History Videogame / StarFox64

14th Sep '16 11:28:46 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* SkippableBoss: The Mechbeth weapon tied to the supply train on Macbeth, which goes down if the train it's tied to does.

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* SkippableBoss: SkippableBoss:
** Entering a warp zone in a particular stage will additionally skip the stage's boss.
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The Mechbeth weapon tied to the supply train on Macbeth, which goes down if the train it's tied to does.
22nd Aug '16 10:52:33 AM gjjones
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** In the Katina mission, Saucerer approaches the base and sends out the enemy craft through four hatches. If the four hatches are destroyed or if you drag it out for a bit, the core will appear. Delay for too long, and Saucerer will destroy the base.
22nd Aug '16 10:46:08 AM gjjones
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* CatastrophicCountdown: During the Fichina mission, Slippy notices several enemy craft leaving the captured base. [[MissionControl ROB 64]] informs the team that the enemy planted a bomb in the base; before anyone can defuse it, they must deal with an attack by Star Wolf. If you drag out the battle, you'll notice the base starting to spark and billow forth a few small explosions. Delay for too long, and Star Wolf will taunt you as the Sparks explode and they flee victoriously.

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* CatastrophicCountdown: CatastrophicCountdown:
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During the Fichina mission, Slippy notices several enemy craft leaving the captured base. [[MissionControl ROB 64]] informs the team that the enemy planted a bomb in the base; before anyone can defuse it, they must deal with an attack by Star Wolf. If you drag out the battle, you'll notice the base starting to spark and billow forth a few small explosions. Delay for too long, and Star Wolf will taunt you as the Sparks explode and they flee victoriously.



* PreMortemOneLiner: Fox gives one to the Meteo Crusher after defeating him.

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* PreMortemOneLiner: Fox gives one to After defeating the Meteo Crusher after defeating him.in the Meteo mission.
20th Aug '16 7:08:25 AM contrafanxxx
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* DownerEnding: Some levels can end this way if you don't meet the objective. For example, Katina may end with Saucerer wiping out the military base and the Cornerian army and Sector Z can end with the ''Great Fox'' getting damaged by a Copperhead missile. Failing Sector Z leads straight to the above-mentioned downer ending for the game itself, as successfully fending off the Copperhead missiles takes the player to Area 6 while failing leads to Bolse. It's even possible to get [[TraumaCongaLine all three of these endings]] in one playthrough if you take the warp route from Sector X to Z after failing Katina.

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* DownerEnding: Some levels can end this way if you don't meet the objective. For example, Fortuna may end with the Star Fox team losing against [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Star Wolf]] and failing to diffuse the bomb, destroying the base, Katina may end with Saucerer wiping out the military base and the Cornerian army and Sector Z can end with the ''Great Fox'' getting damaged by a Copperhead missile. Failing Sector Z leads straight to the above-mentioned downer ending for the game itself, as successfully fending off the Copperhead missiles takes the player to Area 6 while failing leads to Bolse. It's even possible to get [[TraumaCongaLine all three of these endings]] in one playthrough if you take the warp route from Sector X to Z after failing Katina.
1st Aug '16 5:47:11 PM MissConception
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!! ''Star Fox 64'' and ''Star Fox 64 3D'' provide examples of:

* TwoDSpace: Sector Z is pretexted entirely on the ''Great Fox'''s inability to fly around a debris field or turn 90 degrees to the right.

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!! ''Star Fox 64'' and ''Star Fox 64 3D'' provide provides examples of:

* TwoDSpace: Sector Z is pretexted entirely on the ''Great Fox'''s Great Fox's inability to fly around a debris field or turn 90 degrees to the right.
1st Aug '16 5:45:33 PM MissConception
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!! ''Star Fox 64'' and the 3DS remake provides examples of:

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!! ''Star Fox 64'' and the 3DS remake provides ''Star Fox 64 3D'' provide examples of:
1st Aug '16 5:44:55 PM MissConception
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At this point, the plot is StrictlyFormula: in the few years since Andross's exile, he has amassed an impressive imperial force, declared war and invaded most of the Lylat system. With Andross's army advancing on the capital of Corneria, General Pepper has little option but to contact the new Star Fox team headed by Fox [=McCloud=]. Along with [[AcePilot Falco Lombardi]], [[ParentalSubstitute Peppy Hare]], [[GadgeteerGenius Slippy Toad]] [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and ROB/NUS64]], your skill will determine
if Fox [=McCloud=]'s name goes down in Lylat history as a champion of the people or a space rogue scoundrel.

