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Star Fox Legacy
スターフォックスレガシー
Sutā Fokkusu Regashī
StarFoxLegacyLogo
Developer(s) Nintendo, BioWare
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo Wii
Genre(s) Rail/Scrolling Shooter, 3rd Person Shooter
Release Date(s)
Japan Flag November 8, 2011
Usa-flags November 15, 2011
Flag of Europe November 22, 2011
Mode(s)
Single Player
Local Multiplayer
Online Multiplayer
Age Rating(s)
Esrb-teen-logo-lrg Violence, Blood, Suggestive Themes
Nobody escapes Venom. You will die here, Star Fox.
Andross

Star Fox Legacy (Japanese: スターフォックスレガシー or Sutā Fokkusu Regashī) is a Star Fox game for the Nintendo Wii that was developed by Nintendo and BioWare and released in Japan, North America, and throughout Europe. The game serves as a prequel to the events of the original Star Fox game and focuses solely on James McCloud's earlier Star Fox team as they investigate and attempt to eliminate potential threats to the Lylat System. The game was given a "T" rating by the ESRB rating system for Violence, Blood, and Suggestive Themes.

Gameplay

The game is generally played flying an Arwing, fighting against enemy starfighters. However, a few levels force the Star Fox team to go on ground missions. These ground missions are played as over-the-shoulder 3rd Person Shooters (similar to the Mass Effect and Gears of War franchises). Checkpoints are crucial to the gameplay, as they have the player reload at a certain point in the level instead of starting the mission all over again.

Arwing

Arwing sections of a mission usually consist of both "Corridor Mode" and "All-Range Mode". In "Corridor Mode", James and his team's Arwings will automatically be moved in a fixed path towards a set destination. In "All-Range Mode", James and his team are free to fly around the area and engage in combat. In order to fight incoming waves of enemies, the Star Fox team uses key evasive maneuvers, such the "barrel-roll", "looping", and "boosting" to weave through and around the opposition. The Arwing's defenses will consist of shields and armor, with armor being the Arwing's health points. Once the shield is depleted, the Arwing itself begins to take damage. The shield regenerates when James's Arwing does not take damage for a specific amount of time. However, the armor stays damaged until an armor pack is found, resulting in giving the Arwing full armor (or health).

Ground

The ground levels will use the same engines as the Mass Effect and Gears of War franchises, an "over-the-shoulder" 3rd Person shooter. Each ground level will have much cover to protect James from any bullets fired from enemy forces. In order to attack from cover, James can lean over the piece of cover and fire, then pop back into safety. The Landmaster also makes an appearance in these missions, allowing James to brute-force his way through enemies.

Plot

For more detailed sections about the single player missions, see Star Fox Legacy/Missions.
For more detailed sections about the single player's cinematics, see Star Fox Legacy/Cutscenes.

OldStarFox

The first members of Star Fox, Peppy (left), James (middle), and Pigma (right)

Set multiple years before the events of the first Star Fox game, James McCloud, Peppy Hare, and Pigma Dengar have founded the elite commando-mercenary group named Star Fox. Cornernian Army General Pepper keeps close contact with the team and frequently hires Star Fox for missions.

After Act 2, the plot will diverge into different routes, depending on the difficulty chosen before starting single-player; however, the final mission will always be Venom.

Act 1 - Aquas

In Star Fox's first mission, they are hired by Lead Cornerian Scientist Andross to travel to a base located at the surface of Aquas and pick up a shipment consisting of chemicals and technology that is being used for future military research. Once they enter the oceanic planet's atmosphere, the Star Fox team is marked as hostile and is attacked by the base's defensive system. The team grows highly suspicious and realizes that they may have been ambushed. James, Peppy, and Pigma land their Arwings and travel on-foot throughout the base. After surviving numerous firefights with confused guards and Aquasian soliders, the team begins searching the terminals for messages and eventually find that Andross had sent the base an urgent message that read "3 highly trained mercenaries were going to retrieve a package". The team concludes that the base misunderstood the message as a threat and no foul play is suspected. A frantic General Pepper then asks Star Fox to return to Corneria with urgency.

