Is it just me or has Star Fox 64 been enhanced visually as well?

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5 years ago#1
I didn't really notice it at first. But looking at the screens carefully, textures seem a lot less blurry, the asteroids in one shot look a lot more three-dimensional and detailed, etc. Is it just me?
5 years ago#2
Yes, it has been enhanced.

I thought it was obvious...
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5 years ago#3
Well the screenshots released were initially very small, but I just saw some larger ones on YouTube. Hence the question.
5 years ago#4
Looks alot more enhanced than Ocarina of Time's Remake, that's for sure...
5 years ago#5
Definitely much better looking in every way. It's not the best looking game they showed off on the system, but it's far better looking than the original. Actually, as good as Starfox 64 was (and i have nothing bad to say about it gameplay wise), the graphics were pretty primitive, just in relation to later games on the N64. The 3DS is incredibly more powerful than the N64, so it would be a waste if it didn't look better.
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5 years ago#6

From: MetroidJunkie | #004
Looks alot more enhanced than Ocarina of Time's Remake, that's for sure...


Well i wouldn't say that. I don't think it's fair to compare a game with rather simple spaceship models to one with human models. I need to see more to judge accurately, but it takes less visual oomph to make Starfox look great than it does Zelda.
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