Trivia / Star Fox 64

  • Acting for Two: Quite a few voice actors played multiple roles in the game.
    • In the Japanese version:
      • Not only does Shinobu Satouchi voice Fox McCloud and Leon Powalski, but he also provided the voices for Caiman and the Sarumarine captain. Takashi Ohara voices his roles in Star Fox 64 3D.
      • Falco Lombardi, Wolf O'Donnell, and Granga are voiced by Hisao Egawa in the original and Kosuke Takiguchi in Star Fox 64 3D.
      • Peppy Hare, James McCloud, the Meteo Crusher pilot, and the Shogun pilot are voiced by Tomohisa Asō in the original and Kunpei Sakamoto in Star Fox 64 3D.
      • Slippy Toad, Katt Monroe, and Spyborg are voiced by Kyōko Tongū in 64 and Kei Hayami in Star Fox 64 3D.
      • ROB-64, Andrew Oikonny, and Bill Grey are voiced by Daisuke Sakaguchi in 64 and Atsushi Abe in Star Fox 64 3D.
      • General Pepper, Pigma Dengar, Andross, the Attack Carrier captain, and the Forever Train engineer are played by Daisuke Gori in the original and Tsuguo Mogami in Star Fox 64 3D.
    • For the English version:
      • Fox McCloud and his father James are both played by Mike West.
      • Bill Johns voiced Falco Lombardi, Andrew Oikonny, the Meteo Crusher pilot, and Caimen.
      • Peppy Hare and Andross are both played by Rick May.
      • Slippy Toad, Katt Monroe, and Spyborg are voiced by Lyssa Browne.
      • Jock Blaney voices Wolf O'Donnell, Bill Grey, and Granga.
      • David Frederick White provided the voices for General Pepper, Pigma Dengar, ROB 64, and the Attack Carrier pilot.
      • Ja Green voiced Leon Powlaski, the Shogun pilot, the Sarumarine captain, the Forever Train engineer, the general at Area 6, as well as the Opening Narration.
  • Killer App: For the Use fulNotes/Nintendo 64. It had voice acting (Peach and Mario in Super Mario 64 had a few lines, but this was the first N64 game to be fully voiced) and controller vibration via the Rumble Pak.
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