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F-Zero U
F-ZeroULogo
The game's final logo.
Developer(s) SactownStudios2013
Publisher(s) Nintendologoayy
Platform(s) 698px-WiiU.svg
Genre(s) Futuristic Racing
Age Rating(s)
Teen (T)


F-Zero UX is an upcoming futuristic racing title in the F-Zero franchise and the first F-Zero game since the release of F-Zero Climax in 2004 for the Game Boy Advance. The title is stated to be a complete reboot to the franchise and features every single racer from the series with the exceptions of Berserker, Young Captain Falcon, and Death Solider. In addition, multiple new racers also appear on the roster as well, making this the largest roster in the series history.

New Features

F-Zero UX features new gameplay techniques that were not present in previous installments of the series. In previous F-Zero games, 30 racers could race at one time. In F-Zero UX, the amount of racers has increased to 40 racers. In addition, the game features HD graphics at 60 frames a second. Much like other Nintendo games, F-Zero UX makes full use of the Nintendo Network, where players are able to transfer custom machines, tracks, and pilots. In addition, many of the vehicles have been rebalanced and tweaked for better gameplay, improving on some of the flaws of many of the vehicles. Much like Mario Kart, F-Zero U will be the first title to feature DLC. It has been confirmed that the current 2 DLC packs will feature pilots and machines from F-Zero Maximum Velocity, and the anime F-Zero: GP Legend. A third DLC Pack that will include all 30 pilots and machines from F-Zero 3D has also been confirmed to be in development. The player now has the option to drive from the cockpit view, and can also use dialogue from the pilots to taunt opponents. For the first time in the franchise, the track editor is now available to use regardless of which version of the game they have. Aesthetically, many of the pilots retain their F-Zero GX designs while the others gain new designs, however they have all been aged by 10 years. Much like Mario Kart, the pilots are now able to preform stunts, drive underwater, and glide through the air. In addition, the pilots have become much more expressive during races such as gritting their teeth when boosting or getting dizzy when being hit by a spin attack.

Casual Mode

Casual Mode is a new mode in F-Zero UX. The mode was created specifically for the purpose of addressing many of the complaints of the extreme difficulty of F-Zero GX, and as such incorporates multiple new features in order to help the player become better at the game overall. The features are as follows.

  • The addition of the F-Zero Pilot Academy - A training mode where the player may select a pilot and practice many techniques that have been used in F-Zero games such Spin Attacks and Boosting.
  • Less Aggressive Pilots - Due to the idea of being a training session for the player, any opponents that appear in the races are less aggressive and the rarely attempt to attack the player or any of the computer players for that matter.
  • Advice will pop up occasionally on the loading screens to help the player become a better racer over time. Advice can include tips such as how to avoid land mines and lava patches during a difficult race.
  • The player is able to create their own pilot in this mode along with a machine in the Garage. The pilot can be used in Casual Mode and it can also be used in both the Grand Prix and the Death Race. However, the custom pilot cannot be playable nor will it appear in any of the other character's story modes. Much like Mortal Kombat's Kreate A Fighter, the player can select different heights, clothes, hair-styles, accessories and more. In addition, the player can record their own voice to...

