Nintendo Life: F-Zero Maximum Velocity Review

Nintendo Life: F-Zero has always been Nintendo’s way of flaunting how on the cutting-edge of technology it can be when it so chooses. Like a bat out of Hell, the original F-Zero launched alongside the Super NES to draw a clear distinction between where 16-bit Nintendid and SEGagged. Later on N64, F-Zero X boasted 30 on-screen polygonal racers and brought both multiplayer and combat manoeuvres into the fold, and GameCube sequel F-Zero GX (ironically, developed by SEGA) arguably perfected the futuristic racer with its white-knuckle difficulty, beautiful scenery and vehicle creation.

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