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Submitted by SavageKuma 950d ago | review

Kuma’s Review of Sonic & All Star Racing Transformed

Kuma Wrote: As we all know when it comes to a themed racer there is a sort of nostalgia and of course some people try to compare to one of the leading kart racers. I say do not confuse the two because this is not a cart racer, because they are actually using cars. The one thing you should ask yourself is why in the world is sonic in a car in the first place? I just believe he is trying to be a good sport, but if there is pedals in his vehicle instead of him going all Fred Flintstone, then he is giving them way too much of an advantage. I still feel that Sega knows what it is doing when making fun and interesting games; they tend to think outside of the box to keep gamers like me interested. (PS3, Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed, Wii U, Xbox 360) A/A

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