Gameplay

F-Zero UX requires the player to beat opponents to the finish line while avoiding obstacles such as land mines and slip zones. The game also requires a mixture of memorization of the tracks and quick reflexes for its fast-paced racing gameplay. This method will often lead the player to victory. Players may execute speed boosts if they have finished at least one lap, but this comes at the cost of using up the energy tank which is red during the first lap, but will eventually turn rainbow on all other laps. It is therefore necessary to use recharge strips around courses to replenish this energy, or risk exploding when it drops to zero. Strategically situated dash plates allow boosts without energy loss. In combination with course obstacles, drivers are allowed to attack each other with their vehicle bodies. Each machine has four basic performance attributes: body, boost, grip and weight. Body, boost, and grip are rated on a scale from A to E (A being the best, E, the worst). The higher a machine's Body rating, the more durable it is and the less damage it will sustain in a collision. Machines with a good Body rating are, therefore, able to withstand more attacks before exploding. The Boost rating takes into account the duration of a vehicle's boost, and how great a speed increase it provides. A machine with a high rating can travel at higher than normal speeds for a longer period of time. Grip determines how well a machine negotiates turns. A higher Grip rating means that the player's vehicle will execute steadier turns, while a low one will cause the vehicle to drift more, especially when turning tightly. Weight affects a vehicle's acceleration, grip, cornering ability, maximum speed, and the amount of damage it sustains in a collision. A lighter vehicle is superior in the first three categories, while a heavier vehicle has the advantage in the latter two.

Story

In the year 2560, the human race's countless encounters with alien life forms throughout the Universe have greatly expanded Earth's social framework resulting in trade, technology transfer, and cultural interchange are carried out on an interplanetary basis. An association of wealthy space merchants created the "F-Zero Grand Prix", in an attempt to add some excitement to their opulent lifestyles. When the first race was held, people were angered at the brutality of the competition, due to the various obstacles and traps along the raceway. As time passed, however, they became accustomed to these dangers, and even began to demand more excitement and danger in the races. Winning the F-Zero championship soon became the highest claim to fame in the universe.

Modes

F-Zero UX features all of the same modes as its predecessor, F-Zero GX. Some mode have returned from previous games such as the Death Race from F-Zero X, and the Zero Test from F-Zero: GP Legend. The F-Zero shop now features the option to purchase DLC packs to use in the game.

Story Mode

Story Mode returns from F-Zero GX with major changes to the campaign. Much like F-Zero GP Legend, all playable pilots gain their own story modes, and feature more styles of gameplay rather than simply racing. The story mode chapters for each pilot will sometimes end up crossing over, therefore connecting the stories together. The stories also help to flesh the pilots and the world of F-Zero out in a similarity to the F-Zero Anime. The player starts out with the story modes for the four original pilots, and upon completing chapters, gain more pilots stories. If the player downloaded the DLC Packs, they will also gain access to their stories as well. The list is as follows...

Grand Prix

Time Attack

F-ZeroUXDeathRaceLogo

The Death Race is a mode that is returning from F-Zero X. The main objective of the mode is to eliminate the other 39 racers by destroying their machines, until the player is the last one standing. The mode tends to be easier with heavier machines such as the Fat Shark or the Black Bull, while lighter machines such as the Great Star or the Red Gazelle tend to have a much harder time destroying opponents machines. The player now is able to select the location of the Death Race from the various tracks that appear in the Grand Prix as well as several original locations, in addition, the player now has a choice between Novice, Standard, Expert and Master for the difficulty selections in the race.

