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...
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.
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.