Summary: This is only game that i have actually finished...The graphics are ok and so is the music. The controls are relativly simple. It's REALLY FAST!! Altogether there are 20 tracks(5 are unlockable)with 4 difficulties and 10 different car machine thingys, all but 4 of which you have to unlock.
Excerpt: Ah, fond memories. Hours used to be whiled away on this game on the SNES - so when i saw I could get it for my GBA I jumped at the chance. And I wasn't disappointed. Every single bit of this game looks just like the original, and it plays just like it too.
Pros: Just like the original, but in the palm of your hand
Cons: A bit TOO like the original, not moved the goalposts any
Excerpt: Developers- Nintendo Genre- Racing- futuristic Players-1-4 (requires 4-way link cable) Age- 3+ Gamemodes Grand Prix- 1 player races vs cpu. This includes 4 series Pawn, Knight, Bishop and unlockable is Queen series.
Pros: Remake of classic snes version, quite long
Cons: Cars at the finish are no better than the ones at the end
Excerpt: F zero is back, this time on the Gameboy advance. I got this game for Christmas (what a surprise!) and although I wasn’t totally hooked on it at first I started to like it more later. The game cost £35.
Excerpt: When purchasing a Game Boy Advance (£80 with a game about a year ago) I faced a difficult decision: which game do I choose? Well, after a wasted 20 minutes deciding, I eventually picked F-Zero: Maximum Velocity because I have the old N64 version and it looked pretty good, and on playing the game, my...
Excerpt: Ah - Friday the 22nd June. Oh, wow another day you say? Well does the words Game boy Advance release date remind you of anything! Ah yes, that little wonder, what a superb idea Nintendo have! What can you play? You ask.
Excerpt: Now here’s a game that boasts blistering speed, mouth watering visuals and playability that will keep you coming back for years! All the ingredients for a brilliant racer then, and what is that game I hear you ask? Why it’s Maximum Velocity on the Game Boy Advance!
Pros: Speed, Graphics, look its a great game !
Cons: Maybe speeding past your frineds isn't every ones cup of tea?
Summary: F-ZERO is a classic, i remember it on the snes but the GBA version is just as good if not better. Its just so fast. A lot of GbA games suffer slow down when the screen gets busy, but f-zero is so smooth at all times while traveling at 576kmph round a track miles in the air.
Summary: As a showcase for the GBA, just as the original was a showcase for the SNES, F Zero works admirably. It's very, very fast, blur is non-existent and it's very good simple fun - perfect for a quick blast on the bus.