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At this point, the plot is StrictlyFormula: in the few years since Andross's exile, he has amassed an impressive imperial force, declared war and invaded most of the Lylat system. With Andross's army advancing on the capital of Corneria, General Pepper has little option but to contact the new Star Fox team headed by Fox [=McCloud=]. Along with [[AcePilot Falco Lombardi]], [[ParentalSubstitute Peppy Hare]], [[GadgeteerGenius Slippy Toad]] [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and ROB/NUS64]], your skill will determine
determine if Fox [=McCloud=]'s name goes down in Lylat history as a champion of the people or a space rogue scoundrel.
1st Aug '16 5:43:57 PM MissConception
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''Star Fox 64'', known in Australia and Europe as ''Lylat Wars'', was the most successful game in the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' franchise, published on the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} in 1997. It was the ContinuityReboot of the ''Star Fox'' franchise, which had previously started with ''{{VideoGame/Star Fox|1}}'' on the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1993. ''64'' recycled and expanded upon many elements of the 1993 game's story.

The story begins with Andross, a [[MadScientist brilliant but immoral scientist]] whose dangerous experiments have nearly destroyed the Lylat System. As punishment Andross is exiled by General Pepper to the barren lifeless planet [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace Venom]]. Five years later however Pepper notices strange activity coming from the supposedly desolate world. The Star Fox team consisting of James [=McCloud=], Peppy Hare, and Pigma Dengar are [[PrivateMilitaryContractors hired]] to investigate. Upon arrival Star Fox discoverers Andross has been building up an army in secret with the goal of exacting revenge upon the Lylat System.

However, before they can return and inform Pepper, [[FaceHeelTurn Pigma betrays the team]] and James is supposedly killed by Andross. Peppy barely escapes capture and returns home to inform James' son [[TheHero Fox McCloud]] about his father's fate. Vowing to avenge his death, Fox and Peppy help rebuild the team with new members [[GadgeteerGenius Slippy Toad]] and [[AcePilot Falco Lombardi]]. With the passing of a few more years Andross's army has declared war against the Lylat System. With an invasion force mounting against the capital planet of Corneria, General Pepper turns to the new Star Fox team to free the system and defeat Andross once again.

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''Star Fox 64'', known in Australia and Europe as ''Lylat Wars'', was the most successful game in the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' franchise, published on the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} in 1997. It was the ContinuityReboot serves as a [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] of the ''Star Fox'' franchise, which had previously started with 1993 ''{{VideoGame/Star Fox|1}}'' on the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1993. ''64'' [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]]. ''Star Fox 64'' recycled and expanded upon many elements of in the 1993 game's story.

setting and gameplay.

The story begins with Andross, a [[MadScientist brilliant but immoral scientist]] whose dangerous extreme experiments have nearly destroyed gravely threatened Corneria, the fourth planet of the Lylat System. As punishment Andross is system. He was reprimanded and exiled by General Pepper of the Corneria Defense Force to the barren lifeless frontier planet [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace Venom]]. Five years later however later, Pepper notices strange activity coming from the supposedly desolate barren world. The Star Fox team team, consisting of James [=McCloud=], Peppy Hare, and Pigma Dengar are [[PrivateMilitaryContractors hired]] to investigate. Upon arrival Star Fox discoverers Andross has been building up an army in secret with the goal of exacting revenge upon the Lylat System.

However, before they can return and inform Pepper,
arrival, [[FaceHeelTurn Pigma betrays betrayed the team]] and James is supposedly killed by Andross. lost in the scuffle. Peppy barely escapes capture escaped and returns home to inform informed James' son [[TheHero Fox McCloud]] about his father's fate. Vowing fate.

