History Videogame / FZero

12th Apr '16 8:01:59 AM jnv11
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* SubsystemDamage: In the original F-Zero and in F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, your vehicle's top speed drops significantly if you take enough damage. In this state, your vehicle starts [[ShowsDamage smoking and sparking]], an alarm sounds, and your life meter flashes. You need to get to the pit area quickly in this state in order to get repaired enough to get out of this state.

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* SubsystemDamage: In the original F-Zero and in F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, your vehicle's top speed drops significantly if you take enough damage. In this state, your vehicle starts [[ShowsDamage smoking and sparking]], an alarm sounds, and your life meter LifeMeter flashes. You need to get to the pit area quickly in this state in order to get repaired enough to get out of this state.
12th Apr '16 7:59:34 AM jnv11
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* ShowsDamage: In the original F-Zero and in F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, your vehicle starts smoking and sparking when it has taken enough damage for its top speed to go down. In the original F-Zero, backmarkers that have taken enough damage to[[EveryCarIsAPinto explode if your vehicle touches them]] flash pink. In F-Zero X and F-Zero GX, critically damaged vehicles flash pink.


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* SubsystemDamage: In the original F-Zero and in F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, your vehicle's top speed drops significantly if you take enough damage. In this state, your vehicle starts [[ShowsDamage smoking and sparking]], an alarm sounds, and your life meter flashes. You need to get to the pit area quickly in this state in order to get repaired enough to get out of this state.
12th Apr '16 7:42:03 AM jnv11
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* CompetitiveBalance: There are four cars to play as in the original F-Zero. The Golden Fox has the best acceleration and turning speed but is fragile, has the worst top speed, and has the worst traction, making it a gimmicky vehicle to drive that requires a very skillful pilot to exploit its high turning speed. The Blue Falcon has high acceleration and turning speed; but has bad traction, a mediocre top speed, and is somewhat fragile. The Wild Goose is durable, has mediocre acceleration, has a mediocre turn speed, has a high top speed, and has good traction; making this a balanced vehicle. The Fire Stingray has the maximum top speed, maximum durability, the worst acceleration, the worst turning speed, and maximum traction of the four, with the last attribute making it the best beginner's vehicle in this game.

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* CompetitiveBalance: There are four cars to play as in the original F-Zero. The Golden Fox has the best acceleration and turning speed but is fragile, has the worst top speed, and has the worst traction, making it a gimmicky vehicle to drive that requires a very skillful pilot to exploit its high turning speed. The Blue Falcon has high acceleration and turning speed; but has bad traction, a mediocre top speed, and is somewhat fragile. The Wild Goose is durable, has mediocre acceleration, has a mediocre turn speed, has a high top speed, and has good traction; making this a balanced vehicle. The Fire Stingray has the maximum top speed, maximum durability, the worst acceleration, the worst turning speed, and maximum traction of the four, with the last attribute making it the best beginner's vehicle in this game. This vehicle is also very powerful, but requires a lot of skill and planning to exploit its maximum normal top speed.
12th Apr '16 7:40:08 AM jnv11
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* BalancePowerSkillGimmick: This trope is done in F-Zero: Maximum Velocity with the initial four vehicles. The Hot Violet is meant to be the balanced vehicle, but each of its few advantages it has are almost completely outweighed by some significant disadvantage (e.g. its high boost speed is almost always nullified by this vehicle's rotten acceleration for a boost mode except when the boost mode is activated when it has leftover speed from running over a dash plate). This makes this vehicle probably the worst overall vehicle in the game even though other vehicles may be worse than this one in certain situations. The Fire Ball has high top speed, good armor, good traction, a decent boost, and mediocre acceleration, making it the power vehicle of the initial four. The Wind Walker (a.k.a. Crazy Horse) has good acceleration and the best turning speed that can make short work of corners when properly exploited, but this vehicle is the most fragile vehicle in the game and has the worst traction that makes dodging sudden obstacles a real problem. These facts makes this vehicle the one that requires the most skill to drive in the game. The J. B. Crystal is notable for its maximum traction that makes cornering and dodging easy and for its long boost time at decent speeds, but pays for these with a low normal top speed, making it a gimmick vehicle that makes it the best beginner's vehicle of this game. This gimmick must be exploited to shorten the required travel distance in order to place competitively in the higher difficulty modes.
12th Apr '16 7:19:28 AM jnv11
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* Competitive Balance: There are four cars to play as in the original F-Zero. The Golden Fox has the best acceleration and turning speed but is fragile, has the worst top speed, and has the worst traction, making it a gimmicky vehicle to drive that requires a very skillful pilot to exploit its high turning speed. The Blue Falcon has high acceleration and turning speed; but has bad traction, a mediocre top speed, and is somewhat fragile. The Wild Goose is durable, has mediocre acceleration, has a mediocre turn speed, has a high top speed, and has good traction; making this a balanced vehicle. The Fire Stingray has the maximum top speed, maximum durability, the worst acceleration, the worst turning speed, and maximum traction of the four, with the last attribute making it the best beginner's vehicle in this game.

