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Submitted by segazoom 1174d ago | review

Push-Start Review: Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed

Allan Davison writes: Nostalgia is a powerful thing. It should be made absolutely clear that I am a big SEGA fan, therefore the nostalgia level available from this game to me is vast. As luck would have it, Sonic Transformed goes above and beyond, delving through many more nooks and crannies of SEGA's history than you would reasonably expect. This is truly a game for fans, but does that mean it's a game ONLY for fans? I don't think so. (PC, PS3, Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed, Xbox 360) 8/10

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