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DF Retro: The F-Zero Saga Revisited - From SNES Launch To GameCube Perfection And Beyond

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The game that introduced us to Mode 7 on its launch for Super Famicom and SNES, F-Zero enjoyed a long and distinguished history across three generations of Nintendo home consoles - plus some excellent GameBoy Advance support. But with F-Zero GX, it was also a series that bowed out at its absolute peak. John Linneman assesses the history of the series and the technology that delivered some outstanding futuristic racing.


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