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The Cane and Rinse podcast Vol. 2

The StarFox saga – Cane and Rinse No.94

“It’s about time you showed up, Fox. You’re the only hope for our world!”

Corneria, fourth planet of the Lylat System. The evil Andross turned this once thriving system into a wasteland of near extinction.

General Pepper of the Cornerian Army was successful in exiling this maniacal scientist to the barren, deserted planet Venom.

Five years later, General Pepper noticed strange activity coming from Venom. James McCloud, Pigma Dengar, and Peppy Hare of the StarFox team were sent to investigate. Upon their arrival, Pigma betrayed the team, and James and Peppy were captured by Andross.

Peppy barely escaped Venom and returned home to tell James’ son Fox about his father’s fate.

A few years have passed. Andross has again invaded Lylat system. General Pepper has turned to a new StarFox team headed by Fox McCloud to save Corneria and free the Lylat System once again.


 
1: Corneria (StarFox) by Hajime Hirasawa
2: Corneria (StarFox 64) by Koji Kondo
3: Main Theme (StarFox Assault) by Yoshie Arakawa and Yoshinori Kawamoto
4: Main Theme (StarFox Adventures) by David Wise

Cane and Rinse 94 was edited by Darren Gargette

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In this first Quick Rinse video Darren Gargette spreads his Arwings and returns to Super Nintendo Entertainment System StarFox (or StarWing in Europe). Darren is playing the game on PC via emulation here, but – of course – he owns the original cartridge on SNES:

Here Darren revisits Nintendo’s own 64-bit take on StarFox (aka StarWing) in 1997’s Lylat Wars. Darren is playing the game on PC via emulation here, but – of course – he owns the original cartridge for N64:

If you like these Quick Rinse videos you can find many more (plus a few other bits and bobs) over on the Official Cane and Rinse YouTube channel.

 

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