Gameplay: Players take control of four different racers in this game. There are four vehicles in this game known as: Blue Falcon, Fire Stingray, Golden Fox and the Wild Goose. Most players would choose the Blue Falcon and the Fire Stingray since they were the best not only for beginners but also for experts since they showed favoritism to those cars, especially the Blue Falcon which is piloted by the one and only Captain Falcon.
Race Tracks. Each and everyone of the tracks had a good environmental and defining look. To me, the first place was Mute City, in which was known as New York City. Second place in my list is the Big Blue, a planet that is completely covered by water, although in this game the skyline of the stage showed that it had palm trees and tiny islands.
Characters: Before all the other pilots came such as: Jody Summer, Zoda, Blood Falcon, Mighty Gazelle and so on, there were only four pilots in this game. These four pilots are: Captain Falcon, Samurai Goroh, Dr. Stewart and Pico. Captain Falcon would make his debut in the famous fighting game Super Smash Bros, Super Smash Bros. Melee, and possibly he will return for Super Smash Bros Brawl. Captain Falcon would also be in the 2003 anime F-Zero: Falcon Legend (GP Legend in America), and his name is Bart Lemming, because Captain Falcon is a title in the anime rather than a proper name.
Music: The music is breathtaking and memorable such as the theme of Mute City and Big Blue. Both of these theme songs would be rearranged in this original game's predecessors such as F-Zero X, F-Zero GX, and F-Zero GP Legend.
History. F-Zero has begun in the early 90s with the rise of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. This game defined a new generation of racing games that took place in the distant future. F-Zero X was released in 1997 for the Nintendo 64, featuring new pilots, tracks, custom tracks, and graphics. In the mid-2000's F-Zero GX was released for the Nintendo Gamecube, and was also successful. In 2005-2006, F-Zero GP Legend was released, and this game was based on the anime F-Zero: The Legend of Falcon (Romaji: F-Zero: Falcon Densetsu). The sequel to the GP Legend game was released only in Japan, and never came overseas, but still it is available for download on the emulator.
Rantings: What was kind of bothering was that you bumped into some cars either they kicked you off the track while on mid-air or you could make them explode or you blew up with them when your energy was low. The Blue Falcon and Fire Stingray were easy to drive and they were fast. However, the Golden Fox and Wild Goose were fast but they did not have very good grip.
Overa: The classic always lives on in the hearts of old school gamers like me. My final score is a 10 out of 10