Star Fox Command

Star Fox Command (スターフォックス コマンド, Sutā Fokkusu Komando?) is the fifth game in Nintendo's Star Fox series which was published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS in 2006 and 2007. Released in Japan on August 3, 2006 and in North America on August 28, 2006, it was first announced at the E3 2005 conference, under the name Star Fox DS. Command is the first Star Fox game for a handheld, and supports the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, making it the first online Star Fox game. Star Fox Command returns the series to its roots as an air-combat game.

The game's plot involves the protagonist Fox McCloud and his team setting out to defend their homes from aliens known as the Anglar. Q-Games originally worked on a puzzle game that Nintendo decided to turn into a DS game. The game was generally well-received; it has achieved an average score of 76% from Game Rankings, a reviews aggregate.

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Star Fox Command
... Star Fox Command (スターフォックス コマンド, Sutā Fokkusu Komando?) is the fifth game in Nintendo's Star Fox series which was published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS in 2006 ... America on August 28, 2006, it was first announced at the E3 2005 conference, under the name Star Fox DS ... Command is the first Star Fox game for a handheld, and supports the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, making it the first online Star Fox game ...
Star Fox Command - Reception
... Star Fox Command debuted on the Japanese best seller list as number 14, selling over 20,000 copies on the first day ... In the United States, it was the 5th best seller in the first week.Star Fox Command has received mostly positive reviews ... rich and faithful action game" that had similar game play to Star Fox and Star Fox 64 ...

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