Continuity mistake: In the mission of Sector X, you fight the boss Spyborg. For slower players, Spyborg will usually smack Slippy with its hand and send the toad's crippled Arwing hurtling towards the planet Titania. Faster players can destroy Spyborg before it can attack the cocky Slippy. If this is done, you go to Macbeth instead of Titania. However, if you chose to go to Titania anyways, the mission plays out with Slippy crashed and captured by the mission's boss. Yet he didn't get hit and crash in the previous mission.Quantom X
Audio problem: When any character talks over the com, their face appears animated as they speak. All of them are depicted as talking with SUPER fast mouth movements of the jaw opening and closing the full time they speak. This is way too fast to line up with their dialogue at all, and just looks goofy.Quantom X
Trivia: If you save Falco from the enemies chasing him on Cornaria, and then fly through all the stone loops in the lake, Falco will comment on your flying. He will then tell you to follow him and lead you into the waterfall where you fight an alternate boss and go through Lylat System on the red path.Quantom X
Trivia: If you clear every level with a Gold Medal, you unlock Expert Mode. While playing Expert Mode, Fox can be seen wearing his father's, James McCloud, sunglasses. This also unlocks the Sound Test feature in the main menu where you can scroll through and listen to every sound effect, music piece, and line of dialogue in the game.Quantom X
Question: If you beat Brain Andross on the Red Path, the "ghost" of James McCloud, Fox's father, appears and helps Fox escape the exploding base. What is the explanation for this? Is it actually the ghost of James? Was Fox hallucinating? Was James really alive the whole time? What happened exactly?Quantom X
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