Star Fox 64 3D, is a remastering of the old Nintendo 64 Star Fox. This game takes things to a whole new level. Everything is the same except the visuals have been improved by leaps and bounds, making each level a visual treat. The audio in Star Fox 64 3D has also received an overhaul. The music is refreshed and sounds much better. The voice acting has been revised, and some of the more corny dialogue has been changed (Falco calls Fox "genius" instead of "Einstein" when he's shot by friendly fire).
Star Fox 64 3D lets you play with the new 3DS controls or the old N64 controls, and also features a mode that lets you steer your ship by moving your 3DS around. And with wireless multi-player increasing the fun even further, its replay value is tremendous, just like its predecessor.
This is Star Fox, bigger and better than ever before.
This game is essentially the same game that exists on the Nintendo Wii Virtual Console and the Nintendo 64. Simply put, aside from updated graphics and an unreliable "Gyro" control scheme (which is thankfully optional) it's Star Fox 64. There is a severe lack of online play, despite the game saying the multiplayer is a strong point. Overall, I'd recommend you avoid this game if you have already played the original Star Fox 64, since there is no new levels, no new story and Slippy Toad is still annoying.
<p>This 3DS remake has given Star Fox 64 quite the graphical overhaul and the end result is simply spectacular, this being a far better-looking game than the N64 original in every possible way. The levels are a sight to behold, with Zoness and the lava level Solar being standouts. The 3D is also excellent, adding lots of depth and really helping to pull you into the game. No matter how hectic things get, with explosions galore and dozens of enemies on the screen at the same time, there's no slowdown whatsoever even with the 3D maxed out. I also didn't experience any serious ”ghosting” issues while playing. Overall, this may be the most visually impressive 3DS game yet.</p>
<p>The story: Okay, the story is bad, but honestly, the game isn't even about the story. The story is essentially you need to go to different planets and do the mission with them, whether that be defusing bombs, to just plain killing enemies. It's really nothing fantastic, and you shouldn't expect anything mind blowing.</p>
<p>Is it worth it?: For $40? Yes. This was worth the $40. The replay value and graphics and sounds were amazing, along with the single player. The single player made me feel like I was playing my old N64 again (with new stuff of course). I loved this game, and I am still playing it as we write this review. If you don't like to replay games, then you really should not bother buying it, but if you like to replay games and get everything, then this is worth buying it! That about wraps up the review, so until next time, game on.</p>
<p>Overall Score: 8.0/10</p>
<p>This game is an amazing use of the 3d feature and also is a great remake of the old star fox game we all know and love. This game really does take you back to the wonderful time of N64 with the wonderful addition of the 3D feature.</p>
<p>this is a must have game its a classic and now whit this new technologie make its</p>
<p>awesome, graphics and true colors are amazing</p>
<p>As a fan of the original <em>Star Fox 64</em>, I made the easiest buying decision this year when the 3DS iteration, <em>Star Fox 64 3D</em>, was announced: I would buy it. Simple as that.</p>
<p>While older fans will likely get more enjoyment out of playing SF64 3D due to nostalgia factor, I highly recommend it for any gamer looking for a fun on-rails shooter, though I would wait for a lower price if possible--the game can be completed in under 2 hours, and it's hard to justify a $40 price tag for that length. However, there is a sizable replayability factor that could extend playtime: Medals can be obtained for each stage if one's score is high enough. It's also a great game to play in bursts, as levels are fairly short and the game saves automatically after each one (in 3DS mode; I believe N64 mode is true to the original game and lacks saving after levels).</p>
<p>If you're pining for a portable space shooter experience like no other, look no further than <em>Star Fox 64 3D</em>. Just keep in mind that's it's a short ride, one that you can take over and over again.</p>
<p>Star Fox 64 3D, is a remastering of the old Nintendo 64 Star Fox. This game takes things to a whole new level. Everything is the same except the visuals have been improved by leaps and bounds, making each level a visual treat. The audio in Star Fox 64 3D has also received an overhaul. The music is refreshed and sounds much better. The voice acting has been revised, and some of the more corny dialogue has been changed (Falco calls Fox "genius" instead of "Einstein" when he's shot by friendly fire).</p>
<p>Star Fox 64 3D lets you play with the new 3DS controls or the old N64 controls, and also features a mode that lets you steer your ship by moving your 3DS around. And with wireless multi-player increasing the fun even further, its replay value is tremendous, just like its predecessor.</p>
<p>This is Star Fox, bigger and better than ever before.</p>
<p>After 14 years, Starfox 64 is now back on the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo has done an excellent job "remastering" Starfox 64. This new release offers the same great gameplay, story, music, and worlds that we have all come to love and enjoy from the original. However, the graphics overhaul, excellent use of the 3D, as well as some neat new additions for additional value all make this an excellent purchase for 3DS owners needing to make use of their handheld.</p>
<p><br />As with the original, the game is very short and you can go through all the gameplay paths in the story in a few hours, if that. However, there are also challenges to complete as well as local multiplayer. The biggest disappointment with this release is the lack of any online multiplayer.</p>
<p>In the end, Starfox 64 3D is a great purchase for newcomers and vets to the franchise. However, the game may not offer enough value for some gamers especially at its retail price.</p>
<p>The lastest 3D upgrade Nintendo has given 'Star Fox 64' is a true overhaul of what was already a remarkable game. 'Star Fox 64' was one of the most fun shooters on the original Nintendo 64, and the upgraded version features better graphics, a solid use of the 3D effect and the same great gameplay we've come to expect from the franchise. The only grip is for the short gameplay time, the $39 pricetag seems a tad steep. Still, Nintendo has put together a great package here that is a must-own for 3DS owners starved for content.</p>
<p>The original version of Star Fox 64 was released on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. For those who played the original extensively, this remake may not be worth the time or money. For newcomers, this is unquestionably the definitive version of the game. The graphics are much improved and there is also a new mode designed to take advantage of the gyro controls of the 3DS. It is a very short game but has a ton of replay value. One obvious drawback is the lack of an online version of the multiplayer mode, not a huge deal but may be a deal breaker for some.</p>
<p>Star Fox 64 was originally released for Ninitendo 64 in 1997 and I even enjoy this game since I completed it 100%. I went through other levels as I complete different missions Then I was doing awesome.</p>
<p>Now the game StarFox 64 3D is released and remaster for Nintendo 3DS and it was awesome than the original. I will be getting the game and Nintendo need to be successe to continue their company. Nintendo 3DS already have it's price dropped in time for the Holiday and it will be successe Once the game titles will also be sold.</p>