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* Competitive Balance: CompetitiveBalance: There are four cars to play as in the original F-Zero. The Golden Fox has the best acceleration and turning speed but is fragile, has the worst top speed, and has the worst traction, making it a gimmicky vehicle to drive that requires a very skillful pilot to exploit its high turning speed. The Blue Falcon has high acceleration and turning speed; but has bad traction, a mediocre top speed, and is somewhat fragile. The Wild Goose is durable, has mediocre acceleration, has a mediocre turn speed, has a high top speed, and has good traction; making this a balanced vehicle. The Fire Stingray has the maximum top speed, maximum durability, the worst acceleration, the worst turning speed, and maximum traction of the four, with the last attribute making it the best beginner's vehicle in this game.
11th Apr '16 3:17:59 PM jnv11
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* BalancePowerSkillGimmick: There are four cars to play as. The Blue Falcon is average, the Golden Fox has fast acceleration but is fragile and has low grip, the Fire Stingray has high top speed and is durable but has low acceleration, and the Wild Goose is durable and corners well, the gimmick.


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* Competitive Balance: There are four cars to play as in the original F-Zero. The Golden Fox has the best acceleration and turning speed but is fragile, has the worst top speed, and has the worst traction, making it a gimmicky vehicle to drive that requires a very skillful pilot to exploit its high turning speed. The Blue Falcon has high acceleration and turning speed; but has bad traction, a mediocre top speed, and is somewhat fragile. The Wild Goose is durable, has mediocre acceleration, has a mediocre turn speed, has a high top speed, and has good traction; making this a balanced vehicle. The Fire Stingray has the maximum top speed, maximum durability, the worst acceleration, the worst turning speed, and maximum traction of the four, with the last attribute making it the best beginner's vehicle in this game.
4th Apr '16 10:31:52 PM X2X
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** [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/gamecube/560617-f-zero-gx/faqs/60534 Several F-Zero TV interviews were modified or outright censored]] in the NTSC release of ''GX'' for various reasons, such as Digi-Boy [[HollywoodAtheist espousing atheist beliefs]], Black Shadow's threatening to [[SeeYouInHell send Captain Falcon to hell]], and [[AmbiguouslyGay Baba]] mentioning [[DragQueen dressing in drag]].
31st Mar '16 12:17:57 PM MetroidFusion0
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** ''F-Zero Maximum Velocity'' has a Master difficulty setting, making most machines MUCH faster than you, and have infinite stamina. Just TRY beating Cloud Carpet or Synobazz on Master with the Fire Ball. I dare you.
** The original ''F-Zero'' has its moments. Playing on Death Wind with the Golden Fox on Expert or above is a joke, and some of the turns and jumps can catch new players off-guard.
** The series is famous for having UNFORGIVING AI. on higher difficulties, other players will sacrifice a first or second place ranking just to drive you off the road, and enemies make a beeline for you if you are anywhere near a pit. This gets incredibly frustrating on Illusion in ''F-Zero GP Legend'', where there are no barriers and one bump can kill you instantly. And there are ten guys out for your blood. Not good.
17th Mar '16 7:51:56 AM Sammettik
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* BringMyBrownPants: The normally monotone and calm Mr. Zero is scared witless if he has to interview any creepy, menacing, or downright evil characters. Oddly, he remains calm with Don Genie and The Skull.

