All Out of Fox to Give
I started playing this game thinking it was alright. It felt like a Zelda approach to Starfox, and I was okay with that. Then I continued playing. Krystal is the epitome of poorly made female characters. After one level, she gets captured and it's up to Fox to fix everything. Movement is slow, combat is slow, and everything else is slow too. As the game progresses, you end up fighting the controls to even play. For example, in first person mode or in any shooting segments, the reticle automatically moves to the center of the screen when no direction is input, making these parts twice as difficult. The most enjoyable parts of this game are the transition segments between levels which take inspiration from the original game, but even then you just have to fly your Arwing in a straight line through a set number of hoops. There's also an Andross battle at the end that was basically ripped straight from Starfox 64. This game is not good. It should not even be used as an introduction to the series.
Reviewed by: Thomas LaGrasse from Florida on 2/26/2015