At this point, the plot is StrictlyFormula: in the few years since Andross's exile, he has amassed an impressive imperial force, declared war and invaded most of the Lylat system. With Andross's army advancing on the capital of Corneria, General Pepper has little option but
to avenge his death, contact the new Star Fox and team headed by Fox [=McCloud=]. Along with [[AcePilot Falco Lombardi]], [[ParentalSubstitute Peppy help rebuild the team with new members Hare]], [[GadgeteerGenius Slippy Toad]] [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and [[AcePilot Falco Lombardi]]. With the passing of a few more years Andross's army has declared war against the ROB/NUS64]], your skill will determine
if Fox [=McCloud=]'s name goes down in
Lylat System. With an invasion force mounting against history as a champion of the capital planet of Corneria, General Pepper turns to the new Star Fox team to free the system and defeat Andross once again.
people or a space rogue scoundrel.



''Star Fox 64 3D'' is a VideoGameRemake of ''Star Fox 64'' for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS developed by Q Games, which previously developed ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand''. Also received a college theater adaptation titled ''Theatre/BarrelRollsAndBrokenDreams''.

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''Star Fox 64 3D'' is a VideoGameRemake of ''Star Fox 64'' for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS developed co-developed by Q Games, Nintendo EAD and Creator/QGames, which previously developed ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand''. Also received a college theater adaptation titled ''Theatre/BarrelRollsAndBrokenDreams''.



* ActuallyADoombot: Taking the Easy Route to defeat Andross. Instead of going OneWingedAngel...
* AllThereInTheManual: Several bits of information are only found in the Nintendo Player's Guide. Before the bosses' names gained BossSubtitles in the remake, the guide gave their names, including, as pointed out below, pointing out that the name Granga refers to the pilot of the mech fought during the standard boss fight on Corneria (i.e. if Falco doesn't lead the team to the Attack Carrier instead) rather than the mech itself as with most other fights against manned weapons, including the aforementioned Attack Carrier. The same guide also had an interview with Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto himself regarding the series.

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* ActuallyADoombot: Taking the Easy Route easy route to defeat Andross. Instead of going OneWingedAngel...
* AllThereInTheManual: Several bits of information are only found in the Nintendo Player's Guide. Before the bosses' names gained BossSubtitles in the remake, the guide gave their names, including, as pointed out below, pointing out that the name Granga refers to the pilot of the mech fought during the standard boss fight on Corneria (i.e. if Falco doesn't lead the team to the Attack Carrier instead) rather than the mech itself as with most other fights against manned weapons, including the aforementioned Attack Carrier.names. The same guide also had an interview with Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto himself regarding the series.



'''Train driver''': No! HIT THE BRAKES! I CAN'T STOP IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!

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'''Train driver''': No! HIT THE BRAKES! NO! Hit the breaks!!! I CAN'T can't STOP IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT! IT!



** Katina, where you battle a Film/IndependenceDay-esque mothership and try to stop it from blowing up a Cornerian base.

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** Katina, where you battle a Film/IndependenceDay-esque ''Film/IndependenceDay''-esque mothership and try to stop it from blowing up a Cornerian base.



* BlindIdiotTranslation: Fichina was mistranslated as Fortuna in the original English translation, causing confusion as to why a lush jungle planet's name is now used for one covered in ice. Later games corrected this, with ''Assault'' containing both Fortuna and Fichina and ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand'' making the correction more obvious by having the Lylat System laid out similarly to how it was in ''64''. The 3DS remake translates Fichina's name correctly, too.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: Fichina was mistranslated as Fortuna in the original English translation, causing confusion as to why a lush jungle planet's name is now used for one covered in ice. Later games corrected this, with ''Assault'' containing both Fortuna and Fichina and ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand'' making the correction more obvious by having the Lylat System system laid out similarly to how it was in ''64''. The 3DS remake translates ''Star Fox 64 3D'' and ''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'' translate Fichina's name correctly, too.



** The final path to Andross once you get past the one of the two Venom stages is this. On the easy Bolse path, it's a linear hall with plenty of powerups, a few [[DoorOfDoom Doors of Doom]], and unfortunately, several electric streams (you can destroy the pylons they're coming from). Reaching this part of the game from Area 6, however, presents you with a choice of paths, each with a different line of powerups (keeping right all the way will get you nothing, however.)

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** The final path to Andross once you get past the one of the two Venom stages is this. On the easy Bolse path, it's a linear hall with plenty of powerups, a few [[DoorOfDoom Doors of Doom]], and unfortunately, several electric streams (you can destroy the pylons they're coming from). Reaching this part of the game from Area 6, however, presents you with a choice of paths, each with a different line of powerups (keeping right all the way will get you nothing, however.)however).



