Tuesday, November 20, 2007

F-Zero Over the years - Game footage

"F-Zero - F-Zero is a futuristic fast-paced racing game developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was first released in Japan on November 21, 1990 and later in North America on August 13, 1991 and in Europe on June 4, 1992. Its success led to a series of games for multiple Nintendo consoles, handhelds, and arcade.

BS F-Zero Grand Prix - BS F-Zero Grand Prix is a Satellaview-X competition version of the original F-Zero game, which was never released outside of Japan. The player goes against other racers to strive to win the F-Zero Grand Prix. Subscribers to the satellite system system gets a new circuit with the original 15 circuits.

F-Zero X - F-Zero X is a video game for the Nintendo 64 console. It debuted in Japan on July 14, 1998, in North America on September 30, 1998, and in Europe on November 6, 1998.The game sold 56,457 copies during its first week of sale in Japan.The North American release of F-Zero X supposedly suffered from a three month delay due to Nintendo of America's then release policy of spacing the release of first-party games out evenly.F-Zero X is the third installment of Nintendo's F-Zero series.

F-Zero GX - F-Zero GX is a futuristic racing game taking place in the 26th century. Pilots race plasma-powered hovercars in an intergalactic Grand Prix at speeds that can exceed over 2000 km/h. The game is noteworthy for its visuals, intense action, high level of difficulty and for its very high sense of speed. There is a large amount of variety in the track design, including loops, half-pipes, cylinders, and jumps. Some courses have innate obstacles like dirt patches, mines, tricky jumps, and magnetic tubes to navigate.Before a race, the player is given the opportunity to adjust their vehicle's balance between maximum acceleration and maximum top speed.

F-Zero Maximum velocity - F-Zero Maximum Velocity (F-Zero for Game Boy Advance in Japan) is a futuristic racing game for Game Boy Advance. It is the fourth video game in the F-Zero series, but the first to be released on a handheld game console. Maximum Velocity is the first title developed by first party subsidiary NDCUBE. It is a completely original sequel of the F-Zero franchise.[1] It allows for competition against simulated opponents or human opponents.

F-Zero GP Legend - F-Zero GP Legend (F-ZERO Farukon Densetsu?) is a reboot anime series based on Nintendo's F-Zero franchise. The anime airs on TV Tokyo in Japan. In North America, the anime, licensed by 4Kids Entertainment, aired for a short while on the FoxBox, now called 4Kids TV. There are a total of 51 episodes. Even though the title, "F-Zero: Falcon Densetsu", is translated as F-Zero: Falcon Traditions or F-Zero: Legend of Falcon, Captain Falcon is not the main character. The anime stars Rick Wheeler (Ryu Suzaku in the original Japanese version). Rick was frozen for 150 years after a fatal car accident.

F-Zero Climax - F-Zero Climax is an futuristic racing video game developed for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance handheld. It was released exclusively in Japan on October 21, 2004. Climax is the eighth installment in the F-Zero series and the third to be released for the Game Boy Advance.Like its handheld predecessor, F-Zero GP Legend, it was developed by both Nintendo and Suzak and published by Nintendo. This is the first F-Zero game to have a built-in track editor without the need for an expansion or add-on."

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