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Submitted by glidem 1313d ago | video

Games Britannia Replayed and Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing: Transformed Video Special

On Sunday 8th July 2012, James Woodcock visited the Games Britannia – Replayed event hosted at the Magna Science Adventure Centre. Here he explores the retro and modern consoles on display as well as interviewing Steve Lycett, Executive Proucer at Sumo Digital to find out all about their upcoming tile for SEGA – Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing: Transformed.

The video is around 37 minutes in duration and features a walk-around of the event highlighting many of the classic consoles, computers and arcade cabinets on display as well as an interview with Sumo Digital with a look at their back catalogue of titles and an exclusive preview & gameplay demonstration of Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing: Transformed. (Dev, Industry, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Retro, Sumo Digital, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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