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E3 2012: Sonic And All Stars Racing Transformed Hands-On | FanBolt

FanBolt.com writes: "SEGA is taking another crack at the Kart racing genre, and they've got some good times to offer this time around. Their last entry in the series was a solid title. However, it suffered from a lack of differentiation, just melting in with the background of other Kart racers. So how much has this one changed?" (3DS, E3, PS Vita, PS3, Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed, Xbox 360)

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Snookies12  +   780d ago
Wow, that actually looks pretty dang fun!

Aside from that part where he didn't go off the track and it still reset him lol.
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chukamachine  +   780d ago
That actually looks awesome,lol.

I actually enjoyed the original quite abit.

But this looks like it'll be better with flight etc.

bring it sega/
GuruStarr78  +   779d ago
Really looking 4ward to getting this on vita, hopefully the online will be good!

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