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* BringMyBrownPants: The normally monotone and calm Mr. Zero is scared witless if he has to interview any certain creepy, menacing, or downright evil characters. Oddly, he remains calm with Don Genie and The Skull.characters.



** In order of ascending villainy/creepiness: Miss Killer, The Skull, Blood Falcon, Black Shadow, Deathborn. Averted with Michael Chain's gang, the Bloody Chain; they're nothing more than a bunch of {{Mooks}}.

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** In order of ascending villainy/creepiness: villainy: Miss Killer, The Skull, Blood Falcon, Black Shadow, Deathborn. Averted with Michael Chain's gang, the Bloody Chain; they're nothing more than a bunch of {{Mooks}}.



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12th Feb '16 11:02:59 PM X2X
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-->'''Black Shadow''': "Falcon, you've come to die? I needn't have wasted time looking for you then."

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-->'''Black Shadow''': Shadow:''' "Falcon, you've come to die? I needn't have wasted time looking for you then."



* AmazonianBeauty: Mrs. Arrow in the games, and the Arrows in the anime.
* AmbiguouslyGay: Baba. He wears an outfit with leopard prints and [[ScreamsLikeALittleGirl wails like a girl]] if he falls off the track in ''X''. ''GX'''s voice acting gave Baba an effeminate voice and several... [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar questionable comments.]] And then there's his bonus movie in ''GX''... The less you know, the better.

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* AmazonianBeauty: Mrs. Arrow Arrow, though only in the games, games and not the Arrows in the anime.
anime (and [[RecursiveAdaptation its derivative continuity]]).
* AmbiguouslyGay: Baba. He wears an outfit with leopard prints and [[ScreamsLikeALittleGirl wails like a girl]] if he falls off the track in ''X''. ''GX'''s voice acting gave Baba an effeminate voice and several... [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar questionable comments.]] comments]]. And then there's his bonus movie in ''GX''... The less you know, the better.



* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Captain Falcon and Beastman fit types two (Animal Alias) and one (Animal Abilities) respectively.

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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Captain Falcon Falcon, Beastman, and Beastman Phoenix fit types two (Animal Alias) and Alias), one (Animal Abilities) Abilities), and three (Mythical Monster Motif) respectively.



* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler:[[PowersThatBe The Creators]] are symbolic stand-ins for the creators of the game.]]

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* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler:[[PowersThatBe The Creators]] are symbolic stand-ins for the creators of the game.game, and not just in a metaphorical sense either: you have to race their staff ghost in what is essentially a glorified Time Trial.]]



* AWinnerIsYou: Beating the King Cup on [[HarderThanHard Master lass]] in the first game netted you a overhead view of your racer driving through Fire Field with a text scroll, which gives you a commendation as a masterful F-Zero racer and then bids you goodbye.

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* AWinnerIsYou: Beating the King Cup on [[HarderThanHard Master lass]] Class]] in the first game netted you a overhead view of your racer driving through Fire Field with a text scroll, which gives you a commendation as a masterful F-Zero racer and then bids you goodbye.



--> '''Captain Falcon''': "Not if I can help it. I'll destroy you yet!"

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--> '''Captain Falcon''': "Not Falcon:''' "[[ShutUpHannibal Not if I can help it. it.]] I'll destroy you yet!"



--> '''Captain Falcon''': "Come off it... You think YOU can beat ME? NO WAY!"

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--> '''Captain Falcon''': Falcon:''' "Come off it... You think YOU can beat ME? NO WAY!"



* BalancePowerSkillGimmick: There are four cars to play as. The Blue Falcon is average, the Golden Fox has fast accelaration but is fragile and has low grip, the Fire Stingray has high top speed and is durable but has low accelaration, and the Wild Goose is durable and corners well, the gimmick.

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* BalancePowerSkillGimmick: There are four cars to play as. The Blue Falcon is average, the Golden Fox has fast accelaration acceleration but is fragile and has low grip, the Fire Stingray has high top speed and is durable but has low accelaration, acceleration, and the Wild Goose is durable and corners well, the gimmick.



* BattleCouple: The Arrows. Mrs. Arrow's comments in ''GX'' imply that [[TheyFightCrime the two routinely fight crime]] on ''and'' off the track.

