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In the future, brakes are for wimps.
The hovercraft classic races to the Game Boy Advance.
Game Boy Advance struts its 32-bit stuff with the blazingly fast F-ZERO Maximum Velocity, a futuristic racing game inspired by F-ZERO for the Super NES and F-ZERO X for the Nintendo 64. A quarter-century after the heroic events of F-ZERO for the Super NES, the descendents of famous racers like Captain Falcon put their their driving skills to the test in 10 brand new high-speed hovercraft, six of which have to be unlocked by overcoming the gutsy competition.
F-ZERO Maximum Velocity features hovercraft racing in four different five-track series, plus a bonus track and a track that is only available in Single-Pak multiplayer mode. Jumps, speed boosts and other track features add to the high-speed challenge. The Game Boy Advance's L and R Buttons give you pinpoint control at as you roar through the twisting, trouble-laden tracks at speeds topping 500 kilometers per hour.
An especially cool feature of F-ZERO Maximum Velocity is that four friends can race simultaneously using the Game Boy Advance four-player linking capabilities. If all players have an F-ZERO Maximum Velocity Game Pak, each can access all tracks and machines open on at least one of the Game Paks. If only one has a Game Pak, the race will take place on a special circuit available only in Single-Pak Link mode.
If you're a battle-tested vet of the F-ZERO racing series, get ready for more of the intense speed you've known and loved. If you've never played an F-ZERO game before, prepare to feel the G-forces.
Contributed by Xoleras (66128) on Dec 27, 2004.
Calling All Speed Demons!
- Two blistering multiplayer modes! In Single-Pak play, link 2, 3, or 4 Game Boy Advance systems using a single Game Pak; in Multi-Pak, link 2 to 4 systems using one Game Pak per person.
- Unlock hidden vehicles and tracks as you master 20 different courses at four difficulty levels!
- Use multiple Game Paks and link up to exchange course records with your friends!
All galactic speed limits are about to be broken! F-Zero Maximum Velocity has arrived, and the future of racing has never looked so sweet. Brand-new vehicles and Game Boy Advance original tracks await, so whether you're a Super NES veteran or a race rookie, you'll need some practice laps. And even if you do master the Grand Prix circuit, you'll still have to beat your friends to the finish line. That's right, race fans - with the Game Boy Advance Game Link cable you can take on up to three rival racers, so put the pedal to the metal and get busy boosting, bumping and jumping your way to intergalactic glory!
Contributed by Freeman (19366) on Sep 01, 2004.