Star Fox 64 was the very first Nintendo 64 game to feature support for the system’s Rumble Pak peripheral, which initially came bundled with retail copies of the game Gameplay: Star Fox 64 is a 3D rail shooter game in which the player controls one of the vehicles piloted by Fox McCloud, usually an Arwing. Most of the game takes place in “Corridor Mode”, which forces Fox’s vehicle down an on-rails path straight forward through the environment. In Corridor Mode, the player’s vehicle can be maneuvered around the screen to dodge obstacles and can also perform a somersault to get behind enemies or dodge projectiles. The Arwing is also capable of deflecting enemy fire while performing a spinning maneuver called a “barrel roll” (actually an aileron roll in real-life aviation terms).The Arwing and Landmaster can charge up their laser cannons to unleash a powerful lock-on laser. In addition to Corridor Mode, some stages of the game, including multiplayer and most boss fights, take place in “All-Range Mode”. In this variant, the player can move freely in a three-dimensional space within the confines of a large arena. The Arwing can also perform one new maneuver in All-Range Mode: a U-Turn to change direction. Throughout the game, the player can fly or drive through power-ups to collect them. These include silver and gold rings that refill the vehicle’s shields, upgrade its lasers, repair its wings, or grant extra lives.


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