Posted By: wraggster
Playing F-Zero GX so soon after the demise of SCE Studio Liverpool feels like finding a new lover before the bed is even cold. F-Zero isn’t a ‘new’ lover at all, of course, but actually one of my first. It was in Hong Kong’s Golden Market (think Akihabara crossed with The Raid) that its rising jet engines soared above thousands of inane, squabbling gadgets, not to mention Neo-Geos, and ended up sneaking through UK customs in a suitcase. It was the audio, more than even the Mode 7 pseudo-3D, that really put the super in Super Famicom.