Star Fox 64 3D

Whether or not it’s just a passing trend, 3D technology is the current “million dollar fas” bullet point for producers of entertainment and technology. Nintendo nimbly jumps on that bandwagon with its latest revision to the DS handheld, the “3DS.”

Star Fox 64 3D is dubbed to be one of the few playable titles out of the oodles of announced 3DS projects on display at Nintendo’s E3 booth.  A lot of video game aficionados are waiting for a fun packed game just like this Star Fox 64 on 3-dimensional protocol.

Star Fox 64 3D a short demo of the classic N64 game’s first level, fading out after a few seconds of the boss battle. The 3DS version of Star Fox 64 is very familiar to players of the original game. The demo game opens as players cruise over a short stretch of ocean (a shortened version of the original level’s introduction), soaring through a ravine into the “Corneria City.”

The Corneria City is an obstacle course, the vision of some insane and peculiar architect. Players will surely enjoy this game as they crash and collide with the archways and tumbling towers throughout the entire course of the game.

The Star Fox 64 3D has a vert user-friendly interface. The Arwing craft is controlled using the analog nub and additional maneuvers are mapped to the D-pad. Lasers, bombs, accelerate and brake are executed with the face buttons, and the bumpers, used to bank and barrel roll, round out the simple controls.

Games on 3d protocol are visually appealing and are very thrilling. The 3-dimensional effects of this Star Fox 64 game is a complimentary attribute in various levels of the game such as tunnel like pathways through the city of Corneria.

This is Star Fox 64 — a lasting classic — in legitimate 3D. Awesome visual effects and the same old thrill and fun from the classic games we have known from way back.

What’s awesome about Starfox 64 3D is how well it holds up its players, particularly with the additional wow factor of the “3D”. The game’s witty art style and rock-solid control scheme make it just as much fun to play now as it was when the N64 was still in the market.