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* BattleCouple: The Arrows. Mrs. Arrow's comments in ''GX'' imply that [[TheyFightCrime the two routinely fight crime]] on ''and'' off the track. Samurai Goroh and his wife Lisa in the anime continuity also count, overlapping with OutlawCouple.



* BellyDancer: Princia invokes a bit of it at the Settings screen before a race and during her ending. She even wears [[BareYourMidriff suitable attire.]]

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* BellyDancer: Princia invokes a bit of it at the Settings screen before a race and during her ending. She even wears [[BareYourMidriff suitable attire.]]attire]].



-->'''Deathborn''': "[[LargeHam AAAAAAaaaaaaargh!]] [[ThisCannotBe No, it can't be!]] [[NotSoInvincibleAfterAll How can I lose!]] [[BigNo Nooooooooooooo!]]"

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-->'''Deathborn''': -->'''Deathborn:''' "[[LargeHam AAAAAAaaaaaaargh!]] [[ThisCannotBe No, it can't be!]] [[NotSoInvincibleAfterAll How can I lose!]] [[BigNo Nooooooooooooo!]]"



* BringMyBrownPants: The normally monotone and calm Mr. Zero is scared witless if he has to interview any creepy, menacing, or downright evil characters. Oddly, he remains calm with Don Genie.

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* BringMyBrownPants: The normally monotone and calm Mr. Zero is scared witless if he has to interview any creepy, menacing, or downright evil characters. Oddly, he remains calm with Don Genie.Genie and The Skull.



* ChildProdigy: Terry "Digi-Boy" Getter. Clank Hughes in the anime. The latter probably [[TeenGenius remained the same]] after the TimeSkip, but we'll never know for sure.

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* ChildProdigy: Terry "Digi-Boy" Getter. Clank Hughes in the anime. The latter probably [[TeenGenius remained the same]] after the TimeSkip, [[LeftHanging but we'll never know for sure.sure]].



* ContinuityReboot: ''Maximum Velocity'' is a quasi-example. The game uses the same mechanics as the Super NES (one boost charge per lap rather than boost consuming your machine's energy, finishing below third disqualifies you and so on), and not even the race settings are the same (we have Bianca City standing in for Mute City, for example). The only nod to the original ''F-Zero'' series was Kent Akechi, rumored to be Falcon's son.

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* ContinuityReboot: ''Maximum Velocity'' is a quasi-example. The game uses the same mechanics as the Super NES title (one boost charge per lap rather than boost consuming your machine's energy, finishing below third disqualifies you and so on), and not even the race settings are the same (we have Bianca City standing in for Mute City, for example). The only nod to the original ''F-Zero'' series was Kent Akechi, rumored to be Falcon's son.



* DamselInDistress: Jody becomes one in Chapter 5 of ''GX'''s Story Mode and has another moment in the ''GP Legend'' video game. Pretty much every female suffers from this in the anime. Otherwise, [[ActionGirl they can all fend for themselves]].

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* DamselInDistress: Jody becomes one in Chapter 5 of ''GX'''s Story Mode and has another moment in the ''GP Legend'' video game. Pretty much every female suffers from this in the anime. Otherwise, anime at some point or another, but [[ActionGirl they can all fend for themselves]].themselves]] otherwise.



* DeadlyWalls: Some scenery objects in ''GX'' will cause your machine to explode instantaneously upon contact. ''[[FridgeLogic Even if you're only going 10 km/h]]''.

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* DeadlyWalls: Some scenery objects in ''GX'' will cause your machine to explode instantaneously upon contact. ''[[FridgeLogic Even if you're only going 10 km/h]]''.km/h.]]''



** ''F-Zero X'' changed this so that you got an extra life for every five kills you score in a single race. ''GX'' changes this to ''only'' the first five kills per race.

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** ''F-Zero X'' changed this so that you got an extra life for every five kills you score in a single race. ''GX'' changes this again to ''only'' the first five kills per race.



* EvilIsHammy: Subverted in that the the ''heroes'' [[HamToHamCombat are just as capable at chewing the scenery as the villains are.]]

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* EvilIsHammy: Subverted in that the the ''heroes'' [[HamToHamCombat are just as capable at chewing the scenery as the villains are.]]are]].



* GeniusBruiser: Bio Rex, mainly because he was genetically engineered to be one. [[GeniusDitz The "Genius" part usually doesn't show]].

