Excerpt: Racing games have a kind of allure that no other respective genre can offer. There you are, strapped into the seat of one of the most advanced vehicular machines ever imagined. Your pulse is pounding as you wait for the green light and the wave of the flag, ready and willing to burn some rubber and take down anything that stands in your way.
Summary: F-Zero is unsurprisingly a great game offering huge amounts of speed whilst offering great gameplay for both casual and hardcore gamers. The game does get extremely difficult once you have got through the first two classes on each cup in the grand prix mode they'll find it unbearably difficult at times but it isn't impossible.
Excerpt: F-Zero GX is a game that only my father could love. No, the man has never played a videogame in his life (except for one extremely brief and humiliating game of Ms. Pac-man in the entrance to a K-mart many years ago), but F-Zero GX would probably appeal to him nonetheless. With his meticulously combed hair and creased blue jeans, dad was, and still is, the consummate perfectionist. "Mr.
Excerpt: All the same, it’s a brilliant idea. Uniting Nintendo’s franchise strength with Sega’s arcade know-how, particularly for a high-speed racer like F-Zero, seems like an obvious recipe for brilliance. Allez cuisine.
Summary: Nintendo's flagship racing series F-Zero has
made its long-awaited debut on Gamecube. Developed by Sega's Amusement Vision
subsidiary in conjunction with Nintendo, F-Zero GX represents a major step
forward for the franchise. GX's frenetic speed, incredible backgrounds and
elaborate courses make for an intense racer are substantially improved. There's
also an elaborate story mode that adds more challenge and depth.
Excerpt: Intense: this is how F-Zero GX feels from the moment you start to the moment you stop. The new king of futuristic racers is indeed here, making the past games pale in comparison. GX finishes what F-Zero began on the SNES and N64, adding great graphics, exciting music, and bringing the speed to a whole new level. Tons of games modes bring the series to a new depth, including story, championship, vehicle editor, multiplayer, time trial, and practice.