Summary: F-Zero GX is a great game. You have hovering vehicles that you can customize, and a multitude of drivers to go with them. On this game my favorite part was giving it a story line. The "campaign" feature, some might call, is still new to racing games and very hard to find. This is likely to be one of the first ever racing games to have such a good campaign. There are still expected things like riveting speeds and the fight for speed and glory.
Summary: F-Zero GX is the most intense racing game I've ever played. This is probably because it is extremely fast paced and full of action. Either I'm really bad at, or it is extremely hard. I played on the lowest difficulty setting and I could only beat the first grand Prix cup. I am generally good at racing games, so I'm guessing this game is just hard. I would not recommend this game to anyone under the age of ten years.
Summary: I played F-Zero X for hours on end when it was first released on N64, so when I finally got round to buying it for gamecube, I was instantly taken back. The gameplay is amazing, I love how you have to steer and tilt at the same time, you actually feel like the G's are pushing you back in your seat. There's also a new story mode where you play as Captain Falcon. It's O.K, but I didn't really bother with it.
Summary: F-Zero GX is a beautiful game to look at, if you have the time, because it's so fast you'll hardly have time to notice. Essencially its an excellent racer but casual gamers beware, it gets very tough pretty quickly and the more difficult settings may have you throwing your pad around in frustration! Toughness isn't necessarily a bad thing, if you stick at it you'll find an excellent racer. Recommended, especially at this new low price.
Summary: I would like to start off by saying that this is the fatsest racing game, not only on the gamecube, not only of this generation, but ever. This game has a grand prix mode with 5 cups (2 have to be unlocked) and 4 difficulty settings which get progressively harder until you reach the near impossible diamnd cup on master class.
Summary: Back in 1990, Nintendo made the worlds first high speed racing game. It had no weapons or gimmicks, just an emphasis on speed. 13 years later Nintendo upgraded everything, the result is this : F - Zero GX. Graphics No pop up whatsoever, everything runs at a smooth 60 FPS even in 4 player mode when your doing over 2000 KM/H. Futuristic backgrounds that simply have to be seen to be believed, lots of variation.
Summary: The Gamecube is really showing itself to be the star for games which you can just 'pick up and play'. Simple games with intuitive controls so that when you drag a few mates round yours after a night out, you don't have to spend half an hour detailing that if you press 'Square, Square, wait for 3 seconds, press Triangle and Circle together ... no, CIRCLE!', your on screen bod will sidestep left. F-Zero is one of these simple in priciple games.
Summary: this is a great game, but it is not for those who give up too easily, the tracks are very much harder than those on prevoius versions of the game (as many tracks have no sides) but there is the option in multiplayer to regenerate your vehicl if you crash or fall. this livens up the multiplayer mode no end!. It is the fastest game out there and this is why you have to take the time to learn the courses and to give the game a chance!
Summary: If you buy this game you will not be sorry. If you like racing at very high speeds then this is the game for you. Unlike regular car racing, where you can usually tell the winner early on, here if you screw up once 29 machines overtake you. Playing this game, i find you simply don't have time to get bored because you are always focused 110%. Time attack is fun, to beat your best times and set new records, and the 2-4 player version is the best, to play with your friends.