* BossSubtitles: The 3DS remake adds these to each boss. Mechbeth's appears right when it appears, which is actually before the last few track switches, so its subtitle is seen even if the train it's tied to is crashed by Fox.

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* BossSubtitles: The 3DS remake ''64 3D'' adds these to each boss. Mechbeth's appears right when it appears, which is actually before the last few track switches, so its subtitle is seen even if the train it's tied to is crashed by Fox.



* DisneyDeath: In the DownerEnding for Katina, Bill is apparently killed along with the rest of the Cornerian Army. The next mission, he shows up to provide backup, to Fox's surprise.
* DownerEnding: Some levels can end this way if you don't meet the objective. For example, Katina may end with Saucerer wiping out the military base and the Cornerian Army and Sector Z can end with the ''Great Fox'' getting damaged by a Copperhead missile. Failing Sector Z leads straight to the above-mentioned downer ending for the game itself, as successfully fending off the Copperhead missiles takes the player to Area 6 while failing leads to Bolse. It's even possible to get [[TraumaCongaLine all three of these endings]] in one playthrough if you take the warp route from Sector X to Z after failing Katina.

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* DisneyDeath: In the DownerEnding for Katina, Bill is apparently killed along with the rest of the Cornerian Army.army. The next mission, he shows up to provide backup, to Fox's surprise.
* DownerEnding: Some levels can end this way if you don't meet the objective. For example, Katina may end with Saucerer wiping out the military base and the Cornerian Army army and Sector Z can end with the ''Great Fox'' getting damaged by a Copperhead missile. Failing Sector Z leads straight to the above-mentioned downer ending for the game itself, as successfully fending off the Copperhead missiles takes the player to Area 6 while failing leads to Bolse. It's even possible to get [[TraumaCongaLine all three of these endings]] in one playthrough if you take the warp route from Sector X to Z after failing Katina.



* EpicFlail: When he's nearly destroyed, the boss of Zoness, the Sarumarine, its pilot will try to use a gigantic ball and chain in his last effort to destroy you. On Expert mode, it's essentially a OneHitKill. The submarine also uses the morning star as soon as he surfaces for the first time, and if he dives down to retrieve a piece of his ship, he'll send the ball out (you can destroy the periscope to hinder his attacks; he'll fire regardless, but start shooting blind.)

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* EpicFlail: When he's nearly destroyed, the boss of Zoness, the Sarumarine, its pilot will try to use a gigantic ball and chain in his last effort to destroy you. On Expert mode, it's essentially a OneHitKill. The submarine also uses the morning star as soon as he surfaces for the first time, and if he dives down to retrieve a piece of his ship, he'll send the ball out (you can destroy the periscope to hinder his attacks; he'll fire regardless, but start shooting blind.)blind).



* EvilIsVisceral: Andross becomes a giant brain in his final stage.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Bolse's full name is Bolse Defense Outpost. Along with Area 6, it defends Venom's airspace, and it apparently is an outpost for Venom troops as enemy fighters do come from within the satellite in retaliation to the destruction of the satellite's shield.
* FakeDifficulty: Expert Mode turns your wings into [[MadeOfPlasticine brittle flaps of plastic]]. If you bump into ''any'' solid object, your wings are gone. Not only will the Arwing drift uncontrollably, but your laser is reverted to the weak single green laser.
* FreezeFrameBonus: If you look closely in the background after beating Andross on the Hard Path, you'll see a shooting star before it fades to the end credits. It can be believed that the star was [[spoiler:James [=McCloud=].]]

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* EvilIsVisceral: Andross becomes is reduced to a giant brain in his final stage.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Bolse's full name is The Bolse Defense Outpost. Along with Area 6, it defends Venom's airspace, and it apparently is an outpost for Venom troops as enemy fighters do come from within the satellite in retaliation to the destruction of the satellite's shield.
* FakeDifficulty: Expert Mode mode turns your wings into [[MadeOfPlasticine brittle flaps of plastic]]. If you bump into ''any'' solid object, your wings are gone. Not only will the Arwing drift uncontrollably, but your laser is reverted to the weak single green laser.
* FreezeFrameBonus: If you look closely in the background after beating Andross on the Hard Path, hard path, you'll see a shooting star before it fades to the end credits. It can be believed that the star was [[spoiler:James [=McCloud=].]]



