Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (2012)

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Race with Sonic and the SEGA characters once again with all new races, transforming cars, and new playable characters from other properties.


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27 November 2018 | jrmswell
8
| For a fan of Kart racing games you're in for an experience that goes above AND beyond
This game is a solid addition to the "Kart Racing" genre. I put kart in quotes because there are no karts in this game. What there are instead are some pretty solid cars, planes and boats that all control and handle how they should do. In this game I never find myself annoyed at the game for how it plays, if something goes wrong usually it's my fault.

I also like the difficulty in this game as well, it's not a "cheap" difficulty where you are bombarded with special items left right and centre, no. Oponents actually drive pretty well and don't seem to follow a set path but rather make decisions to throw you off.

Is this game just another Mario Kart clone? Far from it, it's not even in the same league. I would play this over Mario Kart any day.

The music, by English composer Richard Jaques, is pretty damn good. With remixes of some classic Sega tunes and some pretty good original compositions you really cannot go wrong with it. And yes, this is the same man that did the Catchphrase theme song (didn't go where you thought it would did you?)

If I did have one complaint however (and this one works in MKs favour) the courses can be very long, almost too long so if you haven't got much time to play a game, this isn't the game for you.

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Release Date:

18 November 2012

Language

English


Country of Origin

Japan

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