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You play as Fox McCloud as you fly through the skies and shoot down enemies in the arwing alongside Falco, Peppy, and Slippy to stop Andross from taking over of the Lylat System in the first installment of the Star Fox series since 2006.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Takashi Ohara Takashi Ohara ... Fox McCloud / Leon Powalski (voice) (as Takashi Oohara)
Kunpei Sakamoto Kunpei Sakamoto ... Peppy Hare (voice)
Kei Hayami Kei Hayami ... Slippy Toad / Katt Monroe (voice)
Kosuke Takaguchi Kosuke Takaguchi ... Falco Lombardi / Wolf O'Donnell (voice) (as Kousuke Takaguchi)
Tsuguo Mogami Tsuguo Mogami ... General Pepper / Dr. Andorf / Pigma Dengar (voice)
Atsushi Abe Atsushi Abe ... NUS 64 / Bill Grey / Andrew Oikonny (voice)
Jaz Adams Jaz Adams ... Peppy Hare / Bill Grey (voice)
Lyssa Browne Lyssa Browne ... Slippy Toad / Katt Monroe (voice)
Ja Green Ja Green ... Leon Powalski (voice)
Mark Lund Mark Lund ... Falco Lombardi (voice)
Randy Middleton Randy Middleton ... (voice)
Jay Ward Jay Ward ... Yaru de Pon (voice)
Mike West Mike West ... Fox McCloud / Wolf O'Donnell / Andrew Oikonny (voice)
David Frederick White ... Andross / General Pepper / Pigma Dengar / ROB 64 (voice) (as Dave White)
Emmanuel Dabbous Emmanuel Dabbous ... (voice)
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You play as Fox McCloud as you fly through the skies and shoot down enemies in the arwing alongside Falco, Peppy, and Slippy to stop Andross from taking over of the Lylat System in the first installment of the Star Fox series since 2006.

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The final crash landing?
14 May 2016 | by residentgrigoSee all my reviews

Let's be honest, SF 64 is the only good game in the series and even that one is the definition of a rental but the space / on rail genre desperately needs new fuel and Platinum sounded like perfect choice. Platinum though decided to put the B team on it (their quality is all over the place and the B team is catching up...), to just reuse 64's framework / obnoxious presentation and the budget is barely there. Worst of all are the endless gimmicks, the helicopter is the worst offender, and how they manage to destroy the control scheme. The critics should have been more savage if you ask me and the 4 hour run-time is the final joke on top. This franchise got enough 2nd chances and 4 mediocre experiments in a row are too many! The franchise should either get a Sin and Punishment-esque rail shooter or be buried for real.


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