Star Fox Assault sees a return to the intense and exciting space battles which made the series world famous.
Star Fox Assault takes place several years after the team successfully averted disaster on Dinosaur planet. Players can choose to compete in head to head combat or in single player mode. In single player mode, Fox McCloud with the help of his colleagues must investigate a new threat to the galaxy where a sinister plot begins to unravel...
Fans of the series will remember the original Star Fox on the Super NES when the first game was launched to huge acclaim back in March 1993. Starwing was one of the first games ever to use three-dimensional graphics for its action-packed gameplay. The series began by following the adventures of the Star Fox team, a group of hot-shot space mercenaries, dedicated to eradicating the universe of evil - for the right price of course! Under the direction of General Pepper, the team fought their way across the Lylat System against the evil forces of Emperor Andross, who had enslaved the galaxy. Gameplay consisted solely of air-based missions, with the player piloting the now legendary Arwing starship.
In addition, Star Fox Assault can also let you settle old grudges with your mates! Up to four players can battle it out in a selection of specially designed arenas. After choosing a vehicle of choice, gamers engage in heated battles against the clock. The player with the most 'kills' when the timer runs out is declared the winner.
Star Fox Assault has no review on Wii's World.
You're keen to post a comment, but you need to log in first.
Wii's World has teamed up with Enjoy Gaming to give you a chance to win download codes for three of their new games on DSiWare. You could win a code for one of the following:
** Entrants must be in an NoA region (USA, Canada, Mexico or Brazil) **
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds review
A bright future for the beloved franchise.
Blaster Master Overdrive review
Blast away while you can.
Spot the Differences: Party! review
Is this game different enough from the rest?
10-in-1: Arcade Collection review
A reminder that there is something to be said for name brands...
Interview with IronFall developers VD-dev
Start your engines
Wii's World is not officially affiliated with Nintendo! (but they wish we were).