The objective is to beat all enemy forces present in the map while defending planet Corneria, preventing its damage level from reaching 100%.
The player must intercept fighters and incoming IPBMs (interplanetary ballistic missiles), while also dealing with battleships, which deploy more fighter squadrons, and planetary bases, which fire IPBMs.
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Armed with new custom Arwings, a Mothership, and two new recruits (Miyu, a lynx, and Fay, a dog), the Star Fox team sets out to defend Corneria by destroying Andross's forces before they can inflict critical damage on the planet.
Along the way, Star Fox must also combat giant boss enemies, bases on planets throughout the Lylat system, members of the Star Wolf team and finally Andross himself.
The game continues the Star Fox team's battle against Emperor Andross, who seeks to conquer the Lylat system.
The game introduces semi-real time gameplay, featuring new ship types and two new Star Fox team members. Although Star Fox 2 was complete, Nintendo cancelled the 1996 release due to the impending launch of the Nintendo 64, the desire to use the most advanced system available for a new Star Fox game, and competition changing expectations of 3D games. The game received an official release as part of the Super NES Classic Edition dedicated console on September 29, 2017.
In an interview with Nintendo Life in 2015, Cuthbert stated that he had acquired a copy of the final Star Fox 2 ROM image during development of the 2006 Nintendo DS game Star Fox Command.
The image contains many elements missing from the leaked prototype ROM images. In a 2017 interview, a Nintendo spokesperson stated that the game had not been released on Virtual Console due to the difficulty in emulating the Super FX chip, but that they were able to solve this problem for the Super NES Classic Edition.
Star Fox 2 features six playable characters, the highest number of any game in the series until Star Fox Command.