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F-Zero X [Wii U] £8.99 @ Nintendo eshop

£8.99 @ Nintendo
F-Zero X DOWNLOAD VERSION Price on Nintendo eShop £8.99 (inc. VAT) Type Virtual Console (Wii U) System Wii U (European version) Release date 03/11/2016 Languages English Downl… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
F-Zero X
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Price on Nintendo eShop
£8.99
(inc. VAT)

Type
Virtual Console (Wii U)

System
Wii U (European version)

Release date
03/11/2016

Languages
English

Download size
107.48 MB

Type
Virtual Console (Wii)

System
Wii (European version)

Release date
15/06/2007

Languages
English

Original system
Nintendo 64

Languages
English

A scintillating successor to a Super Nintendo classic, F-Zero X is one of the fastest racers you'll ever clap eyes on. If you were one of the people who got queasy from playing the original F-Zero, wait until you play F-Zero X! Part of the reason F-Zero X plays so well is the game's consistently fast frame rate. Even with 30 hover cars jostling for the pole on-screen, there's never a hint of slow-down. Four-player split screen is perhaps the most addictive multiplayer race ever, again with no sign of syrupy frame rates.
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1 Like #1
There's been quite a few complaints about the analogue controls. Seems they don't work very well
#2
So standard price then, no?
#3
Why is this a deal?
#4
Guess F-Zero GX won't be released any time soon. GX has aged very gracefully and looks fantastic rendered in 4K using Dolphin.
3 Likes #5
Yep, NOT actually a deal, is this site becoming just a "draw your attention to something" notice board?
1 Like #6
For the cube version, this would have been a bit steep, but for the SNES one? 9 quid? They're having a laugh, this lot are specialists in failure.

Edited By: littlejimmy on Nov 04, 2016 13:36
#7
Got really excited for a moment there... then i realised there was no 'G' in front of the 'X'... Gutted.... Switch version perhaps?
#8
Seems like Nintendo need to sort out the controls.
#9
MBeeching
Guess F-Zero GX won't be released any time soon. GX has aged very gracefully and looks fantastic rendered in 4K using Dolphin.

There are no Gamecube games on the virtual consoles
#10
littlejimmy
For the cube version, this would have been a bit steep, but for the SNES one? 9 quid?

It's the N64 game, though I do appreciate the confusion. Nintendo's product description is abysmal.
#11
Marcoos
There's been quite a few complaints about the analogue controls. Seems they don't work very well
I Hear you on that: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2016/11/soapbox_captain_falcon_we_have_a_problem_with_f-zero_x_on_wii_u
#12
MBeeching
littlejimmy
For the cube version, this would have been a bit steep, but for the SNES one? 9 quid?
It's the N64 game, though I do appreciate the confusion. Nintendo's product description is abysmal.

Just read it again, my apologies, it does say the successor to the snes classic. That being the case............

For the cube version, this would have been a bit steep, but for the N64 one? 9 quid? They're having a laugh, this lot are specialists in failure.
#13
When Mario Kart 64 was released on Eshop at that price, it got plenty heat. Interesting.
#14
this was better than gx imo
9 quid though geez
#15
Nintendos N64 emulation on Wii U is notoriously bad just Google it the games look like they have a dark tint all over the screen and the graphics look wrong/crap let alone performance issues this is widespread on many a forum i personally wouldn't touch any N64 game for these reasons.

Edited By: GQ Man on Nov 07, 2016 17:05: .

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