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Game Boy Advance
Nintendo of America
Nintendo R&D1
UPC: 45496733988

Released: 9-20-04
Players: 1-4
Country Origin: US

Game Genre:
Racing / Driving
Genre Sport:
Anime / Manga, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Genre Non-Sport:
Anime / Manga, Sci-Fi / Futuristic

Price Guide (USD):
Loose:  $6.11
Complete:  $8.50
New:  $9.99
Rarity:  4/10

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Rating: 8.3
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Filesize: 6,145kb

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F-Zero - GP Legend Featured Review

F-Zero - GP Legend Review by: EX Palen - 8.5/10

Ahead of the first
Since long time ago, mankind has always imagined how the future would be. Mankind's imagination, long before developing videogames, has always inspired different future realities. 1984, for example, a book from George Orwell wrote in 1948, expected how would the world be less than forty years into the future, the same as did Stanley Kubrick in 1968 when filming 2001: A Space Odyssey. Orwell had some success, but only due to the language the characters spoke. Kubrick just failed catastrophically. Later on, Star Wars and Star Trek advanced some centuries into the future, still showing, as Kubrick, space colonization by mankind. Videogames weren't realistic the first decades, not just graphics but also game plots. Mach Rider, a NES game released in 1985, was the first racing game to be set on the future, but F-Zero, in 1990, was the one that created the futuristic racing sub-genre, with its own series and more like WipeOut to come.

This game was the last installment (actually not, but Climax, its successor, was only released in Japan) of the F-zero series to date, released in 2003 shortly after F-Zero GX for the GameCube. Since then, no other F-Zero game has been released, which is sad, so let's give this series the reviews they deserve.

Graphics: The machines are very detailed. The circuits, and also the environment of each planet, are also good: the big oceans from Big Blue, the storms in Lighting, the mist in Mist Flow that lowers visibility... The only bad thing is the circuit map. I don't remember it flickering when I played this on my Game Boy Advance SP, but either I'm wrong or it's a problem within the emulator. Whatever happens with the map, graphics still get a 9.

Sound: What has to be said about sound? The themes from Mute City and Big Blue are a trademark of the F-Zero series, and two of the most epic themes of all time. The menu music is also good, and nothing wrong with the in-game sound effects. Although I don't like much playing with background music, there's almost nothing to be blocked by music in this game, so I give sound a 9.

Addictiveness: Well, it's not that addictive, at least for me. The fact that you just have to win all cups in all difficulties isn't that much of a challenge. The story is rather short, with only eight characters out of 30, and then you're left with Zero Test and Time Attack, that means, you can only challenge yourself. Maybe I'm slipping information regarding other aspects, but if those aspects aren't very good they affect the way you would play this game again or not. For all of this, addictiveness receives a 6.

Story: The game is inspired in the anime of the same name, but I know nothing about it. Maybe this game's story is the same as the anime, but it's really short, taking few missions and few characters to complete. However, it can be quite challenging depending the way you drive, and there are some missions that are really painful for my style. Even so, story gets a 6.

Depth: Again, what I said in addictiveness and story. It has a short story, yes, there aren't many things to do in Grand Prix, yes, but if you connect with the game, you can develop the challenge to improve yourself in Time Attack by selecting a bunch of your best machines and putting them against the clock, or master all the Zero Test missions. I'm not one of those chosen ones, even so depth gets a 7.

Difficulty: The difficulty of the CPU maybe isn't that much of a challenge, but the circuits are another thing. We start with circuits that have boundaries in all their length, to circuits that have multiple jumps, tight sections and corners, ice, mines, water, or even they don't have what could we call the start line (Honeycomb Rink). Beating the CPU is rather easy, compared to how difficult it is to master the most difficult circuits, specially the tracks at Mist Flow, with lowered visibility. I give difficulty a 7 for all of this.

Summarizing, I don't know what do you guys think but... Wouldn't it be great for F-Zero to return? Now we have the 3DS and the Wii U, imagine what they could come up with. Hope Nintendo hears this, F-Zero needs a comeback, a great comeback.

  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 6   Depth 7   Story 6   Difficulty 7

F-Zero - GP Legend Game Description

The F-Zero series expands another level. The high speed racer has a new set of tracks to master, through Grand Prix, Time Trial and Challenge modes. You can take to the track as the famed Captain Falcon or many other heroes of the series, including a new character naming himself Rick Wheeler. Four players can also compete against each other using one game pak.

F-Zero - GP Legend Reviews

Overall 8.3    Graphics 9    Sound 9.5    Addictive 7    Story 6    Depth 7    Difficulty 7

Ahead of the first   EX Palen
Since long time ago, mankind has always imagined how the future would be. Mankind's imagination, lon...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 6   Story 6   Depth 7   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 5/5     Submitted: 09-08-13     Updated: 02-07-14     Review Replies: 1

GP Legend Boosts into the lead   AuroVee
F-Zero: GP Legend is an interesting addition to the F-Zero series of games, taking the universe...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 6   Depth 7   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 05-26-13     Review Replies: 3

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Hidden Tracks

There are 2 ''hidden'' tracks in the game, and unlocking thme is all up to chance.

Play Gold Cup on Standard difficulty in Grand Prix mode, when you you reach the last race (race #5), you have a chance of getting either an Illusion track or a Red Canyon track, with the latter appearing more frequently. Play through Grand Prix a few times and you will acquire both tracks.

Likewise, play Gold Cup on Expert difficulty in Grand Prix mode a few times and you should acquire the version II (more difficult version) of both tracks.

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Comments for F-Zero - GP Legend

AuroVee 05-25-13 - 04:40 PM
 kingcroba1200: You need to earn the max amount - $2,550,000,000 - to unlock new characters.
newgroundsfan212 06-29-12 - 02:57 PM
 no jk i have not played
newgroundsfan212 06-29-12 - 02:56 PM
 you cant!
kingcobra1200 02-29-12 - 01:30 PM
 Hey how do i use the money that i earn in story mode????
NoahPoo 08-30-11 - 05:46 PM
kingcobra1200 08-21-11 - 03:57 AM
 is anyone in chat?
kingcobra1200 07-01-11 - 03:32 AM
 This is a easy game
kingcobra1200 06-12-11 - 08:52 AM
 I just love the f-zero series
Jordu 06-11-11 - 12:01 PM
 do you do anything with the money
DAXAX ds 04-29-11 - 03:10 PM
 hello here
DAXAX ds 04-26-11 - 05:21 PM
 is to easy hahaha
DAXAX ds 04-26-11 - 05:14 PM
 Mr15tomas use the butons a and s
Mr15Tomas 04-25-11 - 05:29 PM
 how the f***... how the fuk do u do boost!!!!???
Mr15Tomas 04-25-11 - 05:25 PM
 umm... i guess they are speakin bout the same game ur playin... ISN'T IT OBVIOUS!!!!???
hyperx 03-18-11 - 05:27 PM
 wut game r u guys talking about?
MSM727 01-02-11 - 06:14 PM
 @ Shinyu Is not if your a pro
supertoon13 12-22-10 - 01:41 PM
 this is really hard
Yoshifan123 11-07-10 - 12:30 AM
Fabbe Fabiano 2 04-16-10 - 03:15 PM
 why does it fail to load EVERY BLOODY TIME
Shinyu 03-10-10 - 03:12 PM
 this game is soo hard