F-Zero X has been plagued with control issues ever since it launched on the Wii U Virtual Console, and Nintendo has finally released an update that fixes this.
The control issues revolve around a “dead zone” on the analog stick, where some player movement in certain areas doesn’t register with the game, making a fast-paced racer like F-Zero almost unplayable.
F-Zero X was originally released and designed for the N64, and was released on the Wii U Virtual Console last month. The new update should be available now to anyone who owns the game.
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