Zero Racers
Zero Racers
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Virtual Boy platform icon
Genre(s) Racing
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Zero Racers (also known as G-Zero) was a game that was planned to be released on the Virtual Boy. Developed and published by Nintendo, it was meant to be the next installment in the F-Zero series. It was going to be released in the Fall of 1996, but was canceled because of the Virtual Boy's failure. An image of the game was revealed in Nintendo Power V86.

Four vehicles were confirmed in the Nintendo Power issue. In the final game there would have been 15 courses and three circuits. Courses A2-A5 were revealed in the magazine.

List of vehiclesEdit

Four of the game's vehicles were revealed in Nintendo Power. It's uncertain if more were going to be included in the final version, though it should be noted that in the original F-Zero there were only four pilots. They include:

  • Falcon: Has a maximum speed of 852 kph.
  • Stingray: Has a maximum speed of 837 kph.
  • Goose: Has a maximum speed of 862 kph.
  • Origammy: Has a maximum speed of 835 kph.