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Toshihiro Nagoshi, producer of F-Zero GX, wants to return

The SEGA creative was willing to collaborate with Nintendo on a new game

Nintendo has been on hiatus for several years some of its most beloved franchises by gamers. Fans have strongly called for the return of F-Zero, a futuristic racing series that has been absent since the Wii era.

Despite this, the community is hopeful that Nintendo will revive the saga with a new installment for Switch. However, there is nothing confirmed for now and we have only seen rumors that were denied at the time.

His latest installment for home consoles was F-Zero GX, a GameCube game that was developed with the help of one of SEGA’s most important creatives: Toshihiro Nagoshi, currently known for his work with Yakuza.

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The developer recently stated that he would be willing to return to the racing franchise if Nintendo asked him to. However, he thinks there is a reason why we are unlikely to see a new F-Zero anytime soon.

Nagoshi is willing to make a new F-Zero

During a recent interview with Red Bull France (via Nintendo Everything), Nagoshi spoke briefly about his relationship with F-Zero and what he would like to see in the future of the franchise. In case you don’t know, the SEGA creative was a producer on F-Zero GX, so he’s familiar with the series.

The developer declared himself a big fan of F-Zero and stated that he has a lot of affection for F-Zero GX, a project that was important to his career. Nagoshi acknowledged that he would be willing to work on the series again if Nintendo asked him to.

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