The classic Nintendo franchise that has inspired countless futuristic racing games returns with F-Zero GX on the Nintendo GameCube. Long-time rival Sega collaborated with Nintendo to redefine the futuristic racing genre with intense competition, blazing speeds, and brilliant track designs. F-Zero GX offers 20 different tracks and over 30 unique pilots, as well as a custom craft editor where players can create their own vehicle. Multiple game modes including Grand Prix, Time Attack, Versus mode, and the all new challenging story mode offer a multitude of alternatives to traditional racing. Players can laso save their game data on a memory card and use it to race custom vehicles in the arcade version of F-Zero GX.
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