As Nintendo cycles through its back catalogue, we've seen the return of everything from Kid Icarus to Donkey Kong. One series that's remained dormant for a while, though, is F-Zero, and sadly, it seems it's going to stay that way.
I've played a lot of driving games. Some, like Gran Turismo, I play because they're like an interactive version of a glossy car brochure. Others, like Dirt, I play for the sensation of barely keeping in control of a car that looks a lot like the actually parked in my garage.
And then there's F-Zero GX.