Zero Test

VS Battle

Garage

Pilot Profiles

F-Zero TV

Shop

Nintendo Network

Options

Pilots

Name Machine Name Stats Description
Captain Falcon

Blue Falcon

BlueFalcon Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: B

Samurai Goroh

Fire Stingray

FireStingray Logo

Body: A

Boost: D

Grip: B

Pico

Wild goose

WildGoose Logo

Body: A

Boost: B

Grip: C

Dr. Stewart

Golden Fox

GoldenFox Logo

Body: D

Boost: A

Grip: D

Jody Summer

White Cat

WhiteCat Logo

Body: C

Boost: C

Grip: A

Black Shadow

Black Bull

BlackBull Logo

Body: A

Boost: E

Grip: A

Blood Falcon

Blood Hawk

BloodHawk Logo

Body: B

Boost: A

Grip: E

Kate Alen

Super-piranha

SuperPiranha Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: B

James McCloud

Little Wyvern

LittleWyvern Logo

Body: E

Boost: B 

Grip: B

Michael Chain

Wild boar

WildBoar Logo

Body: A

Boost: C

Grip: C

Leon

Space Angler

SpaceAngler Logo

Body: C

Boost: C

Grip: A

Super Arrow

King Meteor

KingMeteor Logo

Body: E

Boost: B

Grip: B

Mrs. Arrow

Queen meteor

QueenMeteor Logo

Body: E

Boost: B

Grip: B

Gomar & Shioh

Twin Noritta

TwinNorita Logo

Body: E

Boost: A

Grip: C

Jack Levin

Astro Robin

AstroRobin Logo

Body: B

Boost: D

Grip: A

Baba

Iron Tiger

Iron TigerLogo

Body: B

Boost: D

Grip: A

Dr. Clash

Crazy Bear

CrazyBear Logo

Body: A

Boost: B

Grip: E

Antonio Guster

Green Panther

GreenPanther Logo

Body: A

Boost: B

Grip: D

Beastman

Hyper Speeder

HyperSpeeder Logo

Body: C

Boost: C

Grip: A

John Tanaka

Wonder-wasp

WonderWasp Logo

Body: D

Boost: A

Grip: D

Mr. EAD

Great Star

GreatStar Logo

Body: E

Boost: A

Grip: D

Octoman

Deep Claw

DeepClaw Logo

Body: B

Boost: B

Grip: C

Zoda

Death Anchor

DeathAnchor Logo

Body: E

Boost: A

Grip: C

The Skull

Sonic Phantom

SonicPhantom Logo

Body: C

Boost: A

Grip: D

Mighty Gazelle

Red-gazelle

RedGazelle Logo

Body: E

Boost: A

Grip: C

Billy

Mad wolf

MadWolf Logo

Body: B

Boost: B

Grip: C

Roger Buster

Mighty Hurricane

MightyHurricane Logo

Body: E

Boost: B

Grip: B

Draq

Mighty typhoon

MightyTyphoon Logo

Body: C

Boost: A

Grip: D

Silver Neelson

Night ThunderGX

NightThunder Logo

Body: B

Boost: A

Grip: E

Bio Rex

Big Fang

BigFang Logo

Body: B

Boost: D

Grip: A

Deathborn

Dark Schneider

DarkSchnider Logo

Body: A

Boost: B

Grip: D

Lily Flyer

Bunny Flash

BunnyFlash Logo

Body: D

Boost: B

Grip: A

Digi-Boy

Cosmic Dolphin

CosmicDolphin Logo

Body: E

Boost: A

Grip: C

Princia Ramode

Spark MoonAX

SparkMoon Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: B

Dai Goroh

Silver Rat

SilverRat Logo

Body: D

Boost: A

Grip: D

Don Genie

Fat Shark

FatShark Logo

Body: A

Boost: B

Grip: E

PJ

Groovy Taxi

GroovyTaxi Logo

Body: B

Boost: D

Grip: B

QQQ

Rolling TurtleAX

RollingTurtle Logo

Body: A

Boost: D

Grip: B

Phoenix

Rainbow Phoenix

RainbowPhoenix Logo

Body: B

Boost: B

Grip: C

Spade

Magicseagull

MagicSeagull Logo

Body: B

Boost: A

Grip: E

Dai Sen Gai

Pinkspider

PinkSpider Logo

Body: C

Boost: C

Grip: A

New Pilots

F-Zerp UX will feature 20 new playable pilots and machines. All of these pilots must be raced against in Story Mode before they can become fully playable characters.

