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  1. The biggest impact the Star Fox franchise's had on the gaming world, hands down, was introducing gamers to the realm of 3D-rendered polygons in the original Star Fox title back in 1993. This was arguably the start of the biggest transition to ever occur in the history of gaming, freeing us from the shackles of sidescroller hell to let us explore open worlds at our heart's content. At the core (literally) of the game was the chip that made it all possible-the Super FX chip, which managed to math it's way into overclocking the Super Nintendo's processors. Developed by a small third-party company, Argonaut Software, it allowed for the system to run at an estimated 40x faster than the original specifications would permit. This permitted the Super Nintendo to render basic 3D polygons, allow for parallax-scrolling sprites, and even apply basic texture maps to polygons. This little wonderchip found it's way into several other major titles-Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Doom, Star Fox 2 (oh what could've been!). However, by the time these games were making it to market, Sony had already ushered in an entirely new generation of gaming with the Playstation, which could provide graphics and sounds that were lightyears ahead of what even the best Super FX titles could produce. The sudden appearance of the Playstation is what led to the untimely cancellation of Star Fox 2, as Nintendo feared that it and other Super FX titles would be negatively compared against their Playstation equivalents, and that their efforts would be better spent on developing 3D games for the N64. This is a really fascinating video, and goes into great detail about the chip, Star Fox, and the rise and fall of Argonaut. Props to LoneWolf for digging this up!
  2. So with Zero here and out and an all new timeline established both familiar and different to what we already know, I figure it'd be fun if we collaborated on organizing the unique differences between each (as well as the similarities). I'm only listing what I know, so comment on what I forget or miss and I'll add it! The SNES Canon: Material Included: Starfox, Starfox 2, Nintendo Power Comic, Starfox Manual Storyline Highlights: -James is known as "Fox Sr.", Fox is known as "Fox Jr.". -Star Wolf exists in Starfox 2; unsure if this applies any of their backstory from 64 though (Pigma's betrayal, etc) -Andross was raised by CYBORG PIGS, has a robot pig adjutant named Herbert (the comic was weird) -Andross also was in love with Fox's mother, Vixy, and accidentally killed her with a car bomb meant for James/Fox Sr -James/Fox Sr. died when transporting an experimental weapon that exploded, most likely booby trapped by Andross. -Andross was banished to Venom after an experiment of his caused a natural disaster on Corneria -Andross discovered ancient technology on Venom and used it to create his army alongside recruiting/enslaving/mind controlling the native reptile inhabitants -Fara, Fay and Miyu are exclusive to this canon. Honorable mention goes to Algy (Was he meant to be Andrew or his own character?) -Andross dies a LOT in this canon. (Once at the end of Starfox, then THREE times in the post-game comic, then a fifth time in Starfox 2!) -Venom is terraformed in Starfox 2; may have been green before Andross's arrival (the comic suggests it was barren, the manual says Andross polluted it) -Sector Y is a "space ocean" full of aquatic themed animals; Sector X and Z are just debris fields orbit Corneria -Macbeth is a volcanic planet with a hollow interior. Titania is a frozen planet (that or Doctor Hangar's weather controller made it frozen?) -Locations unique to the SNES canon are Meteor, the Black Hole, Out of this Dimension, Eladard, and Astropolis. -Star Fox start out as bandits who raid Andross' armies, illustrating them as a Robin Hood against a corrupt empire; the greater implication is that Venom and Corneria are opposing super powers fighting across the Lylat system. -The Arwing is experimental technology that Starfox was asked to use; it did not exist previously. -There is no "Original Starfox" before Fox/Falco/Slippy/Peppy; James/Fox Sr. was a Cornerian pilot -Starfox's ages are different than other canons: Fox and Falco are in their mid20s and Peppy only in his 30s. Slippy is still 18, however. -The Arwing has a mecha form in Starfox 2 The 64 Canon: Material Included: Starfox 64, Starfox 64 Player's Guide, Farewell Beloved Falco Comic, Starfox Adventures, Starfox Assault, Starfox Command Storyline Highlights: -Introduces Beltino, James as "James", and the "G1" Starfox team along with Pigma's betrayal -Andross before the war seems much more sinister, having once reduced Lylat to a "wasteland of near extinction" -Andross is again banished to Venom but the ruins this time seem to be ancient instead of advanced. -Andross' army consists mostly of apes instead of reptiles -Unique major characters are Krystal, Panther, Dash, Amanda, and Lucy. -Introduces other species beyond Lylatians: Anglars and Aparoids -Introduced the Landmaster tank and Blue Marine -Andross has a more tangible, physical form in this canon compared to others -Unique locations are Katina, Aquas, and Solar. -Sector Y and Z are different from the SNES canon: rather than a space ocean and a construction yard, they are merely massive radioactive nebulae and space graveyards. -Fichina is erroneously called Fortuna in SF64. This is remedied in Assault. -Solar appears to be a red dwarf in SF64, but is changed to a yellow or orange dwarf in Command. This is retroactively applied to SF643D as well. The truth is though Solar is not a star at all, but merely a molten planet like Macbeth is in the SNES canon. -(WIP!)
  3. Hope I'm in the right place (incoming noob)! Well, I heard all the SF-O Casts available and the 1st part called my attention especially because of its soundtrack. Can anybody send me the soundtrack used in part 1? It just enchants me... It can be a link or just attach it to the post. Thanks!
  4. I have been working in this 20-track album to celebrate the 20th year of the release of Starfox(SFC;SNES)and i thought that SF-O would be an ideal place to share it. Regardless of what you might be thinking this is not a Remix album(that means i did not added anything to the songs, that was not the goal), i based this songs on non-ripped midi files i found on the internet so proper credits are given to the sequencers that made this possible in the mp3 description. The goal of the album was to make the songs the most equal possible to the original music. I am by no means a Pro in music production, nevertheless i did this with legit software because i'm going to study music production in a few months. The Album is compressed in a .7z file that can be opened with 7-Zip. A few rules about the album: 1° You MAY NOT post or upload this album anywhere else without my permission. 2° You MAY NOT burn this in a CD/DVD disc. 3° You MAY NOT use any of this songs for videos, flash games.etc without asking me for permission and giving credits to Nintendo Co., Ltd. 4° NO, You MAY NOT upload this to YouTube or other video/music sites.(except if is a video featuring the music with the respective permission) 5° You(obviously) MAY NOT make any profit with this album or songs.(this one goes with rule #3) I think that's mostly it. So here's the Link to the album: 20 Years of Starfox ENJOY!! Remember I DO NOT OWN any of this songs, Nintendo OWNS StarFox franchise and all of its music. P.S. I made some last-minute tweaks to a couple of songs.
  5. Sup Everyone? I'm new here but It's great to have found a place filled with fellow SF fans - that said... Just a quick beat made around the Continue Jingle from the original Starfox. Hope y'like. ZokkouSTARFOX (Youtube) ZokkouSTARFOX (SOUNDCLOUD) SOURCE: Continue-StarFox