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Should this game be recognized as the spiritual predecessor to Mario Kart?
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sure, whatever. Also you're gay
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>>7453060
R.C. Pro Am was the closest thing to an NES Mario Kart. 3D Hot Rally was just a slightly more-polished Mach Rider without combat.
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>>7453060
Fun FDS game.
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>>7453060
That's like saying Pole Position was a spiritual successor to F-Zero. Christ, you zoomers watch too many MCU flicks.
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Wasn't this technically F-Zero's? I remember reading NoA rejected this game because it looked too kiddy or some shit, so the main dev was like "ok fuck you" and made F-Zero
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>>7454226
https://www.nintendo.com/super-nes-classic/interview-f-zero/
There we go.
>"We made a sequel to that and showed it to staff at Nintendo of America, but they totally bashed it!"
>"They were like, "This isn't a racing game! Racing cars should be cooler!" They even said it wouldn't sell, and that ticked me off!"
>The 80's Burton Batman movie inspired F-Zero
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>>7453060
No. If anything, that honor would go to the first. This sequel had wildly different features, like planning your trip to the next race track and upgrading your car.
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>>7454235
>Imamura left after the Batkekkening



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