Name Machine Name Stats Description
Rachael Spielbeg

N/A

Body: E

Boost: A

Grip: D

A young woman from Canada who joins the F-Zero races as an excuse to see the world, and escape her overbearing father. If she wins the Grand Prix, she plans to spend the money on a shopping spree!
Finley Menefe

N/A

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: A

A young man from the Scottish Highlands who joins the F-Zero races to try and win the Grand Prix in order to save his failing rock band! Too bad he doesn't realize that they sound really bad!
Dennis Bilington

N/A

PacificSurfliner Logo

Body: A

Boost: D

Grip: B

A 20 year-old filmmaker who joins the F-Zero races after he was filming a documentary on the F-Zero races! It's also rumored that he may or may not have a secret crush on fellow pilot Lily Flyer!
James Alen

N/A

SapphireRose Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: E

Kate Alen's older brother who decides to join the race to keep an eye on and protect his sister from the dangers of the F-Zero races. When will he realize that she can handle her own? Rumor has it that he only joined to keep a certain former soccer player away from his sister!
Yukari Korosawa N/A

Body: C

Boost: A

Grip: B

A Japanese woman who works in a Maid Cafe. Thanks to an argument about a raise, she was fired and now joins the F-Zero races to fund her future career as a pop star. Despite being fired, she still wears the maid outfit to promote the business.
Ricardo Garcia N/A

Body:

Boost:

Grip:

A popular and handsome Mexican soccer player. He joins the F-Zero races in order to send money back to help his younger siblings through college. Despite the fact that he no longer plays soccer, he still wears his soccer uniform. Rumor has it that he is secret fan of Kate Alen and hopes to marry her someday!
Bio Mammoth N/A

Body:

Boost:

Grip:

A female humanoid mammoth that was created by the same team of Scientists that made Bio Rex. Unlike Bio Rex, Bio Mammoth is very quiet and very peaceful. Her machine is quite faster than the Big Fang, but it also has a strong body to prevent the aggressive Bio Rex from trying to eat her.
Sir Arthur  Montague

N/A

WildWallaby Logo

Body:

Boost:

Grip:

A extremely rich gentleman who owns the massive Galactic Space Railway Network. As such he has a narcasistic personality that actually rivals that of Don Genie's! Of course it's no surprise that both he and Don Genie hate each other's guts.
Platinum Neelson N/A Platinum is the great grandson of F-Zero pilot, Silver Neelson. Unlike his great grandfather, Platinum prefers only the newest and best F-Zero machines. This often leads to arguments with his  great grandfather about machines.
Tuskegee N/A An alien from a faraway planet that is said to be full of humanoid felines that are quite intelligent. She joins the F-Zero Grand Prix in order to see the galaxy beyond her home. She's capable of various things involving technology, and she idolizes a certain veteran pilot capable of the same things.
MaryProulEva Mary Prolux N/A An 18 year old cosplayer who adores Nintendo's mascot so much that she dresses up just like him.... except way more cuter than you would expect! Her attractiveness often gathers the attention of unwanted suitors, but she's tougher and smarter than she looks!
Julia Soto

N/A

BigMama Logo

Body: A

Boost: B

Grip: D

A 80 year old Afro-Cuban woman who formally fought in the Galactic Space Forces in her heyday. Now she owns a popular Cuban restaurant in Mute City that is falling on hard times. If she wins the Grand Prix, she plans on franchising the restaurant around the universe!
Gallo N/A An alien that is of the same species as Pico. However no one is able to determine where he came from. Compared to Pico, he's much calmer but still quite aggressive. He has a major rivalry with Pico, and also owns a small shop. He joins the F-Zero Grand Prix in the hope to host the Gallo cup.
A-Ko

N/A

GravitonSailor Logo

An android that was created by a mysterious company that was designed to look like a common Japanese schoolgirl while being capable of fighting crime. Despite her casual look, the android is capable of flying, having super strength, a tendency to oversleep and a rather large appetite. She enters the Grand Prix in order to track down criminals that may try to win the money for evil schemes.
Mr. Zero After commenting on so many F-Zero races, Mr. Zero finally has decided to purchase a custom machine, and join F-Zero. Now that he's joined the race who's going to comment on the races now?

DLC Pilots

All playable DLC pilots come from F-Zero titles that were released for the Game Boy Advance.

