- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 19th Nov 2006, 800 points (USA)
- 8th Dec 2006, 800 points (UK/EU)
- 2nd Dec 2006, 800 points (JPN)
Wii U eShop
- 21st Feb 2013, £5.49 (UK/EU)
- 20th Feb 2013, $7.99 (USA)
- 27th Apr 2013, ¥800 (JPN)
- 17th Mar 2016, £7.19/€7.99 (UK/EU)
- 21st Nov 1990 (JPN)
- Aug 1991 (USA)
- 1992 (UK/EU)
- Controller Support
- Classic, Gamecube
New 3DS / SNES
Retro future racing fun.
A launch title for the SNES, F-Zero is a game that showed off the system's Mode 7 visuals, provided great racing action and is now available for New Nintendo 3DS; now you can enjoy the high-speed thrills at home, in the park or in the bathroom. There's a lot of love for the futuristic racing series, but not from Nintendo;...
Wii U eShop / SNES
The race of a lifetime
Looking at it today, it’s genuinely hard to believe that F-Zero was a SNES launch title. For a game that is now over two decades old, it remains remarkably impressive from a purely visual standpoint. The Mode 7 rotational and scaling effects — which were relatively new to console players back in 1990 — still look...
Wii Virtual Console / Super Nintendo
From zero to Mode 7 hero
Before WipEout, there was F-Zero. Nintendo's futuristic racer was one of the first SNES releases, but shows very little sign of aging — in fact, it feels just as fresh and fun today as it did all those years ago. Graphically, the Mode 7 effects have obviously lost some of their edge when viewed today but the visuals are...
About The Game
In the year 2560, the greatest racing competition is the F-Zero championship. Pilots from all over the galaxy risk their lives as they battle for first place in their dazzling hovercrafts. The unforgettable racing game of the Super Nintendo.
Taking full advantage of the famous "Mode 7" special effect, F-Zero redefined the notion of speed in racing games. The numerous tracks were filled with deadly traps and some of the best players would always find new techniques to improve their lap records in practice Mode. F-Zero also featured one of the most famous soundtracks in the history of video games.