History VideoGame / StarFoxAssault

16th Sep '17 2:29:28 PM nombretomado
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* PsychoStrings: Present in the intro to the music for the Sargasso Space Hideout, which is actually an orchestral version of the music for Sector Y and Solar from ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. (However, the original version of the song just had regular strings, and the version in the Nintendo3DS remake of ''64'' does as well.)

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* PsychoStrings: Present in the intro to the music for the Sargasso Space Hideout, which is actually an orchestral version of the music for Sector Y and Solar from ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. (However, the original version of the song just had regular strings, and the version in the Nintendo3DS UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS remake of ''64'' does as well.)
14th Aug '17 8:50:41 AM Luigifan
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* EvilIsNotAToy: Pigma tried to use the Core Memory he stole to bend the Aparoids to his will. [[spoiler:It worked for a while, but he got assimilated in the end, winding up as a MouthOfSauron until the Star Fox team put him out of his misery.]]



* HitboxDissonance: Especially because of his tail, Fox's hitbox sometimes appears to be larger than it is graphically, which makes him pretty easy to hit from the side. This also counts for Krystal, Falco and Wolf.

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* HitboxDissonance: Especially because of his tail, Fox's hitbox sometimes appears to be larger than it is graphically, which makes him pretty easy to hit from the side. This also counts for Krystal, Falco Falco, and Wolf.



* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: The Star Fox team is dispatched to Katina in order to rescue whoever sent the distress signals on the planet, and eliminate the aparoid menace. Upon defeating it, its revealed that the person who sent the distress signal was actually Pigma, and what's worse, he "repaid" their risking their lives to save the sender by stealing the core memory that Fox intended to retrieve to find out more about the aparoids to stop their invasion.

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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: The Star Fox team is dispatched to Katina in order to rescue whoever sent the distress signals on the planet, and eliminate the aparoid menace. Upon defeating it, its it's revealed that the person who sent the distress signal was actually Pigma, and what's worse, he "repaid" their risking their lives to save the sender by stealing the core memory that Fox intended to retrieve to find out more about the aparoids to stop their invasion.



* OutOfCharacterAlert: The hallucination created by the aparoid queen of [[spoiler:Fox's father James [=McCloud=] trying to convince Fox to surrender to the aparoids seconds after entering the Queen's chamber. As shown in the best ending of ''Star Fox 64'', James would ''never'' tell Fox to give up, and Fox even lampshades it moments after.]]

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* OutOfCharacterAlert: The hallucination created by the aparoid queen of [[spoiler:Fox's father James [=McCloud=] trying to convince Fox to surrender to the aparoids seconds after entering the Queen's chamber. As shown in the best ending of ''Star Fox 64'', [[ImposterForgotOneDetail James would ''never'' would]] ''[[ImposterForgotOneDetail never]]'' [[ImposterForgotOneDetail tell Fox to give up, up]], and Fox even lampshades it moments after.]]



* RammingAlwaysWorks: After the shield protecting the aparoid homeworld entrance fails to go down [[spoiler:Peppy crashes the damaged Great Fox into it. This drops the shield but destroys the ship in the process.]]

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* RammingAlwaysWorks: After the shield protecting the aparoid homeworld entrance fails to go down down, [[spoiler:Peppy crashes the damaged Great Fox into it. This drops the shield shield, but destroys the ship in the process.]]



* SavedForTheSequel: During the final mission, the Star Wolf team draw off the enemy ships pursuing the Star Fox team, allowing them to reach the game's FinalBoss, and are not seen again, leaving it unclear whether they survived (Although Fox implies in the ending that they did survive). There has been another game released in the series since then and all three members of Star Wolf did appear, confirming that they did survive, though there is ongoing debate among the fandom over whether that game is canon or not.

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* SavedForTheSequel: During the final mission, the Star Wolf team draw off the enemy ships pursuing the Star Fox team, allowing them to reach the game's FinalBoss, and are not seen again, leaving it unclear whether they survived (Although (although Fox implies in the ending that they did survive). There has been another game released in the series since then and all three members of Star Wolf did appear, confirming that they did survive, though there is ongoing debate among the fandom over whether that game is canon or not.



* ShoutOut: The aparoids, in a last ditch effort to prevent the completion of the aparoid self-destruct program, has various missiles that are both sent via hyperspace wormhole and implied to be powerful enough to destroy a planet should they target it (especially the largest segmented one), similar to the particle disintegrator warheads fired by the Galaxy Gun in ''ComicBook/DarkEmpire''.

