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1. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 21:17 BST
I thought this was a great game, and really, I can't see why anyone would hate it. Take Star Fox out of it and this game would probably be on a lot of top ten lists, but, since it's a "Star Fox game", people got pissed off and didn't like it. Sure, tricky was freaking annoying, but no more than Navi. (I cringe at the name)
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2. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 21:21 BST
I really enjoyed this game when I played through it... now star fox: assault, that game was a joke; I remember the ship felt like you were flying a sail boat and in multiplayer you couldn't see far, buildings would just appear infront of you when you got close.
Edited on Tue 8th September, 2009 @ 21:36 by Pawtrick
3. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 21:21 BST
Amen! it was a very solid zelda-style adventure, i thought. i loved the thing so much i went back to gamestop and bought it back after deleting my files and selling it to them and then regretting it, and have since gone back and re-played it again!
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4. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 21:25 BST
I really enjoyed this game when I played through it... now star fox: assault, that game was a joke.
I liked Star Fox Assault. It was fun, but I think everyone could have done without the ground-based missions. They even managed to make the Landmaster suck balls, and that was my favorite part of Star Fox 64
Edited on Tue 8th September, 2009 @ 21:26 by grenworthshero
5. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 22:33 BST
Really? Huh, I guess every game is bound to have at least some people enjoy it. I hated it with a passion. Terrible "puzzles", horrible character design, idiotic writing and zero of the charm Zelda brings to the table. That's just my opinion, though.
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6. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 22:36 BST
I didn't play much of it, it was okay from what I played. It wasn't Star Fox, nor was it a top class Rare offering.
7. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 02:10 BST
It is a great game, terrible Star Fox game.
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8. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 02:14 BST
i thought it was just adequate. the combat to me was a joke. all you did was smack people as fast as you could
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9. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 02:19 BST
There was a lot more to it than that, certain timing on the attack button in conjunction with dodging and rolling, and sometimes targeting meant different, and more effective attacks. In its defense, even without that, it's just the same as most adventure games, even Zelda's battle system is bash 'B' as fast as you can.
10. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 02:23 BST
not really, in zelda you have to find the opponets weak point. sometimes you have to attack from a distance, sometimes you need to attack a different point on the enemy
11. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 03:37 BST
that's pretty much true only for bosses and a few of the enemies.
12. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 03:56 BST
It lacks originality, but the graphics are great and the mechanics are fun. Rare, i miss you so much...
13. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 05:13 BST
You're only making it worse for yourself!I don't want anyone to throw a single stone until I blow my whistle, even, and I want to make this absolutely clear, even if he does say Starfox Adventures was a great game.
14. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 05:18 BST
Loved SFA Outstanding atmosphere and some great puzzles and action sequences made up for the annoying characters and lame combat.
15. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 05:41 BST
For some reason, I think of Star Fox Assault every time I see SFA, not Adventures, (or even Street Fighter Alpha) therefore, we should start abbreviating Assault as SFAss. I think that's a fitting abbreviation
16. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 05:49 BST
I didn't like Starfox Adventures, i LOVED it!
17. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 06:21 BST
I was addicted at first, but it got too frustrating and Slippy's hint system was almost useless. Excellent graphics, plot, and gameplay, but the game got too hard after awhile. Buying your gear is an annoyance compared to acquiring them in dungeons in Zelda games.
Star Fox Assault rocks! I got it because I wanted something more traditional. It's an awesome sci-fi action game. I've since gotten Star Fox 64 and Star Fox Command. Can't wait til Star Fox SNES comes out for the VC.
Edited on Wed 9th September, 2009 @ 06:23 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
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18. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 06:22 BST
I really want Star Fox Adventures...but I do have Star Fox Assault and man that game is good. The story mode was, i thought, quite amusing!
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19. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 06:31 BST
SFAssault was really good. Another game a lot of people hated though. My only gripe is that they made the Landmaster suck so bad compared to SF64, and moving on foot was really sluggish to control.
20. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 07:13 BST
I loved Adventure almost as much as I loved Lylat Wars.What I hated was people whinging about Nintendo trying to take the series in different direction.
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