* GameBreakingBug: After beating Star Wolf on the Hard Path at Venom, if you're in just the right position and facing just the right angle after defeating them, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnr54D1z7MI you'll circle around the entrance indefinitely]] since your ship doesn't have a tight enough turning radius to reach it.

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* GameBreakingBug: After beating Star Wolf on the Hard Path hard path at Venom, if you're in just the right position and facing just the right angle after defeating them, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnr54D1z7MI you'll circle around the entrance indefinitely]] since your ship doesn't have a tight enough turning radius to reach it.



-->'''General:''' ''"Dang!... DEPLOY IT NOW!"''

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-->'''General:''' ''"Dang!... ''"Dang! DEPLOY IT NOW!"''



* KeepTheReward: Subverted. Star Fox takes the reward, but denies the offer to formally join the Cornerian Army.

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* KeepTheReward: Subverted. Star Fox takes the reward, but denies the offer to formally join the Cornerian Army.army.



'''Slippy:''' [[SayMyName FOOOOOX!!!]]\\
'''Fox:''' SLIPPYYYY!!!

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'''Slippy:''' [[SayMyName FOOOOOX!!!]]\\
Fox!!!!]]\\
'''Fox:''' SLIPPYYYY!!!Slippy!!!



* LethalLavaLand: Solar, [[ContinuitySnarl which is either a molten planet or the Lylat System's ''freaking sun'',]] depending on what source you ask. Either way, nothing was expected to be able to survive the heat, but the bioweapon there, Vulcain, apparently didn't get the memo, and [[ArtisticLicenseBiology neither did the birds that serve as enemy fighters.]]
** Nintendo Power claims it is the smaller and less hot of the Lylat System's two suns (this would make the Lylat System a binary star system, which is quite common in our own Milky Way Galaxy.) The old Nintendo of America website, and the [[CanonDiscontinuity questionably canon]] ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand'' claim that Solar is a planet. In ''Videogame/StarFox2'', the Lylat System [[http://cdn.wikimg.net/strategywiki/images/a/ae/SF2_Map.png clearly has a second sun.]] DependingOnTheWriter is clearly in full effect.

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* LethalLavaLand: Solar, [[ContinuitySnarl which is either a molten planet or the Lylat System's a ''freaking sun'',]] star'']], depending on what source you ask.the source. Either way, nothing was expected to be able to survive the heat, but the bioweapon there, Vulcain, apparently didn't get the memo, and [[ArtisticLicenseBiology neither did the birds that serve as enemy fighters.]]
** Nintendo Power claims it is the smaller and less a star, albeit not hot of the Lylat System's two suns (this would make enough to sustain life (potentially making the Lylat System a binary star system, which is quite common in our own Milky Way Galaxy.) galaxy). The old Nintendo of America website, and the [[CanonDiscontinuity questionably canon]] ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand'' claim that Solar is a planet. In ''Videogame/StarFox2'', Incidentally, the Lylat System unproduced ''Videogame/StarFox2'' [[http://cdn.wikimg.net/strategywiki/images/a/ae/SF2_Map.png clearly has depicts the Lylat system with a second sun.]] DependingOnTheWriter is clearly in full effect.



* LighterAndSofter: Compared to ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2]]'', ''Star Fox 64'' has a much lighter tone. In the previous games, downed wingmates are KilledOffForReal, and after the Star Wolf mercenaries fought Star Fox in their fighters, [[SoleSurvivor Wolf himself was the only surviving pilot on his whole team.]] The overall presentation in the previous games was darker too: there was little humor, and the music was generally more foreboding in tone, especially before boss battles. By contrast, in ''Star Fox 64'', wingmen who are shot down are ''temporarily'' taken out of action, and [[JokerImmunity Star Wolf pilots don't die, no matter what happens to them.]] The series became DarkerAndEdgier again with ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2]]'', ''VideoGame/StarFox2'', ''Star Fox 64'' has a much lighter tone. In the previous games, downed wingmates are KilledOffForReal, and after the Star Wolf mercenaries fought Star Fox in their fighters, [[SoleSurvivor Wolf himself was the only surviving pilot on his whole team.]] team]]. The overall presentation in the previous games was darker too: there was little humor, and the music was generally more foreboding in tone, especially before boss battles. By contrast, in ''Star Fox 64'', wingmen who are shot down are ''temporarily'' taken out of action, action (thanks to the Great Fox making an easy retread), and [[JokerImmunity Star Wolf pilots don't die, no matter what happens to them.]] them]]. The series became DarkerAndEdgier again with ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''.



