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F-Zero Maximum Velocity review. Classic Game Room reviews F-ZERO: MAXIMUM VELOCITY for Game Boy Advance released in 2001 as a launch title for the new, radtastic GBA handheld. Classic Game Room crashes like a champ in F-Zero Maximum Velocity by avoiding the green pit stop areas which will recharge you (but where's the fun in that?). What I like about this F-Zero is the simplicity and the crashes, it's very cool the way the camera pulls back to show the burning wreckage and plays sad music. Boo hoo, you lost and you suck. But don't worry, your clone will take your place and probably also crash and die. CGR F-Zero Maximum Velocity video review has F-Zero Maximum Velocity gameplay recorded from Gameboy Advance SP showing Nintendo Game Boy Advance F-Zero game play in HD action.
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of F-Zero: Maximum Velocity for the Game Boy Advance developed by Nd Cube and Nintendo and published by Nintendo. Just as they had done a decade earlier, Nintendo launched new hardware with an F-Zero game. The Game Boy Advance debuted at full throttle with F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, just the third F-Zero game released in North America. Maximum Velocity also brings the series back to its 2D roots. In fact, the track design is very similar to the original F-Zero, boasting lots of tight turns and narrow roads. Maximum Velocity was a landmark release for handheld gaming—it was a major step forward in terms of portable graphics and performance. Handheld games didn't look like Maximum Velocity before Maximum Velocity. And then handheld games got falcon punched! The game also features forward-thinking multiplayer options, including a single-cartridge option for what would later be called download play. F-Zero: Maximum Velocity is a single and multiplayer GBA launch title. This video review features video gameplay footage of F-Zero: Maximum Velocity for the Game Boy Advance and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of F-Zero GP Legend from Suzak and Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. Released in 2004, GP Legend is the second F-Zero game published for Game Boy Advance, following up the 2001 launch title F-Zero: Maximum Velocity. And in a sense, F-Zero GP Legend is just more of the same. It's a cartridge packed with new tracks and ample challenge, but there's not much in GP Legend that F-Zero fans haven't seen before. More racing, more break-neck speed, more Captain Falcon. This video review features video gameplay footage of F-Zero GP Legend for the Game Boy Advance and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.