- Also Known As
- The Best F-Zero
- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 25th Jun 2007, 1,000 points (USA)
- 15th Jun 2007, 1,000 points (UK/EU)
- 29th May 2007, 1,000 points (JPN)
- 6th Nov 1998 (UK/EU)
- 14th Jul 1998 (JPN)
- 26th Oct 1998 (USA)
Wii U eShop
- 3rd Nov 2016, £8.99 (UK/EU)
- 12th Jan 2017, $9.99 (USA)
- Controller Support
- Classic, Gamecube
Wii U / N64
Classic game, now with added flaw
There was some F-Zero-related DLC for Mario Kart 8 and a mini-game in Nintendo Land, but disappointingly the Wii U has not proven to be the console where the series made its return with a brand spanking new game. Whilst hopes for a new entry in the series must now switch to future hardware, Wii U-owning fans of...
Wii Virtual Console / Nintendo 64
You got boost power!
The original F-Zero on the Super Nintendo really blew gamers away with its flagrant use of mode 7, crisp graphics, inspired music and tough difficulty curve. It was really the first of its kind spawning many imitators such as Wipeout. Nintendo must have known the expectations were high for the N64 sequel and pulled out all the...
About The Game
A scintillating successor to a Super Nintendo classic, F-Zero X is one of the fastest racers you'll ever clap eyes on.
If you were one of the wimps who got queasy from playing the original F-Zero, wait until you play F-Zero X! Part of the reason F-Zero X plays so well is the game's consistently fast frame rate. Even with 30 hover cars jostling for pole position on-screen, there's never a hint of slow-down.