List Of Planets In The F-Zero Series
F-Zero (エフゼロ, Efu Zero?) is a series of futuristic racing video games originally created by Nintendo EAD with multiple games developed by outside companies. The first game was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990 and prompted Nintendo to create multiple sequels on succeeding gaming consoles.
The series has been known for its high-speed racing, unique characters and settings, difficult gameplay, original music, and pushing the limits of its technology to be one of the fastest racing games ever. The first game inspired the creation of games such as Daytona USA and the Wipeout series.
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... Aggregate review scores Game GameRankings Metacritic F-Zero 83% — F-Zero X 86.93% 85/100 F-Zero Maximum Velocity 84.04% 86/100 F-Zero GX 89.26% 89/100 F-Zero GP Legend ... Matt Casamassina of IGN said in 2003 that the F-Zero franchise has remained regarded one of the best video game series in the racing genre ... In 2008, an editor from Pro-G stated F-Zero GX "still ranks as one of the best high-speed racers ever made, but the series has been lying dormant for years" ...
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