StarFox Adventures [GC – Beta / Unused Stuff]

StarFox Adventures [GC – Beta / Unused Stuff]

We already knew that StarFox Adventures once was the Nintendo 64 title Dinosaur Planet. However, the title did not only change during that transition, but also during its time as a StarFox game.

Although the main enemy in the game is General Scales, you will never fight him. Such a battle against General Scales was planned however, evidence was found in unused audio files on the StarFox Adventures game disc. In addition, it appears as if Fox McCloud would have had only to collect the Krazoa Spirits to save Dinosaur Planet; the Spellstones were only needed for saving Krystal. Fox did not want to leave the planet before Krystal was not safe.

Prior to fighting against General Scales, it seems as if Fox McCloud would have released Krystal. Both would have teamed up for the final section in the Krazoa Palace. [Sadly only Krystal’s audio files for this part were recorded.]

For games developed by Rare, it is also common that a special animation of the company logos was made [Example of Perfect Dark Zero]. For Starfox Adventures something similar was planned, but it did not end up in the final product:

Lead designer Lee Schunemann tried to give an explanation for all these changes: “We ran out of dev time due to the looming Microsoft buyout so we had to wrap up the game and just focus on one final boss.”

In the Krystal Archive we can listen to various unused voice clips that reveale many details on lost parts of the story. There are upwards of 50 clips for other characters that never made it into the game. The Starfox Online archive contains pages for ALL Star Fox Adventures voice clips. There were 730 non-duplicate voice clips in the game. All clips under the Unknown heading were not in the game. You’ll also find a few error clips, many alternate versions of clips, differing voice actors for characters, references to places and events that never made it to the game, and other interesting plotpoints.

Special thanks to Mr Krystal from the Krystal Archive!

As we can read from Giant Bomb’s Starfox Adventure page:

Members of the Star Fox Online forums discovered that a decent portion of the original Dinosaur Planet script is still contained within Star Fox Adventures. A file on the Star Fox Adventures disc called GAMETEXT.bin contains  text used in the entire game, both for the Nintendo 64 version of Dinosaur Planet and the GameCube version of Star Fox Adventures. Though not entirely complete, many scenes from Dinosaur Planet’s storyline remain intact.


It would eventually be revealed that by joining all Krazoa Spirits together at the Krazoa Shrine (originally called “Warlock Mountain” in Dinosaur Planet) they would form the ultimate weapon in the galaxy. Not enough of the Dinosaur Planet script remains to describe what happens after that.

You can find the GAMETEXT.bin to download at the Krystal Archive! Sadly there are numerous examples of text not listed in the file. While the amount listed is considerable, Mr Krystal noticed that only one version of each existed: a given phrase would only be from one game or the other, not both, but which game it referred to would switch from line to line. Large sections, and whole plotpoints appeared to be missing.



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10 thoughts on “StarFox Adventures [GC – Beta / Unused Stuff]

  1. Anonymous

    Many people who developed the original Dinosaur planet were sad about how Krystal was nearly thrown out of the game.

  2. Ricardo Alberto Márquez Rizzo

    Can’t believe you can’t battle General Scales, instead, you fight with Andros?! It’s not fair!!!

  3. Anonymous

    what they should have did was depending on what you did you could fight either one of them and get a different ending. that way they wouldnt have to scrap the battle with genral scales and they could still put in the battle with andross

    1. Preston Simpson

      Look at my comment for Ricardo Alberto Márquez Rizzo:

      “Scales was never meant to be a boss. Andross just took over Drakor’s original role, while Drakor himself was demoted to a cameo.”

  4. Ricky

    I heard somewhere that the developers that worked at Rare during the Nintendo era have all moved on to other things. Its a shame Nintendo hasn’t tried to get them all back to try to re-create some of the magic. I know we wont see any of the Rare franchises but they introduced us all to those fantastic characters and games back then, i’m sure we could all love some new ones.

    1. Preston Simpson

      I know at least two of the voice actors have.

      Steve Malpass (Fox McCloud) was last involved with rare as a voice actor (background voices, not an actual character) in Perfect Dark 0. And went off to be a photographer. He then came back to game design to work on some Kinect Sesame Street game.

      Chris Seavor (Slippy Toad and Peppy Hare) was fired from Rare ltd and made his own game company.

  5. Preston Simpson

    Except Zelda games sucked. Starfox Adventures/Dinosaur Planet took the shitty boring parts out of those games and made them more exciting as well as having great voice actors and amazing story writers. And the graphics are still impressive and are even comparable to modern games. It’s a shame Perfect Dark 0 didn’t have graphics worthy of comparison. I WILL give you PD0, I was disappointed in that game.

    Oh, and I never played Conker’s Bad Fur Day, but I know it was hilarious. It looks like a kid’s game at first, then the most foul and disgusting things come out of these cute little characters.

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