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* ShoutOut: The aparoids, in a last ditch last-ditch effort to prevent the completion of the aparoid self-destruct program, has various missiles that are both sent via hyperspace wormhole and implied to be powerful enough to destroy a planet should they target it (especially the largest segmented one), similar to the particle disintegrator warheads fired by the Galaxy Gun in ''ComicBook/DarkEmpire''.
8th Aug '17 7:40:52 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* BalancePowerSkillGimmick: In the multiplayer, Fox has average stats, while Falco is fragile and has the best Arwing skill, Slippy has a lot of health and has poor Arwing skill, and Krystal has medium-low stats and tends to get barriers a lot (the gimmick).

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* BalancePowerSkillGimmick: In the multiplayer, Fox has average stats, while Falco is fragile and has the best Arwing skill, Slippy has a lot of health and has poor Arwing skill, skill (but has the best Landmaster skill), and Krystal has medium-low stats and tends to get barriers a lot (the gimmick).
6th Aug '17 7:07:38 PM DustSnitch
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: Normally, if you fall off a ledge, Fox will immediately reappear on another point of the map. However, if the player does so ''after'' completing all mission objectives, Fox is still shown falling down to his death before the results screen comes up.

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: DevelopersForesight: Normally, if you fall off a ledge, Fox will immediately reappear on another point of the map. However, if the player does so ''after'' completing all mission objectives, Fox is still shown falling down to his death before the results screen comes up.



* FiveTokenBand
** TheLeader: Fox
** TheLancer: Falco
** TheSmartGuy: Slippy
** MentorArchetype: Peppy
** TheChick: Krystal
13th Jun '17 8:39:29 PM gjjones
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* BigDamnHeroes:
** In Mission 7, Star Wolf arrives to destroy the aparoids. By the end of the mission, when General Pepper's ship is critically damaged by Fox, Peppy rescues General Pepper with his Arwing.
** Star Wolf also helps the Star Fox team destroy the Aparoid missiles targeting the Orbital Gate in Mission 8.
** Towards the end of the game, Peppy pulls a big one when [[spoiler:he rams the Great Fox]] to have his comrades [[spoiler:invade the Aparoid Homeworld]].



* JustAKid: The English dialog has Wolf refer to Fox as "pup".

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* JustAKid: The English dialog dialogue has Wolf refer to Fox as "pup".
13th Jun '17 8:32:23 PM gjjones
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* BigNo: Fox when he is forced to fight General Pepper before the latter is fully assimilated.
4th Jun '17 9:43:30 PM Sammettik
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** Wolf's outfit brought back the shoulder spikes that characterized his outfit in the [[{{Vaporware}} unreleased]] ''VideoGame/StarFox2''.

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** Wolf's outfit brought back the shoulder spikes that characterized his outfit in the [[{{Vaporware}} unreleased]] unreleased ''VideoGame/StarFox2''.
4th Jun '17 9:42:10 PM Sammettik
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* [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Fox Is About To Shoot You]]

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* %%* [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Fox Is About To Shoot You]]



* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Oikonny and Pigma, debatably (although the latter is a lot less ambiguous).]]
15th Feb '17 12:25:07 PM longWriter
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* AfterActionVillainAnalysis: After beating the final boss, Fox pauses before making his escape to calmly muse on the enemy's plans, and how they couldn't have worked...at least not the way the enemy had hoped.
30th Jan '17 9:45:02 PM Ominae
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''VideoGame/StarFox Assault'' is the direct sequel to ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', and returned more to the genre and gameplay of the preceding ''VideoGame/StarFox'' games ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'' and ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. It was released on UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube in 2005. Continuing the trend of all ''Star Fox'' games (except ''64''), the game was not developed by Creator/{{Nintendo}} itself -- this time, ''Assault'' was developed by {{Namco}}.

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''VideoGame/StarFox Assault'' is the direct sequel to ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', and returned more to the genre and gameplay of the preceding ''VideoGame/StarFox'' games ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'' and ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. It was released on UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube in 2005. Continuing the trend of all ''Star Fox'' games (except ''64''), the game was not developed by Creator/{{Nintendo}} itself -- this time, ''Assault'' was developed by {{Namco}}.
[[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco]].
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