Act 2 - Cornernia City

Upon return to Corneria City, the Star Fox team discovers that a large portion of the city was destroyed by a large chemical explosion. General Pepper informs the team that Dr. Andross's dangerous experiments have triggered massive explosions across the Lylat System and that Andross must be arrested. Star Fox, along with a special CDF squad, follows Pepper to the mad scientist's laboratory for a serious confrontation. On arrival, the squad is immediately fired upon by Andross's robot creations, resulting in a large firefight that kills the members of the CDF squad and seriously injures Pepper. James and his team decide to keep pushing into the lab, despite Pepper's pleas to retreat. After intense fighting throughout Andross's large laboratory, the Star Fox team reprimands Andross and brings him to the Cornerian Defense Force Base. James watches an enraged and bandaged Pepper violently attack the restrained doctor in the CDF Base's interrogation room, ending with a bloodied and near-dead Andross on the ground. The stunned CFA soliders ask Pepper what to do with the scientist, to which he replies "Take this failure to Venom!".

Act 3

Easy Route -

Normal Route - Fichina

Roughly a year after the events of Corneria City, the Star Fox team receives a strange distress call from the Cornernian Defense Force base on the cold, snow-swept planet of Fichina. Upon arriving on Fichina, the Star Fox team encounters a massive firefight between Andross's Venomian army and members of the CDF base. James decides to help repel the invaders from the ground, while Peppy and Pigma defend from the skies. (WIP)

Hard Route -

Act 4

Easy Route -

Normal Route - Sector Y

A dangerous mercenary gang is reported to be causing trouble near Sector Y. While dealing with the troublemakers, the Star Fox team is ambushed by Andross's new army. (WIP)

Hard Route -

Act 5 - Venom

The team travels to Venom on a "scouting mission" to deal with Andross once and for all. (WIP)

Multiplayer

It was announced during the early development stages of the game that there would be online multiplayer as well as local multiplayer. Players are able to choose between "Starfighter Combat" or "Ground Combat" in the Multiplayer menu. The multiplayer game modes consist of Free-for-All, Team Firefight, Capture the Flag, and their expert variations.

Starfighter Combat

In Starfighter Combat, players will be divided into two of the three factions: the Cornerian Army (Arwing model), the Space Mercenaries (Wolfen model), or the Venomian Army (Venomian model). Once all players are loaded into the map selected, the factions (or faction-unaffiliated players, depending on the game type) will begin to engage in aerial combat with one another.

Ground Combat

Weapons

Blaster's Weapon Statistics:

Power
2/5
Fire Rate
3/5
Reload Speed
5/5
Weight
1/5
Accuracy
2/5
  • Dual Blasters
    • Power - 3
    • Fire Rate - 5
    • Reload Speed - 2
    • Weight - 2
    • Accuracy - 2
  • Sniper Rifle
    • Power - 4
    • Fire Rate - 2
    • Reload Speed - 3
    • Weight - 4
    • Accuracy - 5
  • Homing Launcher
    • Power - 5
    • Fire Rate - 1
    • Reload Speed - 1
    • Weight - 5
    • Accuracy - 2
  • Machine Gun
    • Power - 3
    • Fire Rate - 5
    • Reload Speed - 3
    • Weight - 3
    • Accuracy - 3
  • Gatling Gun
    • Power - 5
    • Fire Rate - 5
    • Reload Speed - 1
    • Weight - 5
    • Accuracy - 1

Demon Weapons

Whenever a player is on a 3-or-more death-streak, they have access to Demon Weapons, which are stronger versions of the original weapons.

  • Demon Blaster
    • Power - 3
    • Fire Rate - 4
    • Reload Speed - 5
    • Weight - 1
    • Accuracy - 4
  • Demon Sniper Rifle
    • Power - 4
    • Fire Rate - 3
    • Reload Speed - 5
    • Weight - 4
    • Accuracy - 5
  • Demon Launcher
    • Power - 5
    • Fire Rate - 2
    • Reload Speed - 2
    • Weight - 5
    • Accuracy - 3

Customization

Custom Starfighters

For Starfighter Combat only, players are able to create customized versions of the three starfighter models (Arwing, Wolfen, and Venomian). Each modification will have an effect on the total percentage of the starfighter's speed, weapon power, and armor.

