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F-ZeroX for Nintendo 64

F-ZeroX for Nintendo 64
alaAverage 3.9

6 reviews

May, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of F-ZeroX for Nintendo 64. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Projectors for all reviews. People really like the design. Opinions are divided on the usability.


On average, users rate this product 77/100.

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Futuristic speed


F-zero X marks the futuristic racer series foray into 3-d on the 64. This racer has weird characters and nice track design. Though lack of a first-person view does detract a little from the experience.

quirky characters, multiplayer, track design

music no first-person view

Nov, 2009

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If you feel the need of speed but not extreme speed.


I got F-Zero X when it came out on the Wii's VC a couple of months ago, and been playing it when I am in a mood for a racer. So after playing it a bit is it worth your 10 bucks, well depends on what your F-Zero racing needs are, F-Zero X was fast for...

fast gameplay that is easier to getinot then the N64 version

expect to be challenged

Aug, 2007

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Adrenaline Fueled Fun at High Speeds!


I remember over five years ago, back in the grand days when the Nintendo 64 reigned the video game market along with adversaries Sony. I bought this game at an impulse since I've seen a familiar character (Captain Falcon) from a game I had for the N64...

Adrenaline fused action, fluid motion *60 fps*, keeps you busy unlocking racers

Graphics, difficulty for young gamers, some bland tracks

Jan, 2007

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F Zero X is fantastic. Really.


An overall intriguing and addictive racing game, reminiscent of the original. The only thing I found apalling about this game was the sound effects and some of the soundtracks. Otherwise, everything was fantastic. The graphics were superb, and there...

Great gameplay, blinding speed, just as good as the original

Sound effects can be unbearable at times, Death race horrible

Nov, 2004

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Mindless Racing Fun


I first came across this game while at a friend's house. It was on the big screen, and I was instantly hooked. The game play was smooth, and there were more than enough vehicles to chose from. I subsequently purchased it for myself because games that...

This game has relatively simple controls that are easy to master given practice

Fine-tuning vehicles is not as simple as it looks

Oct, 2003

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Xtreme Speeds & Thrills But Somewhat No-Frills


After the release of the immensely popular futuristic driver F-Zero that debuted on the original Super Nintendo, there were many fans out there that wanted another, except this time on the Nintendo 64 using it's powers to make the series define to very...

30 Playable vehicles and on-track drones, 60 frames-per-second, smooth gameplay, classic

Bland and low-polygonal graphics, pieced-together interface and design, poor multiplayer

May, 2003