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The Golden Fox was developed by the now deceased Kevin Stewart who placed all priority on acceleration when building this vehicle, now being driven by Dr. Stewart, the son of Kevin Stewart. Due to its focus on acceleration, the car's boost and grip are low. The body is also rather light for its size, making it easy to push around. Because of this design, when the Golden Fox corners, it is difficult to maintain a balance between speed and control.
Profiles and statistics
In F-Zero GX. the Golden Fox is available in yellow, blue, red, or green colors.
|When building the Golden Fox, the late Kevin Stewart placed all priority on acceleration. Accordingly, the body is light and its grip on the track is poor for such a powerful machine. Because of this design, when the Golden Fox corners, it is difficult to maintain a balance between speed and control. It is also admittedly weak when faced with attacks. A refined driving technique is an absolute requirement for its pilot.|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
The Golden Fox appears as one of the platforms in the Mute City stage, and as a trophy.
|Golden Fox||NTSC-U: Dr. Stewart's father, a scientist, left him the racing machine Golden Fox as his inheritance. This marked the start of Dr. Stewart's racing career. He hopes that, by dominating the racing circuit, he can show the world the quality of his father's work and make him proud.
PAL: Dr. Stewart's father, a scientist, left him the racing machine Golden Fox as his inheritance. This marked the start of Dr. Stewart's racing career and brought years of research to fruition. He hopes that, by dominating the racing circuit, he can show the world the quality of his father's work and make him proud.
- [1991-08-13] in Nintendo EAD: F-Zero instruction manual (in English). Nintendo, pp. 15.
- Pelland, Scott (ed.) (2003). F-Zero GX Player's Guide. Redmond, Washington: Nintendo of America, Inc, pp. 10. ISBN 1930206-35-6.
|Pilots||Captain Falcon • Dr. Stewart • Pico • Samurai Goroh|
|Machines||Blue Falcon • Fire Stingray • Golden Fox • Wild Goose|
|Venues||Mute City • Big Blue • Sand Ocean • Death Wind • Silence • Port Town • Red Canyon • White Land • Fire Field|
|Track Features||Dash Zone • Pit • Jump Plate • Anti-Gravity Guide Beam • Mine • Magnetic Field Block Coat • Rough • Left-Pull and Right-Pull Magnet • Down-Pull Magnet|
|Modes||Grand Prix • Practice • Records|
|Other||Rocket Start • Short Cut Foul • Official Recorder • Drift • Drift Turn • Energy • Boost • Mr. Zero • Album • F-Zero: The Story of Captain Falcon|
Super Smash Bros.
|Games||Super Smash Bros. • Super Smash Bros. Melee • Super Smash Bros. Brawl • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|
|Characters||Captain Falcon • Samurai Goroh *|
|Special moves||Falcon Punch • Raptor Boost • Falcon Dive • Falcon Kick • Blue Falcon|
|Stages||Mute City • Big Blue • Port Town Aero Dive • F-Zero Grand Prix|
|Trophies||Captain Falcon • Samurai Goroh • Dr. Stewart • Jody Summer • Mute City • Falcon Flyer • F-Zero Racers • Pico • Mr. EAD • The Skull • Blood Falcon • Black Shadow • Zoda • Blue Falcon • Fire Stingray • Golden Fox • Wild Goose • James McCloud • Deathborn|
|Stickers||Captain Falcon • Blood Falcon • Blue Falcon • Dr. Stewart • Fire Stingray • Golden Fox • Gomar & Shioh • Iron Tiger • Mr. EAD • Octoman • Red Gazelle • Samurai Goroh • White Cat • Wild Goose|