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I find myself extremely impressed by RMX. It takes everything about Neo and improves upon it, while also adding in new features and tweaks that make it suitable for both play at home and on the go. As a launch title, RMX boasts a level of thoughtfulness and polish that isn't often seen until well into a console's life cycle.
Fast RMX is a blistering fast racer with a very balanced set of vehicles and a nice selection of tracks. It's perfect for some single player score chasing or some multiplayer competition, and it looks great while doing it - though it could've used a few more options here and there. That doesn't really hinder what we've been offered however, and Fast RMX is a racing game I'm happy to recommend to absolutely anyone who might be looking for one. It's just that good!
The combination of visuals, audio and technical prowess makes for an incredibly sound and fun game. The lack of online options at launch is disappointing, but still doesn’t detract from the overall experience. With Fast RMX, Shin'en Multimedia has managed to deliver a triple A experience for a third of the price.
FAST Racing RMX feels like a modernised F-Zero in every regard. Its gameplay feels fluid and engaging, and the track design is arguably better than any other game of its kind.
FAST RMX is a game that you have to get if you like your futuristic racers, and even if you don't. While sometimes in the single player it feels like the AI is completely stacked against you, it's a fun game - especially with friends. If Nintendo doesn't bring F-Zero back but Shin'en continue with this series and keep quality at this level, I'd be very content.
In short FAST RMX is as good as the Wii U original and then some. Updated visuals, more tracks, more vehicles, it's an utterly outstanding launch title for the Switch. With the console's ability to allow multiplayer on the go rolled in, this is without doubt essential for racing fans with the new console.
Generally speaking, there is very little not to like about Fast RMX. If you dumped a lot of hours into Fast Racing or Fast Racing Neo, ok, maybe there's not enough content here for you to warrant a re-purchase, but I don't think anyone is seriously in that boat. Instead, what you have is a really compelling, slick racer that gets the core gameplay done right and does it in style. For Switch owners, consider it a priority release.
Fast RMX provides a large amount of great content with a lot of variety for a very fair price. We believe the game could easily be sold for more than its MSRP of $19.99 and can recommend this game to anyone looking for a fast futuristic racing experience.
Fast RMX is a sensational racing game: fast, frenetic and marvelous. Without any doubt, it's one of the best game released on Nintendo Switch.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Fast RMX continued to grow on me the more I played it. While the lack of online features is a bit of a downer, the sheer amount of things to do is well worth the small asking price. The track layouts give the players freedom and force some serious critical thinking, which I can't say I've encountered much in the genre. It can be frustrating when first starting out due to the difficulty and reliance on track memorization, but I encourage you to stick with it and challenge yourself to learn the tracks and rise through the ranks!
Fast RMX is... well, fast! With more tracks and ships and local multiplayer with up to 4 players at 60fps is a good choice for your brand new Nintendo Switch.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Fast RMX is an excellent arcade racer that combines gorgeous graphics that really show off the Switch's potential with adictive gameplay style. A must-have based on the quality/price ratio.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Fast RMX is, however, an excellent racer that’s every bit worth picking up to add to your arsenal of Nintendo Switch games. There are plenty of tracks, vehicles, and reasons to keep coming back for more. But the one you can’t ignore is the greatest of all: The speed. It may not be the racing game you asked for on the Switch, but it’s the racing game you didn’t know you needed.
Fast RMX definitely deserves attention, even if you played Neo for WiiU. The game supports all versions of configurations and controllers with the ability to reconfigure the controls. It looks insanely beautiful in both TV and portable mode, occupy only 835 MB on hard disk and have super fast loading screens, which is very convenient for short trips. If you are looking for a dynamic and very spectacular racing game, Fast RMX is the right purchase.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Good tracks and great racing combine in this well-positioned futuristic racer. It's nothing groundbreaking, and is very similar to its predecessor, but it has enough new content and multiplayer fun to keep me coming back for hours.
High speed futuristic races delivered without technical flaws and with stunning-looking visual landscapes is what FAST RMX brings forth and no player should leave this game behind.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
This game is a must-play for sci-fi racing fans who own a Switch, especially if you dream about the day a new F-Zero game comes out. It's not exactly the same, but evokes a strong classic feeling with a few new twists that make it both fresh and familiar.
FAST rmx is an excellent racing game for the Nintendo Switch. It offers great sensations of speed and fine tuned gameplay... even if it stills suffers a lack of game modes, especially in online multiplayer.
Review in French | Read full review
While Fast RMX is the only game in town for Nintendo Switch owners, thankfully it's a fantastic experience. Breakneck speed, responsive controls, plenty of tracks to race on and a vast list of vehicles. Toss in the added challenge of the higher end leagues and hero mode and you have a game you'll play for a long time. Once Shin'en Multimedia adds in the time trial and online friend racing, Fast RMX will be the defacto racing title for the Nintendo Switch.
Fast RMX is a must-have racing game for those looking for an F-Zero racing experience or simply any racing game on the Nintendo Switch. Local split-screen multiplayer works better than I thought it would, and there are plenty of ships and tracks to choose from. The lukewarm online integration is to be expected on a platform where Nintendo has been quiet on the precise details of the upcoming online system that is coming later this year.
