F-Zero X is a futuristic racing game for the Nintendo 64 home console and the third installment in the F-Zero series. Developed by Nintendo's EAD division, F-Zero X was released in July 1998 and was praised for its fast gameplay, abundance of courses and vehicles, track design and being one of the first games of the time to maintain a constant 60 frames per second, even with 30 vehicles on screen at once.
F-Zero X - Overview
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Last updated by Dean, 17th September