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* GeniusBruiser: Bio Rex, mainly because he was genetically engineered to be one. [[GeniusDitz The "Genius" part usually doesn't show]].show.]]



** The comic included with the manual of ''F-Zero'' paints Dr. Stewart in this light. This element of his personality was either [[CharacterizationMarchesOn subsequently dropped]], {{retcon}}ned out of existence, or [[CharacterDevelopment Stewart simply mellowed out]] ([[WildMassGuessing The Horrific Grand Finale and/or the death of his father may have had something to do with it]]).

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** The comic included with the manual of ''F-Zero'' paints Dr. Stewart in this light. This element of his personality was either [[CharacterizationMarchesOn subsequently dropped]], {{retcon}}ned out of existence, or [[CharacterDevelopment Stewart simply mellowed out]] ([[WildMassGuessing The the Horrific Grand Finale and/or the death of his father may have had something to do with it]]).



-->'''Super Arrow''': "I am Champion! I am [[ForGreatJustice Justice]]! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I am SUPER ARROW!]]"

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-->'''Super Arrow''': Arrow:''' "I am Champion! I am [[ForGreatJustice Justice]]! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I am SUPER ARROW!]]"



-->'''Batman''': "I am vengeance! I am the night! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I am]] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries BATMAN!]]"

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-->'''Batman''': -->'''Batman:''' "I am vengeance! I am the night! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I am]] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries BATMAN!]]"



* KavorkaMan: Aside from Silver Neelson at the end of the anime episode focusing on him, there is Samurai Goroh. Lacking in terms of manners and kindness, yet the space princess Princia [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys is head-over-heels for him]]. He also has a son, which would imply that another woman felt the same way in the past. This, however, is subverted with the anime's version Goroh and his wife Lisa.

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* KavorkaMan: Aside from Silver Neelson at the end of the anime episode focusing on him, there is Samurai Goroh. Lacking in terms of manners and kindness, yet the space princess Princia [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys is head-over-heels for him]]. He also has a son, which would imply that another woman felt the same way in the past. This, however, is subverted with the anime's version Goroh and his wife Lisa.Lisa, who serve as an [[AntiHero anti-heroic]] OutlawCouple.



** Taken a step further with [[spoiler:[[PowersThatBe The Creators]], who are implied to have made Deathborn into what he is today.]]

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** Taken a step further with [[spoiler:[[PowersThatBe The Creators]], who are implied to have made Deathborn into what he is today.]]today]].



** ''GX''[='s=] Story Mode is brutally difficult, even on Normal difficulty. And there's still two more difficulty levels above that. Very Hard mode requires no less than absolute perfection most of the time.

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** ''GX''[='s=] Story Mode is brutally difficult, even on Normal difficulty. And there's still two more difficulty levels above that. Very Hard mode requires no less than absolute perfection (and some {{luck|BasedMission}}) most of the time.



* NonIndicativeName: The "Grip" stat in ''GX'' and ''AX''. Unlike in ''X'' where it determines how well the machine avoids sliding on corners, instead it determines how much speed the machine loses when turning. For example, the Fat Shark with its E-rank grip slows down to comparatively turtle speeds on gentle curves, but the Hyper Speeder with its A-rank grip doens't lose a single kilometer per hour of speed when it's turning as hard as possible without sliding.

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* NonIndicativeName: The "Grip" stat in ''GX'' and ''AX''. Unlike in ''X'' where it determines how well the machine avoids sliding on corners, instead it determines how much speed the machine loses when turning. For example, the Fat Shark with its E-rank grip slows down to comparatively turtle speeds on gentle curves, but the Hyper Speeder with its A-rank grip doens't doesn't lose a single kilometer per hour of speed when it's turning as hard as possible without sliding.



** Inverted with [[spoiler:Berserker, the alias Falcon adopted in the later half of the series]]. Ryu and Clank are able to deduce his identity due to his ''racing style''.

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** Inverted with [[spoiler:Berserker, the alias Falcon adopted in the later half of the series]]. Ryu and Clank are able to deduce his identity due to his ''racing style''.''[[FightingFingerprint racing style]]''.



