If you're looking for anime similar to F-Zero Falcon Densetsu, you might like these titles. All recommendations are made by Anime-Planet users like you!
In the year 2049, teams of giant robots battle the field and race to the finish in the most popular sport in the world, the Immortal Grand Prix! The rookie Team Satomi thinks it has what it takes to win big and get the gold, but plenty of obstacles and opponents stand in the way. Amongst others,Team Black Egg has an invulnerable defense; Team Sledge Mamma plays dirty; and Team Velshtein is undefeatable. In the high stakes arena of the IGPX, can the hotshot Takeshi and his team of miscreants manage to win the ultimate fame and glory?
High speed, futuristic racing your thing? Look no further than IGPX and F-Zero. Admittedly, the two aren't equivalent as far as quality: IGPX looks badass and is fun entertainment, while F-Zero is a bit... well, just bad. Regardless, if you liked one, you may just enjoy the other!
In the 21st century, mankind has finally expanded its reach into the corners of space. After a narrow victory years ago against their enemies, the Crogs, humanity’s peace is again threatened – but this time, they are saved from an external force known as the Avatar. He offers them a chance to enter the Great Race of Oban and compete for the ultimate prize; and man, with the alternative of defeat at the hands of the Crogs, enters. Meanwhile, Eva is a young girl whose father, the famous race manager Don Wei, left her alone in a boarding school years ago; and she has not heard from him since. Upon tracking him down, Don does not recognize his daughter and treats her harshly; so Eva dubs herself Molly, gets a job as a mechanic on the team, and ultimately tags along with Earth’s star racing team to participate in the Oban Race. Fierce opponents and racetracks stand in their way – will Earth’s team be successful?
Oban Star-Racers and F-Zero are futuristic racing tales that may appeal to the same people. Oban is MUCH better (and is akin to the first Star Wars prequel) while F-Zero is more cheesy and somewhat terrible, but if you liked one, you may enjoy the other.