Reviews and Problems with F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
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5 April 2005
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.
Summary: i love this game . The snes version has been squeezed into a tinny little box., and has lost none of it's speed or excitment. The graphix are fantastic, the 3d crafts are great. I won't be getting bored of this for a while. Also can't wait to play it with 4 other GBA's
Summary: About the game it self i can be short it s like old times the grafics are great and the gameplay is good and fast. Only one nasty thing is that you can t save between the races in a chapionship. Overall it s great game!
Summary: This is a good solid racer, familiar to anyone who has played the original F-Zero on the SNES. It manages to show off the GBAs power quite well with its fast frantic races and its well-designed mode 7 tracks.
Summary: This game is the Ferrari of gaming, zooming along at 260kph around a hairpin bend cannot be described, what an exhilarating feeling! If you want an enjoyable game get this. P.S When using the gameboys "4 players one cart" option, only one car and track are selectable
Summary: The F-Zero seris began on the SNES and in it's lastest incarnation it returns to it's roots. This game is incredibly fast and you'll soon forget you're even playing on a handheld. The controls are spot on and the handling is brilliant - if a little quirky.
Summary: I got this game when I bought my gameboy advance... I've played the SNES version for hours years ago when I had a SNES. The game is very similar, and if you liked F-Zero on the SNES then you won't be dissapointed. Unfortunately thats where it all stops.
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.
Summary: F Zero Maximum V is one of the most eargerly anticipated games of this year. If you've played either the Snes version, or the more recent dissopointing n64 version, you'll be familliar with the super fast, sufer franic, super fun of the F Zero games.