What happened to F-Zero? Since 2004, the lightning-fast Nintendo series has been on halt

What happened to F-Zero? Since 2004, the lightning-fast Nintendo series has been on halt ...

F-Zero, the anti-gravity racing game, was a popular game in the 1990s and early 2000s, only to fade from the scene.

In 1990, Super Nintendo released the first game of F-Zero, exploiting the potential of Mode-7 to offer a very advanced experience that will continue to live on in Mario Kart. In 1998, F-Zero X is released for Nintendo 64, while in 2001 F-Zero Maximum Velocity is released for the Game Boy Advance in Japan, the United States, and Europe.

F-Zero GX for GameCube (F-Zero AX for arcades) and F-Zero GP Legend were released in 2003, with a few episodes dubbed in English and broadcast on the 4Kids group's channels dating back to 2004.

Then, what happens? For almost 20 years the F-Zero series has disappeared from our screens and there has never been any specific announcement of a new game or a remake, or perhaps a collection that includes the main games from the series, although no announcement has been made.

What do you think? Will F-Zero's star shine again or is the IP officially retired?

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