Nintendo GameCube edition of the popular futuristic auto racing video game F-Zero.
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Uncredited cast:
Mrs. Arrow (voice) (uncredited)
Ryan Drees ...
Samurai Goroh / Michael Chain / Bio Rex / Antonio Guster (voice) (uncredited)
Jeff Gedert ...
Octoman / Leon / Shioh (voice) (uncredited)
Eric Kelso ...
Captain Falcon / Blood Falcon (voice) (uncredited)
Jeff Manning ...
Roger Buster / Don Genie (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Merluzzi ...
Black Shadow / Daigoroh / QQQ / Beastman / Announcer / Mr. Zero / System Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Walter Roberts ...
Silver Neelsen / Draq (voice) (uncredited)
Julia Yermakov ...
Jody Summer (voice) (uncredited)


Nintendo GameCube edition of the popular futuristic auto racing video game F-Zero.

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Action | Sci-Fi | Sport


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26 August 2003 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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In one of the racetracks, an old Nintendo robot, R.O.B, appears as a robot giant. See more »


Samurai Goroh: [Samurai Goroh watches Captain Falcon with his binoculars drive his blue hovercar in the canyon. Samurai Goroh signals his gang members and they jump down and ambush Captain Falcon and he stops the hovercar] You stole the prize money from us last time! You will pay for that!
Samurai Goroh: [Captain Falcon waves his hand and opens his window door. Samurai Goroh examines his hovercar] That's a fine machine you're driving Falcon. You know the law here in Red Canyon. If you lose the race, you forfeit your machine. ...
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Follows F-Zero (1990) See more »


Music by Daiki Kasho
Lyrics by Alan Brey
Vocals by Alan Brey
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23 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

F-zero set the bar for graphics and sound in 1990. in 1998, F-zero X raised that bar even higher, adapting sweet 64-bit graphics and excellent music. now, F-Zero GX Goes even higher with the Gamecube. Since sega helped work on the project, they must have added some blast processing into it. while on F-zero and F-zero X it didn't feel like you were going at 1400 KPH, in F-zero GX you feel like you are.

The game features numerous other things to keep you entertained. like create-a-modes and unlockable characters. There's grand prix mode and story mode, in which you play as captain falcon. mysteriously, Death race has gone missing. Where did it go? it was fun! Personally, i find the visuals Amazing. I swear little kids are the only ones who can keep up with them, because i'm 19 and i can barely follow whats happening on the screen, sometimes smashing into a wall. it's insane.

on the con side, The music is not an improvement. The original F-zero and F-zero X both had killer soundtracks. This one just has Techno that really doesn't cling to the ears as well as the other games.

Bottom line, it's worth getting. i own it and i'm happy with it.


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