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BS F-Zero Grand Prix

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BS F-Zero Grand Prix
BS F-ZERO グランプリ
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Developer(s): Nintendo/SRD[1]
Publisher(s): St. Giga
Platform: Super Famicom (Satellaview)
Category: Racing
Predecessor: F-Zero
Successor: BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2
Copyrights: ©Nintendo/St. Giga
Release dates

Week 1 (Airtime): December 29th, 1996 - January 3rd, 1997 Week 2 (Airtime): January 5th - January 10th, 1997 Week 3 (Airtime): January 12th - January 17th, 1997 Week 4 (Airtime): January 19th - January 24th, 1997[2]

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BS F-Zero Grand Prix was available as a SoundLink game in the F-Zero series for the defunct Japan-only Satellaview add-on for the Super Famicom, hosted by St. Giga. It was followed by BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2.


The game features the 15 tracks from the original F-Zero game, as well as various new tracks and four new vehicles.


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