The Star Fox series is considered legendary in the gaming industry and has remained popular on Nintendo based consoles since the 90’s. When the first Star Fox game was released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System back in 1993 many people were impressed by the visual effects along with the soundtracks that were included in the game. The Super FX sound chip really made the original Star Fox shine as a rail shooter title during the 16-bit era.
As exciting as the first Star Fox game was on the SNES we never got to see a direct sequel on that same console. Instead we got Star Fox 64 for the Nintendo 64 back in 1997. Since the mid 90’s people have always wondered what a 32-bit Star Fox game would haven been like on the Game Boy Advance during the early 00’s. While having a Star Fox title on the Game Boy Advance would have been cool it could have easily been overshadowed by Star Fox Adventures which was released for Nintendo GameCube back in 2002. During the early 00’s the same thing happened with the Metroid series when Prime had overshadowed Fusion despite being a pretty decent game. Even though, Star Fox Adventures was considered to be a fun game it would have been great to have seen 32 bit title developed by Rare for the Game Boy Advance back in the 00’s.