(GBA / Game Boy Advance)

F-Zero Maximum Velocity (GBA / Game Boy Advance)

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The famous futuristic racing series that originated on Super Nintendo hits Game Boy Advance with supersonic force!

F-Zero: Maximum Velocity brings brand new vehicles and unique tracks packed with deadly tight turns, stomach-churning speed boosts and gravity-defying jumps. Master 20 different courses and four difficulty levels as you work your way up the ranks from lowly rookie to F-Zero champion!

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Wii U eShop Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Martin Watts

Back to the future

Ah, F-Zero. The futuristic racing series that’s so fast that even Nintendo appears to have lost track of it. While it’s true that Nintendo hasn't really done anything new with the series since it last released the Japanese exclusive F-Zero Climax way...

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3DS eShop Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Jon Wahlgren

Gotta go fast

F-Zero has always been Nintendo’s way of flaunting how on the cutting-edge of technology it can be when it so chooses. Like a bat out of Hell, the original F-Zero launched alongside the Super NES to draw a clear distinction between where 16-bit...

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User Comments (3)



edhe said:

I don't like this game because I'm not very good at it.

I know they released other F-Zero games for the GBA, but did they play more like the N64 version, because I can actually play that game without constantly slamming against the side of the track.

I look forward to ritually destroying my GBA copy of the game and then... downloading the ambassador version, because it's free!

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