F-Zero GX is one of Nintendo’s best racers. Not only did it come from the sacred lineage of the F-Zero series, but it introduced a whole new slew of features. F-Zero GX was not the best selling game on the console by any means but it should be up there as one of the best games in all of Nintendo history.
F-Zero GX hit North American shelves on August 25, 2003. Although the title was given a lot of hub, it didn’t sell all that well. The reviews were average and not many people saw a reason to get it. However, when one actually plays the game it masks all of those things. The game consists of a variety of modes.
It has the prominent Grand Prix mode. It has over 5 cups with around 6 courses per cup. There are around 5 modes one can play on for any level the gamer is. Also, the game comes packed in with the Story Mode. This feature was never before seen in the F-Zero world. It had nearly 10 missions with 3 difficulties. Although the story mode can be overly challenging at times, it is very fun. Next, the most prominent feature is the game’s customizable parts mode. In this mode, gamers can build cars with parts they can buy at the store.
One can earn money by racing and completing story mode missions. Cars can be customized with many parts and can be fit for the individuals style of racing. All in all, F-Zero GX is a fantastic game and deserves more attention then it got. If you haven’t already, pick up a copy of this game now.