StarFox 64 with 3D, it is not only thememories that go back to Lylat Wars, but also bits of old experiencemore, Starwing, the set where it was discovered Fox McCloud, Corneriaand 3D Super NES.A replay of the hit released in 1997 on the Nintendo64 that makes sense when you press the benefits of relief, Nintendo3DS. And indeed, if we would not have been unprecedented against anew episode, find (as with Zelda Ocarina of Time) a mythical gamecleverly reworked and adapted to the 3DS is proving to be veryexciting. Especially when you consider start-ups that could find outon this occasion.
Is Q-Games has been commissioned togive a facelift to StarFox 64, a Japanese studio that has earned afine reputation with its series PixelJunk nerd. A very faithfuladaptation, which is observed in the early missions in which we findgameplay that has more to prove. Play areas free of twists, a turnand a loop, the circles in which he must move to improve its weaponsand armor, and tons of enemies that cross the sky to kill in coldblood. The real dogfight futuristic, streamlined and very addictive,which has the merit of being perfectly smooth.
The grip it, provided that no surprise:the opportunity to combine analog stick in the direction the gyrofunction of the console. Almost as an obligation to direct his Arwingby moving the console might seem logical. Yet it is far from obviousto assess the contribution of this very special handling, while shesimply keeps to comfortably enjoy the 3D effect.