|Fox (SSB. Amplified)|
|Official Debut||Star Fox (1993)|
Fox McCloud is a starting playable character in Super Smash Bros. Amplified from the Star Fox franchise. Both English and Japanese voiceovers of Fox from the Wii U/3DS installments will reprise their roles. However, Fox's English lines are rerecorded.
|Neutral Special||Blaster||Shoots lasers that damages, but doesn't cause flinching. A charged shot functions like Fox's laser in Smash 64.|
|Side Special||Fox Illusion||Dashes at great speeds, knocking foes airborne. Doesn't cause a helpless freefall.|
|Up Special||Fire Fox||Engulfs Fox in flames and shoots him upward. Can be directed while charging up.|
|Down Special||Reflector||Activates an electric shield that deflects projectiles. Deflected items are made faster and stronger.|
|Neutal Special||Energy Grenade||Fox tosses an energy grenade.|
|Side Special||Fox Evasion||Fox dashes in a spinning fashion to avoid getting hit. Takes and deals no damage during the dash.|
|Up Special||GD Jetpack||Uses a G-Diffuser as a jetpack. Limits attacks.|
|Down Special||Shield||Creates a weak shield that only blocks one hit and its effects. 5 second cooldown.|
|Neutral Special||Blaster Feint||Draws out the blaster as if to fire, then stikes with the blaster itself.|
|Side Special||Fox Trail||Fox makes a slower dash that damages during the charge and leaves a small fire trail.|
|Up Special||Remote Gyrowing||Fox uses a remote to control a small Gyrowing to aid recovery. He hangs on it. (Slippy made this.)|
|Down Special||Drop Reflector||Drops projectiles that hit the Reflector rather than sends it back.|
Jab: Punches once, then again, then starts kicking rapidly. Releasing the button will end with a kick.
Side Tilt: Sends out a kick.
Up Tilt: Kicks upward and touches hands on the ground
Down Tilt: Whips the foe with his tail
Side Smash: Dashes foward with an axe kick.
Up Smash: Flip kicks his opponent, sending them upward.
Down Smash: Performs a split, kick in front and back.
Dash Attack: Appears to slide and jump kick
Neutral: Performs a stretched out kick.
Foward Air: Performs multiple kicks
Back Air: Back sweep kicks
Down Air: Spins his body and drill kicks.
Up Air: Does a two hit two feet snap kick.
Pummel: Fox knee strikes his foes.
Forward: Punches the foe forward.
Back: Tosses his foe behind him and shoots them.
Down: Slams the foe down and shoots them.
Up: Tosses his foe into the air and shoots them.
Wall Cling/Jump: Jump only
Up Taunt: Surrounds himself in flame like his Up speacial and says "Here I come."
Side Taunt: Tosses his blaster up and the blaster lands in its holster.
Down Taunt: Poses and signals his opponent and says "Come on."
Victory Animation: Fox crosses his arms and looks away triumphantly. Says "Better luck next time, Falco." if Fox wins against Falco.
Victory Animation 2: Points his blaster and then holsters it while saying "This is Fox, returning to base."
Victory Animation 3: Points his blaster at the camera saying "Mission Complete." If Wolf is defeated, Fox says "Not this time, Star Wolf."
Special Team Victory (Falco): Fox performs the Fox Illusion and Falco performs Falco Phantasm and finishes with their poses from their SSB Wii U/3DS artwork, looking at each other with smiles
Special Team Victory (Wolf): Fox readies to grab his blaster as Wolf does the same.
Fox McCloud, son of James McCloud and current leader of the Star Fox mercenary team. Fox is highly skilled in piloting his team's trademark aircraft and is also capable in some on foot tasks. His on foot skills are in all range mode in Smash. Say your prayers, Andross, because Fox and his team are ready to free the Lylat System once again.
Fox's Blaster now has a charging function so players can plan more strategies when playing from a distance. The blaster cannot store a charge so it leaves Fox open for a short time, yet the charged shot provides the flinch. The Fox Illusion is a great horizontal recovery tool and can be cut short by pressing the special button, again. Fire Fox can help Fox for a nice vertical recovery. The Reflector is a defensive tool, but has minor offensive tools in case foes get too close.
Fox calls in the Landmaster to run over foes, rolls in place, hover, and shooting a laser shot. The Landmaster does great on the ground when it comes to mobility. Get good laser shots from a distance, rolls when foes get too close, and some hovering tricks. When the Final Smash ends, Fox gets ejected without a recovery option so be careful when Fox ejects. Oh, Fox is the only one with a Landmaster here this time.
|Default||White||The Star Fox uniform as desgned in Star Fox Zero.|
|Palette||Green||His uniform turns green and his boots red|
|Palette||Blue||His uniform turns blue and his boots yellow|
|Palette||Red||His uniform turns red and his boots purple|
|Alt||White||Fox's Assault design unform|
|X-over||Blue||Takes the outfit from the protagonist of Custom Robo Battle Revolution (Titled "Custom Robo" in the U.S)|
- Phoenix Wright's "evidence" against Fox in Phoenix's Final Smash is a broken Arwing and distressed Slippy in Titania.
- Kirby regains Fox's ears and communications gear and Fox's blaster as a Copy Ability.
- Fox's victory theme is a new, brief mix of Star Fox 64's main theme.
- Fox's main trophy info contains references to lines in Star Fox 64.