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Jumpin said:

No doubt Lylat Wars was one of the signature titles for the N64. The same could be said for Wave Race for very similar reasons.

Lylat Wars was a special outing. It was something we hadn't seen before. As did Wave Race.
Like Wave Race 64, at the time of its release, it was outstandingly beautiful.

That was one of those right time, right place, right technological advancements type things. Go back and play those games now and you'll see what I mean. After that brief refreshing blast of nostalgia, they get old fast.

I still love that game.It may be nostalgia spekaing, but it still holds up to me today.I should note that the remaster of 64 on 3DS also got excellent reviews and good sales, acording to VGC.

What I am saying is that it was Nintendo that failed to capitalize on the first two Star Fox games success and truly make the franchise into something truly memorable, as it dosent need to be said that the StarFoix games from the last 2 decades has varied highly from decent to bad.

All it takes to save Starfox is the right vision and the right team.Not saying that retro will be able to do it, assuming they tackle the franchise, but they could.

My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.