  • Health Points - Refers to the total amount of health points that a Starfighter possesses.
    • Default HP: 100 Health Points
  • Armor - Refers to the damage shield and damage reduction percentage that a Starfighter posseses.
    • Default Armor: 100 Armor Points and 0% Damage Reduction
  • Speed - Refers to the top speed and boost power of a Starfighter.
    • Default Speed: 10% Boosting Power
  • Maneuvering - Refers to a Starfighter's ability to maneuver with ease throughout an environment.
    • Default Maneuvering: 75% Turning Drift (Increasing the Maneuvering stat will decrease this percentage)
  • Laser Speed - Refers to the rate of fire of a Starfighter's lasers.
    • Default Laser Speed: 1.0x Rate of Fire
  • Laser Power - Refers to the amount of damage each laser will inflict on an enemy Starfighter.
    • Default Laser Power: 30 Health Points


Arwing Model
Arwing Body Modification  % Effect on Health Points  % Effect on Armor
Arwing 0% 0%
Arwing II -15% 15%
Sky Claw 50% -20%
Bullfrog -30% 40%
Cloud Runner 25% -5%
Arwing Wing Modification  % Effect on Speed  % Effect on Maneuvering
Arwing 0% 0%
Arwing II -25% 50%
Sky Claw -50% 75%
Bullfrog 50% -25%
Cloud Runner 75% -50%
Arwing Laser Modification  % Effect on Laser Speed  % Effect on Laser Power
Single Laser Cannon 0% 0%
Twin Laser Cannon 50% -25%
Plasma Laser Cannon -25% 50%
Curve/Arc Laser Cannon 100% -50%
Zapper Laser Cannon -50% 100%


Wolfen Model
Wolfen Body Modification  % Effect on Health Points  % Effect on Armor
Wolfen I 0% 0%
Wolfen II 25% -5%
Red Fang -15% 15%
Rainbow Delta 50% -20%
Black Rose -30% 40%
Wolfen Wing Modification  % Effect on Speed  % Effect on Maneuvering
Wolfen I 0% 0%
Wolfen II 40% -20%
Red Fang 65% -35%
Rainbow Delta -50% 75%
Black Rose -15% 30%
Wolfen Laser Modification  % Effect on Laser Speed  % Effect on Laser Power
Single Laser Cannon 0% 0%
Twin Laser Cannon 50% -25%
Plasma Laser Cannon -25% 50%
Curve/Arc Laser Cannon 100% -50%
Zapper Laser Cannon -50% 100%


Venomian Model
Venomian Body Modification  % Effect on Health Points  % Effect on Armor
Venom Fighter 0% 0%
Invader I 25% -5%
Viper -15% 15%
Butterfly Fighter -30% 20%
Venomian Wing Modification  % Effect on Speed  % Effect on Maneuvering
Venom Fighter 0% 0%
Invader I -15% 15
Viper 35 -25%
Butterfly Fighter -50% 75%
Venomian Laser Modification  % Effect on Laser Speed  % Effect on Laser Power
Single Laser Cannon 0% 0%
Twin Laser Cannon 50% -25%
Plasma Laser Cannon -25% 50%
Curve/Arc Laser Cannon 100% -50%
Zapper Laser Cannon -50% 100%

Colors/Patterns

Players will be able to select a custom color scheme or pattern for their Starfighter or Ground Combat gear.

Tier 1 Colors/Patterns (Unlocked at level 2)
SFL Red SFL Blue SFL Yellow SFL Green SFL Orange
Red Blue Yellow Green Orange
Tier 2 Colors/Patterns (Unlocked at level 4)
SFL Purple SFL HotPink SFL Maroon SFL Black SFL Silver
Purple Hot Pink Maroon Black Silver
Tier 3 Colors/Patterns (Unlocked at level 5)
SFL Ice SFL Water SFL Sky SFL Earth SFL Metal
Ice Water Sky Earth Metal
Tier 4 Colors/Patterns (Unlocked at level 6)
SFL Leopard SFL Tiger SFL RedFox SFL Snake SFL ArcticFox
Leopard Tiger Red Fox Snake Arctic Fox
Tier 5 Colors/Patterns (Unlocked at level 8)
SFL FichinaSnow SFL VenomJungle SFL FortunaWoodland SFL TitaniaDesert SFL SolarLava
Fichina Snow Venom Jungle Fortuna Woodland Titania Desert Solar Lava
Tier 6 Colors/Patterns (Unlocked at level 11)
SFL Light SFL Bronze SFL Quartz SFL Diamond SFL Gold
Light Bronze Quartz Diamond Gold

Ranking System

By gaining experience from online matches, players will be able to progress through a ranking system that will gradually unlock more features for the more ranks they pass. The maximum rank a player can achieve is Rank 12. From then on, the amount of experience a player receives is reflected on a global leaderboard.

