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Submitted by nrvalleytime 841d ago | review

Review: Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (darkzero)

"In early 2010, Sega surprised me with the rather good Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, a kart racer developed by Sumo Digital that was fast, great to play and full of quality fan service for Sega fans of any age. It's also the only title that I can think of in this current console life cycle that came close to the behemoth of kart racing, Nintendo’s flagship Mario Kart series, and if you did not own the Wii, then this was your choice for THE kart racer on the market. Fast forward a couple of years and Sega's with a sequel that loses the Sega in its title and adds transformed on the end, but can it build on the original and transform into a must have title for your shiny new Wii U?" (Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed, Wii U) 8/10

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