Name Machine Name Stats Description
Megan

Hot Violet

Hot Violet Logo

Body: B

Boost: B

Grip: C

Megan is a "spunky young woman" with a true love for the F-Zero races. She's rumored to be a karate expert, and joins the Grand Prix purely for fun.
Mickey Marcus

Fire Ball (F-Zero)

Fire Ball Logo

Body: C

Boost: A

Grip: B

A fan favorite of the F-Zero races, mainly due to the fact that he reminds many of the famous pretty boy, Jack Levin and the fact that he's considered quite the gentleman. He also designed and built his machine, the Fire Ball himself.
Jane B. Christie

J.B. CrystalMV

J B Crystal Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: A

A woman who is a fan of vintage automobiles, and as a result designed her machine to reference this. She claims that she's only 20 years old, but considering her extensive knowledge of vintage automobiles, some tend to think otherwise.
Nichi

Wind WalkerMV

Wind Walker Logo

Body: B

Boost: A

Grip: D

A young Native American man who some tend to nickname the "Sweep Man" due to his tendency to literally "sweep" his opponents off of the track. He ends up participating in the F-Zero Grand Prix after his family falls into begrudging poverty.
Lord Cyber

Sly JokerMV

Sly Joker Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: A

A very wealthy baron who is said to live in a very large castle with all of his servants. His wealth is rumored to have come about after some quite shady business dealings with fellow pilot Don Genie.
Alexander O'Neil The StingrayMVStingray Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: C

An African-American former pro-football player who decides to quit football, and join the Grand Prix in order to give himself something else to work towards.
Blitz Wagner Silver ThunderMVSilver Thunder Logo

Body: A

Boost: D

Grip: B

A man is the portage of former F-Zero pilot Dr. Stewart. As such he is a talented surgeon, and held in high regard in Bianca City. In addition, his machine was also designed by Dr. Stewart.
Kent Akechi

Falcon MK-II

Falcon2 Logo

Body: B

Boost: C

Grip: B

A young man who claims to be the son of the legendary Captain Falcon. However as no one knows the true identity of Captain Falcon, this has yet to be proven. His machine the Falcon MK-II seems to give some credibility to this claim.
Kumiko

Fighting CometMV

Fighting Comet Logo

Body: C

Boost: D

Grip: B

A young Japanese woman who has many male fans. She comes from a extremely wealthy family, and as such joins the F-Zero Grand Prix for the sake of showing the Universe that's she's not as shallow as they think that she is.
Professor Yazoo Jr.

Jet VermilionMV

Jet Vermilion logo

Body: A

Boost: E

Grip: B

The son of the legendary Professor Yazoo, and a brilliant mechanic.
Rick Wheeler Dragon Bird

Body: B

Boost: B

Grip: B

A young man who was killed 150 years ago by Zoda after a chase gone wrong. He was later revived by Jody Summer to join the Galactic Space Federation. He participates in the F-Zero Grand Prix in order to capture Zoda, and find the whereabouts of his girlfriend, Luna Ryder.
Lucy Liberty Elegance LibertyGPL A young pilot who is the newest recruit to the Galactic Space Federation alongside Rick. After sitting on the sidelines for a long time, she decided to join in the F-Zero races. Fellow F-Zero pilot Leon is often found trying to ask her on a date.
Lisa Brilliant Lisa Brilliant is the wife of Samurai Goroh, and the mother to Dai Goroh. She is also the sister of Antonio Guster. Due to this she participates in the F-Zero races to act as a mediator to both her husband and her brother. She also participates for the fun of it.
Luna Ryder A young woman who was originally known as Luna Ryder, the girlfriend of Rick Wheeler. Like her boyfriend, she attempted to kill Zoda as revenge for the death of Rick. However, she ended up dying, and was originally revived and brainwashed 150 years later by Black Shadow to kill Captain Falcon, Kent Akechi, and Rick Wheeler. Now she seems to have gained her identity, and joins the Grand Prix to support and keep an eye out on Rick.
Clank Hughes Clank is the son of Mighty Gazelle....
Death Solider A common foot-soilder of Black Shadow's BS Group....
Berserker A mysterious and quite silent pilot who appears to work for Don Genie. It's quite easy to realize that's it's really Captain Falcon! His machine's statistics often lead many to believe that he's a different person altogether.
New Captain Falcon TBA
Hyper Zoda TBA

