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Fox McCloud is an anthropomorphic video game character from the Star Fox series. He was created by Shigeru Miyamoto and designed by Takaya Imamura. As his name implies, he is a red fox and the main player character of the series. In each game the player controls Fox, either on the ground or in his Arwing. He is the leader of the Star Fox team, and is joined by his wingmates on various missions.

In the English release of Star Fox 64, he was voiced by Mike West. In both the Japanese release of Star Fox 64 and Super Smash Bros., Fox's voices were done by Shinobu Satouchi (speaking in English with a Japanese accent for the English version). For English dialogue of Super Smash Bros. Melee and Star Fox Adventures, Fox's voice was done by Rare's Steve Malpass. In Star Fox: Assault, his voice was done by Jim Walker in the English release and by Kenji Nojima in the Japanese release. Nojima reprised his role for Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as did Walker for the English version.

In Super Smash Bros Brawl Fox remains a pretty solid character and is able to rack damage up quite fast due to his fast no-stun lasers, incredible speed, and quick tilts. If at all possible, try to avoid Pikachu players as his Brawl mechanics really screw Fox over as the rat can Chain D-Throw him up to 80% following up with a D-Smash.

Some notable users who use McCloud exceptionally well are Ivan209 and on the rare occasions Arekkusu Kitsune and Resurgence. Bazzoka also used to play him quite a bit in the past.

Member's opinions on Fox McCloudEdit

  • Resurgence finds Fox to be pretty good in Brawl and he also enjoyed many of his games. Especially Star Fox Adventures with the debut of Krystal.
  • King Nothing thinks Fox is a badass specimin outside of Brawl, and thinks he is good in Brawl. His brother mains Fox and they share a slightly deadly Fox/Falco Green Team Combo.
  • Sonic thinks Fox is alright in and out of Brawl, but he thinks his games are a tad bit overrated.


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