* MarketBasedTitle: Like the SNES game, it was re-titled in Europe to avoid conflicts with a German company named [=StarVox=], this time to ''Lylat Wars''.

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* MarketBasedTitle: Like the SNES game, it was re-titled in Europe to avoid conflicts with a German company named [=StarVox=], this time to ''Lylat Wars''.Wars'' (which got accepted as the [[TitleDrop name of the event]] as of ''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'').



'''General:''' These guys are CRAZY!
** In the end, they decide to send their ''Planet Busting'' Mothership after Fox personally. This would be "ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill" except Fox [[{{Badass}} destroys it anyway]].
* MouthFlaps: In the Japanese version of the N64 game, the character's mouths only spoke what was in their dialogue boxes, so the characters' voices often spoke far longer than their given dialogue, leading to greatly mismatched mouth flaps. The English version actually fixed this (mouth flaps matched both voices ''and'' dialogue). In addition, the audio used for English was far clearer and less grainy than the Japanese version.

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'''General:''' These guys are CRAZY!
crazy!
** In the end, they decide to send their ''Planet Busting'' Mothership ''planet-busting'' mothership after Fox personally. This would be "ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill" except Fox [[{{Badass}} destroys it anyway]].
* MouthFlaps: In the Japanese version of the N64 game, version, the character's mouths only spoke what was in their dialogue boxes, so the characters' voices often spoke far longer than their given dialogue, leading to greatly mismatched mouth flaps. The English version actually fixed this (mouth flaps matched both voices ''and'' dialogue). In addition, the audio used for English was far clearer and less grainy than the Japanese version.



* MythologyGag: The Attack Carrier is back from the [[VideoGame/StarFox original Star Fox]] as the alternate boss of Corneria.
** In the remake, the Meteo Crusher's BossSubtitles, Asteroid Destroyer, was previously used by the Rock Crusher, its counterpart from the original. Averted with the Attack Carrier, though, which got new subtitles.
* NoNameGiven: Except for Granga and Caiman, most of Andross's troops aren't given a name. The former is one of the few vehicle-piloting foes whose boss fight uses the pilot's name instead of the vehicle's name, with this detail being pointed out in [[AllThereInTheManual the guide for the Nintendo 64 version]].

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* MythologyGag: The Attack Carrier is back from the [[VideoGame/StarFox [[VideoGame/StarFox1 original Star Fox]] as the alternate boss of Corneria.
** In the remake, ''64 3D'', the Meteo Crusher's BossSubtitles, Asteroid Destroyer, was previously used by the Rock Crusher, its counterpart from the original. Averted with the Attack Carrier, though, which got new subtitles.
* NoNameGiven: Except for Granga and Caiman, Caiman (and arguably Granga), most of Andross's troops aren't given a name. The former name.
** Specifically, Granga
is one of considered the few vehicle-piloting foes whose boss fight uses the pilot's name instead of the vehicle's name, with this detail being pointed out in [[AllThereInTheManual the guide for pilot by the Nintendo 64 version]].Power writers but the name of his mech in Japanese strategy guides and ''64 3D''



* OpeningMonologue: The 3DS remake does this in the style of the iconic opening crawl text in [[Franchise/StarWars Star Wars]].
* {{Pirate}}: The pilot of the Sarumarine talks like one (down to a "yar har har har" laugh when he uses a weapon) and is piloting a captured Cornerian ship, with the Boss Subtitle in the remake pointing out that the Sarumarine was illegally obtained.

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* OpeningMonologue: The 3DS remake ''64 3D'' does this in the style of the iconic opening crawl text in [[Franchise/StarWars Star Wars]].
* {{Pirate}}: The pilot of the Sarumarine talks like one (down to a "yar har har har" "Ar ha ha ha har!" laugh when he uses a weapon) and is piloting a captured Cornerian ship, with the Boss Subtitle in the remake pointing out that the Sarumarine was illegally obtained.