Rank Unlocks Experience Needed
1 Free-for-All, Team Firefight, and Capture the Flag game types are unlocked. 0 XP
2 Customization for Starfighter/Ground Combat unlocked. 500 XP
3 "Sergeant" Achievement unlocked. 1000 XP
4 Extra colors/patterns (tier 2) for customization unlocked. 2000 XP
5 Extra colors/patterns (tier 3) for customization unlocked. 3000 XP
6 Extra colors/patterns (tier 4) for customization unlocked. 5000 XP
7 "Major" Achievement unlocked. 7000 XP
8 Extra colors/patterns (tier 5) for customization unlocked. 9500 XP
9 "Expert" game types are unlocked. 12000 XP
10 "General" Achievement unlocked. 15000 XP
11 Extra colors/patterns (tier 6) for customization unlocked. 20000 XP
12 Additional Experience adds to the global leaderboard. 25000 XP

Local Multiplayer Game Types

Free-for-All

  • Game Size: 2-4 players (Split-screen)
  • Game Type Description: Pit you and your friends against each other in a free-for-all battle!
  • Ruleset 8 minutes. First player to 20 take-downs (or the player with the most take-downs after time is up) wins. Random spawn-points. Full HUD.

Team Firefight

  • Game Size: 4 players (Split-screen)
  • Game Type Description: Divide your friends into teams and fight to the death!
  • Ruleset: 10 minutes. First team to achieve 25 total take-downs (or the team with the most take-downs after time is up) wins. Spawn-points are determined by the side of the player's team. Friendly fire is off. Full HUD.

Capture the Flag

  • Game Size: 4 players (Split-screen)
  • Game Type Description: Divide your friends into teams and grab the opposing team's flag from their side and return it to yours! The first team to have 3 flag captures wins!
  • Ruleset: 10 minutes. First team to capture the enemy team's flag 3 times (or the team with the most flag captures after time is up) wins. Spawn-points are determined by the side of the player's team. Friendly fire is off. Full HUD.

Online Multiplayer Game Types

Free-for-All

  • Game Size: 6-8 players (Solo-queue only)
  • Game Type Description: All players must face each other. Trust no one. Eliminate anyone you see.
  • Ruleset 8 minutes. First player to 20 take-downs (or the player with the most take-downs after time is up) wins. Random spawn-points. Full HUD.

Team Firefight

  • Game Size: 10-12 players (Max party size 6)
  • Game Type Description: Team up with 5 or 6 other players and eliminate the opposing team's members!
  • Ruleset: 10 minutes. First team to achieve 25 total take-downs (or the team with the most take-downs after time is up) wins. Spawn-points are determined by the side of the player's team. Friendly fire is off. Full HUD.

Capture the Flag

  • Game Size: 8-10 players (Max party size 5)
  • Game Type Description: Grab the opposing team's flag from their side and return it to yours! The first team to have 3 flag captures wins!
  • Ruleset: 10 minutes. First team to capture the enemy team's flag 3 times (or the team with the most flag captures after time is up) wins. Spawn-points are determined by the side of the player's team. Friendly fire is off. Full HUD.

Expert Free-For-All

  • Game Size: 6-8 players (Solo-queue only)
  • Game Type Description: All players must face each other. Trust no one. Eliminate anyone you see.
  • Ruleset 10 minutes. First player to 25 take-downs (or the player with the most take-downs after time is up) wins. Random spawn-points. Limited HUD.

Expert Team Firefight

  • Game Size: 10-12 players (Solo-queue only)
  • Game Type Description: Team up with 5 or 6 other players and eliminate the opposing team's members!
  • Ruleset: 12 minutes. First team to achieve 35 total kills (or the team with the most take-downs after time is up) wins. Spawn-points are determined by the side of the player's team. Friendly fire is on. Limited HUD.

Expert Capture the Flag

  • Game Size: 8-10 players (Solo-queue only)
  • Game Type Description: Grab the opposing team's flag from their side and return it to yours! The first team to have 3 flag captures wins!
  • Ruleset: 10 minutes. First team to capture the enemy team's flag 3 times (or the team with the most flag captures after time is up) wins. Spawn-points are determined by the side of the player's team. Friendly fire is on. Limited HUD.

Maps

Multiplayer features 8 unique maps for local/online play.