* {{Retcon}}: Between ''X'' and ''GX'', several plot elements were nixed and/or rewritten. For example, The Skull was said to have died in The Horrific Grand Finale (a gruesome crash in which 14 racers ''burned to death''; Super Arrow was the only one to survive) but then was revived due to [[CrazyPrepared an experiment he performed on himself as a precaution]]. Come ''GX'', this crash is discarded in favor of ''another'' crash (one that involved Mighty Gazelle), The Skull is simply brought back from the grave from a period of about two centuries ago via {{necromanc|er}}y [[{{Magitek}} and technology]], and Super Arrow is something of a greenhorn who used his superpowers to race adequately. In turn, this makes it somewhat hard for purists to reconcile the original ''F-Zero'', ''X'', and ''GX'' into one neat timeline.

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* {{Retcon}}: Between ''X'' and ''GX'', several plot elements were nixed and/or rewritten. For example, The Skull was said to have died in The the Horrific Grand Finale (a gruesome crash in which 14 racers ''burned to death''; Super Arrow was the only one to survive) but then was revived due to [[CrazyPrepared an experiment he performed on himself as a precaution]]. Come ''GX'', this crash is discarded in favor of ''another'' crash (one that involved Mighty Gazelle), The Skull is simply brought back from the grave from a period of about two centuries ago via {{necromanc|er}}y [[{{Magitek}} and technology]], and Super Arrow is something of a greenhorn who used his superpowers to race adequately. In turn, this makes it somewhat hard for purists to reconcile the original ''F-Zero'', ''X'', and ''GX'' into one neat timeline.



*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJC37fdPoB4 Here's proof.]] The [=TASer=] glitches the hell out of the game to do laps in under 10 seconds each and the A.I. is ''still'' right behind him the entire time. And here's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9wcWH_Q99w an even worse example,]] with laps in three seconds of in-game time. This is possibly the most JustForFu/{{egregious}} example of rubber-band A.I. in the history of video games.

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*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJC37fdPoB4 Here's proof.]] The [=TASer=] glitches the hell out of the game to do laps in under 10 seconds each and the A.I. is ''still'' right behind him the entire time. And here's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9wcWH_Q99w an even worse example,]] with laps in three seconds of in-game time. This is possibly the most JustForFu/{{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} example of rubber-band A.I. in the history of video games.



** ''GX'''s Story Mode attempts to justify this as [[spoiler:the main world and Underworld's championship belts hold the essences of light and darkness. When combined, they possess enough power to turn its wearer into a ''god'' and [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt destroy the universe]]]]. Of course, [[spoiler:that was just a rumor made up by [[BiggerBad The Creators]] to cause chaos and fighting for their entertainment]].

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** ''GX'''s Story Mode attempts to justify this as [[spoiler:the main world and Underworld's championship belts hold the essences of light and darkness. When combined, they possess enough power to turn its wearer into a ''god'' and [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt destroy the universe]]]]. Of course, [[spoiler:that was just a rumor made up by [[BiggerBad [[GreaterScopeVillain The Creators]] to cause chaos and fighting for their entertainment]].



* SignatureTeamTransport: ''Every'' character has one, the most iconic being Captain Falcon's Blue Falcon as it followed him in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros other franchises.]]

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* SignatureTeamTransport: ''Every'' character has one, the most iconic being Captain Falcon's Blue Falcon as it followed him in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros other franchises.]]franchises]].



* TheStoic: Captain Falcon (among several others), although he somehow also manages to be a LargeHam (also among several others) in ''GX'' [[DramaticDeadpan at the time]].

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* TheStoic: Captain Falcon (among several others), although he somehow also manages to be a LargeHam (also among several others) in ''GX'' [[DramaticDeadpan at the same time]].



--> [[spoiler:'''Captain Falcon''': [[LegacyCharacter The name "Captain Falcon"]] [[DareToBeBadass is a title given to those worthy of it.]] Ryu Suzaku... [[HeroicSacrifice as of today]], [[TheHeroDies you are the new Captain Falcon]].]]

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--> [[spoiler:'''Captain Falcon''': Falcon:''' [[LegacyCharacter The name "Captain Falcon"]] [[DareToBeBadass is a title given to those worthy of it.]] Ryu Suzaku... [[HeroicSacrifice as of today]], [[TheHeroDies you are the new Captain Falcon]].]]
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