Tracks

Four new cups were added to the game. There are now six tracks per cup in the same vein as F-Zero X. DLC Tracks are based off of previously created tracks from past installments with HD upgrades and remixed music tracks to fit in with F-Zero UX's style

Ruby Cup

Image Track Name Location Difficulty Description
MuteCityFZA Figure Eight Mute City * Figure Eight is the first circuit of the Ruby Cup, and one of the simplest courses in the game. The circuit's appearence is an upgraded version of the Mute City Figure Eight from F-Zero X. The circuit contains occasional boost pads, and energy strips.
F zero gx 1080p hd red canyon by machriderz-d57mduh Half Pipe Red Canyon *
CasinoPalace Intersection Casino Palace **
Sonic Oval Green Plant *
Big Billow Big Blue **
Serial Gaps Angelopolis ***

Sapphire Cup

Emerald Cup

Diamond Cup

F-Zero TV

F-Zero TV returns from F-Zero GX. Much like its predecessor, F-Zero TV features a news reporter interviewing the pilot on their victory upon completing a cup. The interviews have been expanded to feature more humor, and better interaction. The pilots can now do more actions and movements while being interviewed, and other pilots can butt in with their own opinions and insults. F-Zero TV now has a new reporter due to the fact that Mr. Zero is now a playable character. The name of this reporter has yet to be announced.

Interview Transcripts

Garage

The Garage returns from F-Zero GX, and now has more options than ever before. The track editor which is basically the same one that the developers used to make the tracks in UX is now playable in all versions of the game, and is no longer a Japan-only option. The vehicle creator has been expanded upon, and now features more viable parts to create a brand-new machine from scratch. In addition to those features, the player is now able to make a custom pilot for every mode except Story Mode. The options are as follows...

Nintendo Network

Amiibo

F-Zero U is the first game in the F-Zero franchise to make full use of Amiibo figurines. When the figurine is placed on the Wii U's gamepad, the player gains access to powered up versions of the said characters. The pilots will gain new outfits, and improved machines that boost all of their statistics. This feature is an improved and expanded version of the Expansion Kit from F-Zero X for the Nintendo 64. The list of improved vehicles, and outfit changes for the pilots are as follows.

Machine Name Statistics Outfit Changes
Neo Blue Falcon

Body: A

Boost: B

Grip: A

Captain Falcon's outfit is now a white dress shirt with a red bow tie, and black dress pants. He also wears a black apron over this as well. Surprisingly Falcon doesn't wear his helmet with this outfit, and it reveals his face which looks similar to Bart Lemming from the F-Zero Anime, and also contains the scar above his right eye. 
Neo Fire Stingray

Body: B

Boost: A

Grip: A

Samurai Goroh's outfit now lacks the iconic headband, and now shows off his long black hair. In addition, his pirate outfit is now replaced with a t-shirt, bomber jacket, blue jeans, and red converse sneakers. It is similar to his design from the F-Zero X Expansion Kit.
Neo Wild Goose TBA
Neo Golden Fox

Body: A

Boost: A

Grip: A

Dr. Stewart's outfit is now a typical Doctor's uniform complete with a white lab coat, a shirt and tie, a pair of work pants, and a pair of dress shoes. In addition, he also wears a stethscope around his neck and a head mirror on his head.
Neo White Cat

