Nintendo unveils F-Zero for Cube and arcade

With Sega's help

Source - C&VG (thanks St3ph3n)

You lot may be packing away your pencils and tottering off home for a long weekend, but I'm delighted to report, despite beer o'clock long having past us by, that Super Monkey Ball developer Amusement Vision will be producing a Triforce arcade version of F-Zero in time for the end of 2002, with a Nintendo-made GameCube version to follow. Neither Nintendo nor Sega are being drawn on specifics, but we expect to see something of the game at E3 in Los Angeles this May. Related Feature - Cube-based Arcade Board Planned

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