* PrecursorHeroes: The original Star Fox team: James, Peppy, and Pigma.

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* PrecursorHeroes: The original Star Fox team: James, Peppy, and possibly even Pigma.



-->'''Meteo Crusher:''' I can't believe I lost to this scum!

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-->'''Meteo Crusher:''' I can't believe I lost to this scum!scum!!



* PsychoStrings: Present in remake's version of the third boss theme (in the remake's sound test, this track is simply labeled "Boss Battle 3"). This particular track is used for fights against a [[WolfPackBoss large swarm of enemies]]. Usually there's also an [[TimedBoss urgent need to win]], such as when Saucerer threatens to destroy the base on Katina or Copperhead missiles are headed for the ''Great Fox'' in Sector Z, though that isn't always the case, as with Bolse's core and the accompanying enemies (provided Star Wolf doesn't end up appearing; see above).

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* PsychoStrings: Present in remake's version of the third boss theme (in the remake's sound test, this track (which is simply labeled "Boss Battle 3").3" in that version's sound test). This particular track is used for fights against a [[WolfPackBoss large swarm of enemies]]. Usually there's also an [[TimedBoss urgent need to win]], such as when Saucerer threatens to destroy the base on Katina or Copperhead missiles are headed for the ''Great Fox'' in Sector Z, though that isn't always the case, as with Bolse's core and the accompanying enemies (provided Star Wolf doesn't end up appearing; see above).



** Pigma Dengar's last name is an Anglicized version of a sentence particle in the Kansai dialect of Japanese, which Pigma himself speaks with in the Japanese version (Dengar would be pronounced similarly to said sentence particle when spoken with a non-rhotic English accent). Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto, who worked on the game and pointed out the reason for the name in the Nintendo Power Player's Guide's interview with him, happens to be from Kansai himself and probably chose the name as sort of a dialectal in-joke.

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** Pigma Dengar's last name is an Anglicized anglicized version of a sentence particle in the Kansai dialect of Japanese, which Pigma himself speaks with in the Japanese version (Dengar would be pronounced similarly to said sentence particle when spoken with a non-rhotic English accent). Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto, who worked on the game and pointed out the reason for the name in the Nintendo Power Player's Guide's interview with him, happens to be from Kansai himself and probably chose the name as sort of a dialectal in-joke.



* SameLanguageDub: The 3DS remake has one for both the Japanese and English versions, as the ones for the original would sound too grainy on the new system. The Japanese version has a brand new cast, while the English version has the original cast reprising their roles from the N64 original.
* SceneryGorn / SceneryPorn: Zoness in the Nintendo3DS-remake. Sure, the water's extremely polluted, but ''damn'', did they make it look ''pretty''!
** The backgrounds of most of the space levels in the remake certainly qualify given that the 3DS's graphical power eclipses that of the N64. Meteo in particular is so filled with nebulae and [[SpaceClouds dust clouds]] that you have to wonder if the Cornerians have poor night vision.
** Solar's background in the remake is just plain trippy, as well as being brightly colored.

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* SameLanguageDub: The 3DS remake ''64 3D'' has one for both the Japanese and English versions, as the ones for the original would sound too grainy on the new system. The Japanese version has a brand new cast, while the English version has most of the original cast reprising their roles from the N64 original.
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* SceneryGorn / SceneryPorn: Zoness in the Nintendo3DS-remake.''64 3D''. Sure, the water's extremely polluted, but ''damn'', did they make it look ''pretty''!
** The backgrounds of most of the space levels in the remake ''64 3D'' certainly qualify given that the 3DS's graphical power eclipses that of the N64. Meteo in particular is so filled with nebulae and [[SpaceClouds dust clouds]] that you have to wonder if the Cornerians have poor night vision.
** Solar's background in the remake ''64 3D'' is just plain trippy, as well as being brightly colored.



** Sector Y has Star Fox defend the armada against a squad of [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Gundam]]...including a [[CharClone red Shogun that is 3x faster than the ordinary models.]] The homage goes as deep as the sound effect used for their weapons!

