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Star Fox
Box artwork for Star Fox.
Developer(s) Argonaut Software, Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Shooter
System(s) SNES
Rating(s)
ESRB: Everyone
Followed by Star Fox 2
Series Star Fox
This is the first game in the Star Fox series. For other games in the series see the Star Fox category.
For the unrelated Atari 2600 game, see Star Fox (Atari 2600).

Star Fox (スターフォックス, Sutā Fokkusu, released as Star Wing in Europe due to trademark issues) is a shooter for the SNES. It was widely praised for its 3D graphics, at the time uncommon in console games.

A sequel titled Star Fox 2 was soon planned and was even advertised in catalogs, but it was cancelled in favour of Star Fox 64. Several playable prototypes exist.

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Star Fox

Developer(s) Argonaut Games
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Designer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto
Katsuya Eguchi
Release date Febuary 22, 1993 (JP)

March 1, 1993 (NA)
June 3, 1993 (NA)

Genre 3D Rail shooter
Mode(s) Single player
Age rating(s) N/A
Platform(s) Super Nintendo
Media 8 Megabit Super FX Cartridge
Input Super Nintendo Controller
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

Star Fox (Also known as Starwing in Europe due to legal problems with a Danish vacuum cleaner called "Star Fox") was created for the Super Nintendo in 1993. It spawned several sequels, including Star Fox 64, Star Fox Adventures, and Star Fox: Assault. There was also an unreleased sequel in development for the Super Nintendo called Star Fox 2.

The game was originally created as a demo of the Super FX chip that enabled primitive 3D graphics on the SNES. Shigeru Miyamoto slapped on characters, levels, and called it a game. This approach to creating the franchise is one of the reasons why Miyamoto feels no strong attachment to the series and shops it out to Rare and Namco.

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Star Fox Series
Star Fox | Star Fox 64 | Star Fox Adventures | Star Fox: Assault | Star Fox Command

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