Body: A

Boost: A

Grip: A

Jody Summer's outfit is now a midriff baring black t-shirt complete with with a pair of purple jeans. In addtion, Jody now has a necklace around her neck, and also wears sunglasses. Her boots are also changed from red to black. It is similar to her design from the F-Zero X Expansion Kit.
Neo Red Gazelle
Neo Black Bull
Neo Blood Hawk
Neo Super Piranah Kate Alen's outfit is now a classy blue cocktail dress complete with a necklace around her neck and her afro change into beaded braids. In addition, she also wears matching high heels. Most of the outfit references one of the dresses she was seen wearing in her GX Master Movie.
Neo Little Wveryn
Neo Twin Norita
Neo Crazy Bear Dr. Clash now wears a yellow Aloha shirt with various tropical flowers on it with a pair of Bermuda Shorts. Much like Dr. Stewart, he wears a white lab coat on top of this outfit. However, he doesn't wear a stethscope or a head mirror.
Neo Iron Tiger
Neo Great Star Mr. EAD's android body is now replaced with a red hat, a red long-sleeved shirt, a pair of blue overalls, and a pair of brown shoes. In addition, his mustache is changed to a more messy style. This outfit is a direct reference to Nintendo's mascot Mario. In addtion, the color swaps resemble Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi.
Neo Night Thunder
Neo Hyper Speeder
Neo Fat Shark Don Genie's outfit is now a classy black tuxedo complete with a rose in one of the jacket's pockets. His cane is now made of solid gold, and it features a diamond on the top. In addition, he now wears a fedora on top of his head.
Neo Bunny Flash Lily Flyer's outfit is now made up of a midriff baring lavender hoodie with a cartoony frog printed on the front of it, complete with a navy-colored skirt. She also lacks the googles, and also wears hipster glasses instead. She also wears neon green converse sneakers.
Neo Spark Moon
Neo Cosmic Dolphin
Neo Pink Spider
Neo Hot Violet Megan's outfit is now a royal purple karate gi complete with a black belt. The purple gi has red-orange flames around the edge of it, and she now wears a pair of sunglasses. In addtion, she wears a headband with several Japanese letters on it.
Neo Fireball

Voice Cast

The entire surviving voice cast from the F-Zero Anime reprise their roles for the game. Pilots that didn't appear in the anime gain new voice actors as well. All pilots in the English Dub recieve new voice actors to replace the mostly unknown voice cast from F-Zero GX.

Japanese Voice Cast

  • Hideyuki Tanaka as Captain Falcon
  • Yasunobu Iwata as Samurai Goroh, and Mr. EAD
  • Kenichi Mochizuki as Pico
  • Nobuo Tobita as Dr. Stewart
  • Kikuko Inoue as Jody Summer
  • Norio Wakamoto as Black Shadow
  • Banjou Ginga as Blood Falcon
  • Ai Maeda as Kate Alen
  • Shinichiro Miki as James McCloud
  • Takayuki Fujimoto as Mighty Gazelle, The Skull, and Bio Rex
  • Tomoyuki Shimura as Micheal Chain
  • Kazuki Yao as Jack Levin
  • Isshin Chiba as Dr. Clash, and John Tanaka
  • Shinpachi Tsuji as Zoda
  • Bin Shimada as Silver Neelson
  • Yuuichi Nagashima as Super Arrow
  • Yuka Komatsu as Mrs. Arrow
  • Yasunori Matsuno as Beastman

English Voice Cast

  • Crispin Freeman as Captain Falcon, and Blood Falcon
  • Beau Billinslea as Samurai Goroh
  • Liam O'Brien as Dr. Stewart
  • Steve Staley as Pico
  • Luci Christian as Jody Summer
  • Johnny Yong Basch as John Tanaka
  • Lex Lang as Mighty Gazelle
  • Dameon Clarke as Black Shadow
  • Eric Vale as Billy
  • Tara Platt as Kate Alen
  • Michael Lindsay as Jack Levin
  • Kirk Thorton as Michael Chain
  • Sam Regal as Octoman
  • Brian Drummond as Bio Rex
  • Chuck Huber as Baba
  • Yuri Lowenthal as Leon
  • Brandon Potter as Dr. Clash

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