Summary: Sorry to disapoint all the F-Zero fans but this game just doesn't quite live up to the original Super Famicom F-Zero. I can't believe people are saying it is so quick or the quickest game ever, Mario Kart is quicker, Need for Speed Underground is quicker, even V-Rally is quicker !!! The overall package is good, smooth graphics, ok sound, infuriatingly tricky, but it simply isn't that fast !!! Overall its a good game, but it truly ain't that quick.
Summary: I've put off buying a racing game for my GameCube for a while, but decided to buy F-Zero GX after reading some good reviews here on Amazon. Unfortunately I can't say I was impressed. What's good: 1. Graphics - smooth and rich, even at high speed. 2. Easy to pick up - even if you're not a gaming expert, it won't take you long to get the hang of it. What's bad: 1. Lastability - most of tracks feel pretty similar, and none of them is very interesting.
Summary: the reason i have only given this game 3 out of 5 is because its not asgood as the N64 version 'F Zero X'. granted, it has better graphics andthe gameplay is more diverse and varied than the previous version. but itjust doesnt have the same feel. it feels too clean, like a record that hasbeen over produced. it feels a bit empty. thats just my opinion tho.
Summary: Though the game takes a while to really get you gripped... it has a lot to offer once you break the barrier of really playing the game. Some will find the learning curve too difficult, but will still find the game enjoyable in multi player mode. Personally I feel it is worth a purchase.
Summary: Ganz besonders diejenigen unter uns, die zumindest ein bisschen älter sind, wird der Name „F-Zero“ an den Beginn des Zeitalters des Supernintendo Entertainment Systems, das SNES, erinnern. Es war ein Starttitel jener Konsole und es muss zu Beginn der 90er Jahre gewesen sein. Mir selber ist dieses Rennspiel auch bekannt, allerdings natürlich erst einige Jahre später.