F-Zero X – Climb Up! And Get the Last Chance! Piano Sheet Music
F-Zero X is a racing video game developed by Nintendo. Originally released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998, F-Zero X features full 3D graphics and was built on an improved version of the physics engine used in Super Mario 64. F-Zero X is the third released title in the F-Zero series, following F-Zero on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. F-Zero X was later rereleased for the Wii’s Virtual Console service in October 2007, and was also made available as a paid downloadable game on April 12, 2008 for members of the Wii Network Service.
The objective of F-Zero X’s single player mode is to defeat eight racing teams and collect their prize money, and then face the F-Zero Grand Prix champion. Players compete in a series of 20 races divided into four leagues; each league requires players to achieve a certain standing to advance to further leagues where more difficult opponents await. Winning all four championships in the F-Zero Grand Prix allows players to unlock the master difficulty setting, which is required in order to unlock all of the game’s content. F-Zero X also features a multiplayer mode in which up to four players can compete by using Nintendo 64 consoles connected together locally.