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F-Zero: Maximum Velocity

F-Zero: Maximum Velocity (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Tags: Racing, Arcade
Developer: NDCube
More Platforms: SNES
AKA: F-Zero (JP)

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Staff Reviews

F-Zero: Maximum Velocity review

Review date unknown

James Gordon says: "And because of the fact that there are NO other elements incorporated into the game except straight racing (and this isn't even realistic, folks), the game gets incredibly boring. I don't want to make it sound as if there is no fun whatsoever in this game; it's just that after a while, it can get rather dull."
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Reader Reviews

F-Zero: Maximum Velocity review

Reviewed March 08, 2005

psychopenguin says: "F-Zero is one of the best racing games ever created, and it still provides hours of fun nowadays. So, it was pretty much a no brainer for Nintendo to re-release the game on Game Boy Advance, since they were going to port over several old SNES games. However, just like their rather crappy port of Super Mario Advance, F-Zero: Maximum Velocity is just not that good. It's better than the awful Super Mario Advance, but that is really not saying much. Maximum Velocity is a Maximum Disappointment, and ..."
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F-Zero: Maximum Velocity review

Reviewed November 27, 2002

ratking says: "F-Zero X was a grand game for the N64, and showed that there were more than just kart racing and car racing in the racing industry. Now there was the master of hovercrafts, who had appeared in two different games on two different systems. So why not make another one on the GBA. The GBA was as powerful as a Super Nintendo and the original F-Zero was good, so this one could be just as good. And it was good, but not great as it had some weaknesses. "
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F-Zero: Maximum Velocity review

Reviewed March 07, 2004

tomclark says: "The Game Boy and Game Boy Color were never really renowned for their racing games. The limited power of the machines was more sorted to (seemingly endless) platform games than anything else. The arrival of the Game Boy Advance is hoping to redress that balance. The greater power of Ninty's latest handheld sees the advent of portable FPS games, and of portable racing games that are actually quite good. Which brings us in a nice roundabout way, to F-Zero: Maximum Velocity. "
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