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Submitted by Lucario 787d ago | review

DHGF: Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed Review

DHGF: Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed is Sega’s best attempt at a racing game yet, as it takes their robust franchise history and crams it into a racing game that is mechanically quite sound, making for a game that’s very enjoyable, it not a little flawed. There are plenty of game modes available that offer the player lots of options, and the game looks and sounds great for fans and newcomers alike. The core play mechanics are simple to learn whether you’re experienced in how they work or not, and the game is crafted to a level where the game and its more unique transformation mechanics compliment each other instead of existing independently in any capacity. There’s a lot of extra content to unlock and upgrade, as well as a robust amount of multiplayer content on and offline, so you’ll certainly have plenty of reasons to come back to the game regardless of what your interest in it is, as well. (Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed, Xbox 360) -

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