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Assault or Adventures?


That Ain't Falco

SFAS or SFAD  

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  1. 1. Out of the two games, which do you prefer overall?

    • Both are great!
      1
    • Assault is better.
      9
    • Adventures is better.
      4
    • Damn, son, I dunno.
      1
    • Haven't played either.
      0
    • Despise both equally.
      1
  2. 2. Which game did you play first?

    • Adventures, matey
      14
    • Assault, probably
      2


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So, out of the series, the two GameCube titles seem to attract the most polarizing of opinions. People didn't like Assault because on foot missions, people didn't like Adventures because it was different. Personally, I'm a fan of both, but maybe that's because I don't choke at the mention of Krystal, or the thought of having to walk places. If you'd like to reply with reasoning for your choice, go ahead, but that's totally optional.

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Starfox Adventures without a doubt. It has helped me through 8th grade and I am still into it.

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Adventures for me. I know it's not considered a "true" Star Fox, but I prefer it for what it is. I love its graphics and atmosphere and it just feels more structured and polished to me. 

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For me, Star Fox Assault. The ground combat may be half-***ed, but it makes up for it in pretty much everything else gameplay-wise. And dat music, BY GOD, I can't praise it enough!  Namco, you were BORN, DESTINED to bring SF64's music to the modern era! Take a look! (The music is kinda jumbled together for some odd reason, but it's the best quality I could find.)

 

The entire game itself is pretty much my childhood in a NUTSHELL, in terms of gaming! It'll stay with me forever. 

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I didn't really care for Adventures, but I enjoyed the arcade-y gameplay of Assault.

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I actually have some really bad memories involving Assault, and the game wound up getting me through a few weeks when I was trying to ditch a manipulative and borderline abusive friend. In the end, I threw the copy of the game he'd loaned me at him, and bought my own off of Amazon because it was just too good.

11/10, I replay when I feel down.

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Is it just me or the gamecube games has the most mixed receptions? 64, the snes games and Command have a strong general agreement but not so with adv/alt.

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They really do. Most GameCube games are that way. Well, except for Melee, but people really should give that game's quality a look. It isn't very good, and is more than a stone's throw away from fun..

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I love both so much, but Assault is my favourite game of all time. The gameplay is smooth, the music is smoother, and the story is my favourite in all of fiction!

My ears thank you.

22 hours ago, amcintyr9998 said:

dat music, BY GOD, I can't praise it enough!  Namco, you were BORN, DESTINED to bring SF64's music to the modern era! Take a look! (The music is kinda jumbled together for some odd reason, but it's the best quality I could find.)

 

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22 hours ago, That Ain't Falco said:

They really do. Most GameCube games are that way. Well, except for Melee, but people really should give that game's quality a look. It isn't very good, and is more than a stone's throw away from fun..

That's so true, Melee is treated like a sacred cow by the smash fandom. I do enjoy several gamecubes such as Animal Crossing and Mario Sunshine (I like it more than 64 *hides*)

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I always hate to admit it but I really liked Adventures as a game. Even though it had a lot of flaws ( a lot of flaws) I still had a fun time (so many flaws) playing Fox in a LoZ styled format (like really flawed). 

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I don't care for either game, but if I had to choose, it would definitely be Adventures. It is true that Assault felt significantly more like a Star Fox game than Adventures did, but at least Adventures was more polished as a game in its own right and had ambition. Assault on the other hand lacked those qualities.

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