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** Sector Y has Star Fox defend the armada against a squad of [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Gundam]]...including a [[CharClone red Shogun that is 3x faster than the ordinary models.]] models]]. The homage goes as deep as the sound effect used for their weapons!



** After beating the TrueFinalBoss, [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi Fox escapes in his ship]] from the [[CollapsingLair exploding base.]] Along the help from the SpiritAdvisor (maybe.)
** When you enter [[AsteroidThicket Meteo]], the way the Great Fox enters the asteroid field, blasting asteroids out of its way, is very similar to ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack''. It's the same level where Peppy exclaims [[ReturnOfTheJedi it's a trap]], too.

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** After beating the TrueFinalBoss, [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi Fox escapes in his ship]] from the [[CollapsingLair exploding base.]] base]]. Along the help from the SpiritAdvisor (maybe.)
** When you enter [[AsteroidThicket Meteo]], the way the Great Fox enters the asteroid field, blasting asteroids out of its way, is very similar to ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack''. It's the same level where Peppy exclaims [[ReturnOfTheJedi [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi it's a trap]], too.



* SpaceFriction: The Arwings handle exactly the same in space as they do in atmosphere. At least the maneuvering flaps on their wings are locked in zero-G.
* SphereOfDestruction: The 64 version depicts most boss explosions as this.

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* SpaceFriction: The Arwings handle exactly the same in space as they do in atmosphere. At least the maneuvering flaps on their wings are locked in zero-G.
zero-gravity.
* SphereOfDestruction: The 64 ''64'' version depicts most boss explosions as this.



* SpiritAdvisor: [[spoiler:James [=McCloud=]'s spirit appears to Fox to guide him out of Andross's CollapsingLair.]]

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* SpiritAdvisor: [[spoiler:James [=McCloud=]'s spirit [=McCloud=] appears to Fox to guide him out of Andross's CollapsingLair.]]



* TheStinger: After the credits and ranking in at the end of the game, there is a [[OnlyInItForTheMoney cut to an invoice for services rendered]] - and General Pepper's reaction to the bill, $64 for each point in your score. If you have about 900 to 1,200 kills, he will remark that it's expensive but WorthIt, but if you have over 1,200 points, he will give a BigWhat.

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* TheStinger: After the credits and ranking in at the end of the game, there is a [[OnlyInItForTheMoney cut to an invoice for services rendered]] - and General Pepper's reaction to the bill, $64 64 credits for each point in your score. If you have about 900 to 1,200 kills, he will remark that it's expensive but WorthIt, but if you have over 1,200 points, he will give a BigWhat.



* SuperTitle64Advance: Especially in the remake, since it has the 64 from the original and the 3D commonly found in the titles of Nintendo3DS games. That and, as mentioned above, the remake's system is actually 32-bit.

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* SuperTitle64Advance: Especially in the remake, ''64 3D'', since it has the 64 ''64'' from the original and the 3D ''3D'' commonly found in the titles of Nintendo3DS games. That and, as mentioned above, the remake's system is actually 32-bit.



* WarmupBoss: Regardless of which path you take, the end of Corneria has an easy boss at the end. Granga can be taken down in a few seconds if you're good enough. At the other route, the Attack Carrier, which is a CallBack to the first StarFox game, can easily be shot down in no time.

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* WarmupBoss: Regardless of which path you take, the end of Corneria has an easy boss at the end. Granga can be taken down in a few seconds if you're good enough. At the other route, the Attack Carrier, which is a CallBack to the [[VideoGame/StarFox1 first StarFox game, game]], can easily be shot down in no time.



-->'''Attack Carrier Pilot:''' ''Who are you guys!?''\\

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-->'''Attack Carrier Pilot:''' ''Who are you guys!?''\\guys?''\\
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** {{Kill Steal}}ing from your wingmen, as doing so illicits [[UnwantedAssistance complaints]] from them.

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** {{Kill Steal}}ing from your wingmen, as doing so illicits elicits [[UnwantedAssistance complaints]] from them.
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* PreMortemOneLiner: Fox gives one to the Meteo Crusher after defeating him.
-->'''Meteo Crusher:''' I can't believe I lost to this scum!
-->'''Fox:''' Sorry to jet, but I'm in a hurry!
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