As a showcase for the Nintendo Switch Hardware, Fast RMX is a gorgeous visual showcase and adapts as easily as the Switch itself to however you and some friends might want to play it, at least as what you want involves straight racing. Never the less, the solid physics behind the racing and the great polarity mechanic make Fast RMX a pulse pounding time.
If you have grown tired of waiting for the fated day when F-Zero will return, Fast RMX Racing will have you covered. It offers 15 vehicles, 30 unique courses and multiplayer for any occasion. For a $20 title Fast RMX Racing should be a no-brainer for any fan of high-speed futuristic racers.
If one thing is certain, it's that the F-Zero brand would be in good hands should Nintendo ever choose to take this fruitful relationship with Shin'en Multimedia to a new level and entrust the property to them. Since there hasn't been a new title from Nintendo in so long, it seems like a logical thing to do. In the meantime, Fast RMX is an excellent arcade racer that will satisfy anyone's craving for speed and intensity, as well as gorgeous graphics that really show off the Switch's capability. As a full priced game, it would still stand out, but as a £17.99 download on the eShop, this really is a no- brainer for any fans of arcade racing. One of the best launch day games available.
Fast RMX may be little more than a port with spruced-up visuals and a smattering of new content, but it’s a bloody good one, so if you have a penchant for arcade racers you should definitely pick it up.
By using the basis of F-zero, Fast RMX has managed to create a unique and exciting experience for Nintendo Switch users. The good point of the game is the 20 dollar price tag which makes it easy to ignore some of the flaws . 20 dollars for a game with 30 amazing and challenging levels, is astonishing.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Fast RMX isn’t quite the new Wipeout or F-Zero game that I so desperately want, however it is a damn good futuristic racing game and a bargain at $20. Its budget status shows up in a few places, such as the subdued music, barebones online, or lack of a notable difference between the difficulty modes. However, Fast RMX is exhilarating at top speed and rewards track mastery while minimizing annoying RNG elements. The three race tournaments make it perfect for short play sessions and it will help tide me over until a new Wipeout of F-Zero.
If there was any real complaint about Fast RMX, it’s that it’s missing the modern novelty of RPG progression in its racers. I’d love to upgrade them, tweak them to my liking, and customize them in general. Otherwise, this is a really stellar racer for a mere $20, and one of the best games on the Switch right now. There’s even a great 8-player online component, split screen vs mode too. Highly recommended.
If you’re after a racer to play on the Nintendo Switch that won’t break the bank, that feels a bit different, then give Fast RMX a shot. It’s a lot of fun and has a lovely style, which is matched by its gameplay.
The fact that some of Fast RMX's modes like Time Attack missed launch is a bummer, and track design can be a bit inconsistent in terms of quality, but if you're looking for a pure arcade racing experience, this heir apparent to F-Zero will definitely do the trick.
Fast RMX isn’t the best looking arcade racer on the market, and it lacks the polish that other games bring to the equation. However its tight gameplay and impressive tech (for Nintendo Switch) elevates Fast RMX to something better than its individual parts. For those searching for recommendations, Fast RMX easily offers $20 worth of racing entertainment as you wait for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and is an easy buy to any fan of the genre.
With options to enable or exclude CPU racers, local multiplayer is the best of everything in Fast RMX, and at a very reasonable price. Even if you're pencilled in Mario Kart's encore as your multiplayer racing game on Switch, there's plenty of time to get in some quality time with the budget Fast RMX.
It's without any filters that Fast RMX brings us at high-speed into a well-made arcade experience . With numerous and sufficiently varied tracks, a well cooked gameplay that demands your attention at all time, the game needs to appear in your library if you're into the genre, all the more so as it's price is a teeny-tiny one.
Review in French | Read full review
Fast RMX may not be the perfect anti-gravity racing package, but it certainly offers high-speed racing and a lot of tracks to challenge yourself on. It’s a shame that the online multiplayer offering is so barebones, and that the time trial mode is currently AWOL, but in lieu of an official Wipeout or F-Zero this is a solid option to get your arcade racing fix on the Nintendo Switch.
A fast and enjoyable racer that controls well, and for the asking price is adequate in content. With some improvements to its online play and a couple of extra modes it can become a much better game, but right now it's an enjoyable, if flawed, racer.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
Fast RMX is one of the best Switch titles out right now. Given how Shin'en is supporting the game with free updates, with the first adding time trials, it's a great time to pick it up and play this game.
Fast RMX is practically a must buy, but it’s a purist take on the genre and damn difficult without many, if any of the bells and whistles of other racers. That said, if you’re looking to scratch a certain F-Zero or Wipeout itch on Switch it’s absolutely worth a look.
It may need some more polish in its modes to race with the big leagues, but Fast RMX is a great title with challenging difficulty and beautiful locales that are matched with its nose-bleeding sense of speed and arcade-inspired mechanics.
Anyone who enjoys racing games and owns a Switch does not have many options for games right now beyond FAST RMX. Fortunately, it should provide players with at least a dozen hours of gameplay as they work their way from the novice cups to more advanced races.