Map and Icon Game Types Map Description Map Layout
SFL CC Corneria City Free-For-All
Team Firefight

Capture the Flag

Corneria City is the heart of the peaceful planet Corneria and the entire Lylat System. Having a beautiful, vivid, and lush landscape, Corneria City is the home to about 85% of the Lylat System's inhabitants. Medium-sized. Its tall buildings provide multitudes of cover and its rich garden ecosystem make an interesting field for combat.
SFL Fichina Fichina Free-For-All
Team Firefight
Capture the Flag
The cold, snow-swept planet of Fichina is home to one of the many Cornerian Defense Army Bases in the Lylat System. Mountains and icy craters cover this quiet planet. Large-sized. Rocky terrain. Large snow-covered boulders and thick blizzards provide vast amounts of cover.
SFL Venom Venom Jungle Free-For-All
Team Firefight
Capture the Flag
Deep into the lethal planet of Venom lies the toxic Venom Jungle, where hideous creatures lurk among the trees. Only the sharpest of eyes can cut through the dense smog. Small-sized. Thick smog and the dense jungle vegetation provide vast amounts of cover for both Starfighter and ground combat.
SFL SectorY Sector Y Free-For-All
Team Firefight
Covered in storms of radiation and magnetic energy, the mysterious Sector Y was mostly created by the nuclear meltdown of a failed satellite prototype. Larger spacecrafts that try to pass through tend to malfunction and drift away. Remnants of old spacecrafts and satellites pollute the area. Medium-sized. Remnants of lost spaceships and debris float around, providing cover for Starfighter combat. Ground combat mainly takes place on an abandoned and adrift Venomian warship.
SFL Aquas Aquas Free-For-All
Team Firefight
Capture the Flag
One of the two oceanic planets in the Lylat System, Aquas's surface is completely covered in water. Deep into the ocean are ruins from ancient civilizations and magnificent aquatic, yet dangerous, lifeforms. Medium-sized. Ancient ruins, great ocean reefs, and gigantic marine life fill the battlefield. Only the most skilled pilots can navigate through the waters.
SFL Fortuna Fortuna Free-For-All
Team Firefight
Capture the Flag
Covered in many lush, green rainforests, this hot and humid planet, Fortuna, serves as the home for vast amounts of plant and animal life, along with multitudes of lakes and rivers. Large-sized. This vast landscape is filled with hills, lakes, rivers, and copious amounts of vegetation to make Fortuna an interesting site for battle.
SFL Katina Katina Free-For-All
Team Firefight
Capture the Flag
Katina has significantly small amounts of water and mostly consists of large, desert wastelands that are devoid of plant life. Cornerian Defense Forces hope to colonize the planet and make it one of the largest militarized planets in the Lylat System. Small-sized. Large and small structures fill out the outpost and allow for Starfighters to weave in and out of sight. Ideal for close-quarters combat.
SFL Solar Solar Free-for-All
Team Firefight
Solar is a molten planet in the Lylat System, where it is said to be completely devoid of life. Solar's surface consists of molten magma, making the heat impossible for any ground combat. Medium-sized. Flat and open. Temporary cover is provided off of the wide lava jets that shoot from Solar's surface.

WiiAchieve

Star Fox Legacy utilizes the WiiAchieve system, possessing 25 achievements for a total of 1000 WiiScore. The criteria of earning achievements include the completion of the game's story mode to playing local or online multiplayer.

