Despite Starfox 64 3D being a graphical remake of the Nintendo 64 classic Lylat Wars, it's clear that a lot more work has gone into this version than the 3DS remake of a certain N64 Zelda game from the moment you start playing. First off, the 3D effects in the game are literally incredible in comparison to most other stuff I've seen in 3D on my handheld. When I watched the game's opening sequence, I literally felt like the pointiest parts of Starfox's Great Fox starship were going to poke straight through my eyes. This 3D amazement continued throughout pretty much the whole game, and I declined to ever turn the setting off when playing Starfox 64 3D because there's really no turning back. The 3D effects also help the sense of depth in the game, making it somehow seem a bit less difficult to play. Speaking of which, there really isn't anything else like Starfox when it comes to gameplay.
|As you can probably guess, this looks pretty damn amazing in three glorious dimensions.|
|The amount of alternative routes through stages you can take in a single playthrough is immense, and you'll have to play through the game a number of times to experience each area of the Lylat System.|