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F-Zero - Climax

Game Boy Advance

Game Description:

Yet another game that Japan decided not to release for reason. This game was perfectly great and is honestly the best racing game on the system.

F-Zero Climax features a bit better graphics than its previous GBA titles. It introduces several new cars. It also has an extensive story line, great music and a lot more.

The main addition to this game that wasn’t present in the earlier games is the map maker. You can create maps and give it to other players via linking. You can also play on those maps.

F-Zero Climax also has a lot of unlockables and secrets. It has overall great characters and is always worth a shot in playing on the system.

Translation Description:

This patch translates the storyline, pilot names, and control options. That’s it.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • F-Zero - Climax (Japan).gba - NOINTRO
  • CRC32: DBDC71E3
  • MD5: 8D27B349BCA44D938B67F9A28712F6C9
  • SHA-1: 6EB9208C493E8BAA43ECC0DACF71A8CB631BE7CA
  • SHA-256: 80567CD4A90A16913D7FBF9752DED5851D58B88C3CE074BDD3EC21EDDA9B1787

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Credits:

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Clank HughesHacking
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User Review Information

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
works but freezesshygodan17 Mar 2009N/ANo