Achievement Name WiiScore Achievement Description
Misunderstanding 30 Complete "Act 1 - Aquas" in Story Mode.
Under The Sea 20 Access all of the message terminals in the Aquas Base in "Act 1 - Aquas".
Take This Failure to Venom! 40 Complete "Act 2 - Corneria City" in Story Mode.
Lab Rat 20 Find all of the hidden intel in Andross's Lab in "Act 2 - Corneria City".
Frozen Solid 50 Complete "Act 3 - Fichina" in Story Mode.
Defense! 20 Protect the CDF base without any structures being damaged past 75% in "Act 3 - Fichina".
You'll Stop Howling After This! 75 Complete "Act 4 - Sector Y" in Story Mode.
Can't Let You Do That, Star Wolf! 20 Defeat Star Wolf without taking any damage in "Act 4 - Sector Y".
Legacy 100 Complete "Act 5 - Venom" in Story Mode.
Easy Work 50 Defeat Andross without taking any damage in "Act 5 - Venom".
Do. A. Barrel. Roll. 5 Do a barrel roll. See? You didn't need Peppy to tell you!
I Work Alone 50 Win 20 online or local multiplayer games in the game mode "Free-for-All".
Team? Team! 50 Win 20 online or local multiplayer games in the game type "Team Firefight".
Flag Runner 50 Win 20 online or local multiplayer games in the game type "Capture the Flag".
Hot Streak 40 Win 3 online or local multiplayer games in a row.
All Around Lylat 10 Play a match on every map in local or online multiplayer.
Lylat's Champion 25 Win a match on every map in local or online multiplayer.
Unique 10 Customize your spacefighter for the first time!
Training Wheels OFF 10 In local or online multiplayer, play and complete a match of any of the "Expert" game types.
Eliminator 50 Achieve 500 total take-downs in online multiplayer.
Got Your Back 50 Achieve 500 total assists in online multiplayer.
Run It Back 50 Achieve 50 total flag captures in online multiplayer.
Sergeant 25 Reach progression level 3 in online multiplayer.
Major 50 Reach progression level 7 in online multiplayer.
General 100 Reach progression level 10 in online multiplayer.

Media

Commercial

On May 2, 2011, the first Star Fox Legacy commercial aired on numerous TV stations, including G4 and Nickelodeon, at 7 P.M. Central Time. Nintendo and BioWare's logos are briefly flashed on the screen. The Star Fox team is shown taking cover behind a crate in a heavily fortified base, then reveals James tossing a grenade over the crate and gripping his assault rifle tightly. The scene cuts to outer space. Three Arwings are then shown flying towards a space armada with Venomian-looking fighters, seemingly ready to engage in combat. The camera switches to the front-view of James's Arwing with lasers charging up, ready to fire. James's voice is heard, saying "Star Fox, switch to All-Range Mode". The screen cuts to black, showing the logo and release date (November 15, 2011) of Star Fox Legacy.

Animation Series

A short animated series of Star Fox Legacy was created in Japan in anticipation for the game's release. Six 12-minute episodes were released on Nintendo of Japan's website. The series focuses on young James McCloud's time in the Cornerian Defense Army Academy. The series uses Renegade by Stereo Dive Foundation for its opening and Bokurani Tsuite by Merengue for its ending sequence.

Episode List

No. Title Release Date
1 "Welcome To The Cornerian Defense Army Academy" September 23, 2011
A young James McCloud starts his training to fulfill his dreams of operating an Arwing.
2 "Trust Your Instincts" September 30, 2011
James becomes infatuated with a fellow pilot, Vixy Reinard. As a result, he beings to struggle in the Academy.
3 "Make A Fool Out Of Me" October 7, 2011
A young brilliant scientist by the name of Andross introduces himself to the Cornerian Defense Army Academy. Vixy drops out of the Academy, wanting to start a family with James.
4 "Out Of All The Stars Here, You Shined The Brightest" October 14, 2011
James graduates from CDA Academy and marries Vixy. James struggles with adjusting to his new life.
5 "He Has Your Eyes" October 21, 2011
Vixy gives birth to a son, Fox McCloud. James and Peppy notify Pepper that they would like to be discharged from the Army to be mercenaries.
6 "My Legacy, Our Legacy" October 28, 2011
James and Fox grieve after Vixy is placed into critical condition due to a horrific vehicle accident. James, Peppy, and Pigma form Star Fox.

Soundtrack

No. Title Length
1. "Main Theme: Star Fox" 1:40
2. "Vixy" 1:31
3. "Aquas Base Ambush" 2:31
4. "Ravaged Corneria" 3:10
5. "Lylat's Tears" 2:39
6. "Assault on Fichina" 2:13
7. "Wolf" 2:53
8. "Andross's Army" 1:56
9. "Venom, Lylat's Toxin" 6:39
10. "The Betrayal of Star Fox / James's Last Stand" 5:23
11. "Last McCloud" 3:54
12. "Mission Complete / Debrief" 1:41
13. "End Credits" 2:13
14.
Total Length 38:23

Reception

Star Fox Legacy was met with very positive reviews, most praising the game for its "innovative combat system" and "great storytelling". The game received a 9/10 from GameSpot reviews, claiming that the game "was a breath of fresh air to the Star Fox series". IGN gave the game a 10/10, saying that "Star Fox Legacy creates a legacy of its own in the video game industry. With solid storytelling and incredible game-play, this game is truly in a league of its own".

Trivia

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