Summary: This was really awesome, bringing back the good ol' days of F-ZERO. This was my childhood game and I can't believe I'm playing it again. The packaging was really well packed, and even though I couldn't see the seal of Nintendo on the label; The label was still intact and the game was running properly without any problems. This is a great game, and I highly recommend anyone getting a Game Boy Advance game, to get this specific game.
Summary: This game must be one of the greatest games i have played on any console, ever(apart from timesplitters 2)!! The graphics are fantastic compared to the general standards of gba games. The steering is amazingly smooth. A huge amount of detail is payed to all of the cars. At the start you only have 4 cars and 3 tracks but as you progress more become available Each car has there own stats from top speed to steering. When you are racing you have a power gauge.
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. Well there’s a little nippy game called F Zero X, maximum Velocity… … Tell me more you say! Well OK here goes. F Zero X has been around a long time. With the first title being on the SNES and ...
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! Now don’t be thinking this is just a straight port from it’s older N64 brother because it isn’t, it’s a new game in it’s own right. If you ever ...
Pros: Speed, Graphics, look its a great game !
Cons: Maybe speeding past your frineds isn't every ones cup of tea?
Summary: If you want fast then this is what you need!! This really is a maximum velocity game. And is a very good buy. However the only tedios thing about it is that you can not save during a Grand Prix which means that if you want to complete it you are going to have to keep going at it practicaly non-stop which means you will have to be going on one very long car journy.
Summary: I played the first F-Zero on the SNES years back, and I thouhgt this was a racing game which was great from all directions. Great Graphics, VERY cool gameplay and a lifespan longer than that of a human being. The speed of this game was overwhelming, too. Now it's back on the small screen with sharper graphics, (same) good gamplay and more tracks to make it a longer lasting game. When I recieve my voucher I will be purchasing this game, I'm adding it to my cart now.
Summary: well, got my GBA today with a copy of this title. wasn't sure what to expect, i must admit to not being too keen about this game on SNES, nevertheless i thought the handheld version might be more appealing.....BOY WAS I RIGHT!!! this conversion is faithful to what i can remember from the SNES version, it is super fast and very hard to put down..you can't go wrong.
Summary: F-Zero was never quite the definitive racing game on the SNES in the minds of the masses, mainly because people were happier with the naff Outrun reminiscent Top Gear 2 and its cronies. However, F-Zero Advance is by far the most impressive title to have appeared on the GBA thus far, and here's why... For a start, this game is fast. Forget the colour of Rayman Advance or the depth of Castlevania, this title will have your fingers clicking faster than level 24 on Tetris.