Game Boy Advance struts its 32-bit stuff with the blazingly fast F-ZERO Maximum Velocity, a futuristic racing game inspired by F-ZERO for the Super NES and...
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Game Boy Advance struts its 32-bit stuff with the blazingly fast F-ZERO Maximum Velocity, a futuristic racing game inspired by F-ZERO for the Super NES and F-ZERO X for the Nintendo 64.
F-Zero is the ultimate futuristic racing challenge with the fastest vehicles and the most hair-raising courses in the universe. The Link Cable for Game Boy Advance lets you pit your racing skills against up to three friends to boost, brake, bump and jump your way around the galaxy. There are both single-pak (1 Game Pak, 2-4 Game Boy Advances) and multi-pak link capabilities. Solo racing is also back and as extreme as ever. Steer your way to the top of the Grand Prix circuit to unlock hidden tracks and vehicles. F-Zero for Game Boy Advance is an intense rush for speed freaks everywhere.
While it isn't be most visually astonishing Game Boy Advance launch game, Maximum Velocity's visuals improves upon the SNES version in almost every respect.
The element that really makes F-Zero Maximum Velocity shine is its four player option.
F-Zero is definetly the future of racing, or at least the future of portable games. The graphics... alone appear futuristic for such a small processor and overall, a great buy
Published 3556 days ago by pokemmaniac
This is a racing game definitely worth getting. It's a challenge, and all about racing, so... racing and F-Zero fans will like it.
Published 3737 days ago by mk34
I would recommend this game only to racing fans. People that aren't into racing will probably... find this game frustrating.
Published 4051 days ago by peakster
great graphics, machines, and more
Published 4250 days ago by Economist33
Great Graphics, Excellent sound, and cool levels this game is the best. I suggest this game to... everyone who loves plays games.
Published 4269 days ago by kojsza