lose a wingman [[VideogameCaringPotential they've grown attached to.]]
--> Takaya Imamura: "It’s pretty tragic when your allies are defeated, so players ought to realize at some point that they’ve begun to feel empathy towards them."
17th Jun '16 12:38:40 PM MarkWilder
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* TheUnfought: According to both the [[AllThereInTheManual Mission File Printout]] and the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]], the giant face that Fox faces on Venom is actually a [[MyselfMyAvatar remote-controlled computer designed to allow Andross to oversee Venom's army without actually being there himself.]] This is also implied by his trophy description in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee''. He is still unfought in the [[{{Vaporware}} unreleased]] ''Star Fox 2'', as the only thing that appears is [[ActuallyADoombot just another control computer.]] It's worth noting that the control unit is [[HeartDrive the cube]] ''[[HeartDrive inside]]'' [[HeartDrive the face,]] and not the face itself, which is more like a [[TheKidWithTheRemoteControl robotic guardian.]]
16th Jun '16 1:45:12 PM MarkWilder
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It's probably safe to say both ''Star Fox'' and ''Star Fox 2'' are a different DarkerAndEdgier {{canon}} compared to ''VideoGame/StarFox64'' and its sequels (though it's more accurate to say that ''Star Fox 64'' was LighterAndSofter than them).

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It's probably safe to say both ''Star Fox'' and ''Star Fox 2'' are both represent a different DarkerAndEdgier {{canon}} compared to ''VideoGame/StarFox64'' and its sequels (though it's more accurate to say that ''Star Fox 64'' was LighterAndSofter than them).
9th Jun '16 9:24:19 PM MarkWilder
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* OrchestralBombing: Just like the entry for AutobotsRockOut above, this is ''also'' thanks to Hajime Hirasawa, who left Nintendo after working on this game. The 1993 game and unreleased 1995 game had a very differently styled orchestra soundtrack than ''VideoGame/StarFox64'' or its sequels, with a heavier emphasis on {{Fanfare}}. Some of Hirasawa's compositions were rearranged for ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', both by him and by fellow composers like Creator/KenjiIto.
5th Jun '16 5:45:51 AM Sestren_NK
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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Fanfare Fanfare]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wkh1oHqqY The Main theme is an utterly amazing piece of videogame music.]]

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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Fanfare Fanfare]]: {{Fanfare}}: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wkh1oHqqY The Main theme is an utterly amazing piece of videogame music.]]
5th Jun '16 12:09:26 AM MarkWilder
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* Fanfare: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wkh1oHqqY The Main theme is an utterly amazing piece of videogame music.]]

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* Fanfare: [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Fanfare Fanfare]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wkh1oHqqY The Main theme is an utterly amazing piece of videogame music.]]
5th Jun '16 12:07:52 AM MarkWilder
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* Fanfare: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wkh1oHqqY The Main theme is an utterly amazing piece of videogame music.]]
30th May '16 4:29:24 PM Saurubiker
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''Star Fox'' (released as ''Starwing'' in Europe), jointly developed by Creator/{{Nintendo}} and Creator/ArgonautSoftware, was the very first entry of the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' series. It was released in 1993 near-simultaneously as a UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo video game and [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic series]]; the comic actually began publication before the game itself was released, providing the first introduction to the game's story, setting and characters.

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''Star Fox'' (released as ''Starwing'' in Europe), jointly developed by Creator/{{Nintendo}} and Creator/ArgonautSoftware, was the very first entry of the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' series. It was released in 1993 near-simultaneously as a UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo video game and for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem alongside an accompanying [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic series]]; series]] on ''NintendoPower'' magazine; the comic actually began publication before the game itself was released, providing the first introduction to the game's story, setting and characters.
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