Star Fox Command Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Star Fox Command Reviews10
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|DSReviews||7.9/10||Aug 31 '06|
|Game Freaks 365||7.8/10|
|GameBrink||82%||Aug 04 '06|
|GameDaily||8/10||Aug 28 '06|
|Gaming Evolution||8/10||Sep 18 '06|
|Thunderbolt||8/10||Sep 07 '06|
|TotalGamerZone||81/100||Aug 31 '06|
|Game Critics||5.0 / 10||Oct 25 '06|
|GameSpot||7.5/10||Aug 25 '06|
|IGN DS||8.0/10||Aug 25 '06|
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Star Fox Command Previews
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|GameSpot||May 10 '06|
|Gamespy||May 12 '06|
|IGN DS||May 10 '06|
|IGN DS||Aug 04 '06|
|Kombo DS||May 10 '06|
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"Star Fox Command is one of the better Nintendo DS games weve played. Highly recommended for Star Fox fans, or want-to-be-a-pilot-but-I-dont-think-Ill-like-Freedom-Wings people."
"Its been just over a year since the Star Fox crews last outing on the Game Cube with Star Fox: Assault and now theyre back on the DS again with some new gameplay elements in Star Fox: Command."
"The Star Fox fighter squadron returns in this solid flight combat game, which distinguishes itself with its strategic elements and well-designed touch-screen controls."
"The game is very solid and looks great in action, running at a locked 30 frames per second during battles. The evolution of the Fox McCloud character might have changed for the worse, but the ship designs have definitely bumped up in cool factor - each character has his own Arwing ship models, from the traditional ship seen in past Star Fox games to Falco Lombardi's bird-like craft. All the creatures talk with an Animal Crossing-like gibberish spoken dialogue, which brings the series back to its SNES roots. But a neat addition is the ability to use your own voice and have it as the game's "gibberish" generator."
"Star Fox Command might offer a new and different experience, but along with some key gameplay and presentation elements the feel of the classic SNES game is intact. The stylus controls might still need some work but the core idea is sound, with accuracy and precision that previous Star Fox games - and air combat titles in general - just never offered before. It's at the very least a great start to the franchise. Bump up the difficulty, add some variety to the missions, bring back the forced-scrolling on-rails levels and the wingman-in-danger elements in a sequel and you'll have yourself the ultimate Star Fox adventure."