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.
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.
Summary: Like the classic SNES version, F-Zero: Maximum Velocity for Gameboy Advance is a superb demonstration of its host platform's graphics capabilities. Thankfully the similarities do not end there as the handheld version retains its big brother's instant playability and fiendishly addictive yet challenging courses. Set at some vague point in the future, the races in F-Zero take place many miles above beautifully rendered bustling neon-drenched cyber-cities.
Summary: This was the first tiny cartridge slapped into my brand new GBA - and I was not dissapointed. This game is just as good as the SNES version, and for those who missed on that experience let's just say you don't want to miss it this time. Nintendo rarely produce a bad game, but this goes beyond the call of duty - as this game really shifts at an amazing rate.