LB's Star Fox Assault Walkthrough and Strategy Guide
1. Star Fox Assault Guide Intro
2. Mission 1 - Mission 3
3. Mission 4 - Mission 6
4. Mission 7 - Mission 10
5. LB's Star Fox Assault Review
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LB's Star Fox Assault Quick Review
There are some games which seriously make me question my right to review video games. These are usually games with a long history, which I know nothing about. A serious reviewer would go into the long and sordid details of the "Star Fox" history, and they would tell you how this particular game compares. The only previous "Star Fox" experience I have comes from 2002s Star Fox Adventures
, which was a departure from the traditional "Star Fox" series, as it was an action/adventure game, not an arcade flying game. So, to compare the two would be pointless. What's more is I rarely play arcade flying games, so I haven't a clue as to how to properly review one. So, with that being said, if you care about my opinion of this game, here it is: It's fun.
What's that? You want more? Hmm. It's a shoot 'em up extravaganza which nicely balances flight and ground work and successfully challenges you to achieve the highest possible score. Whether you're flying through space or running to your target, your goal of clearing out any and everything in front of you remains the same. You shoot and you shoot some more in an effort to rack up hit points, which, if enough are aquired, will earn you a medal. Medal work is where the true challenge of the game comes to the forefront, as you have to get darn good at knowing where your enemies are so you can string together the highly coveted combo.
Oddly, I've heard a lot of complaints about this game being too short. Well, yeah, it's too short if you fly through the ten missions with no intention of getting a decent score. Anyone can do that and they can do that relatively fast. If this is your plan, then do yourself a favor and rent the game. However, if you want to experience the game the way it was meant to be experienced, buy it or prepare to pay some heafty late fees.
"Star Fox Assault" will cause you to throw your controller, it will cause your hand to cramp, and, if you're prone to swearing, it will cause some creative dirty words to come out of your mouth. Personally, I think the "T" rating is more for the high chance your child will begin using expletives after heavy gameplay rather than any of the bloodless droid shooting that occurs in the game. But...it's fun, so, at the very least, give it a try.
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