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Submitted by Fr0zeBud 882d ago | review

Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed PS3 Review by GES

PASS ME IF YOU DARE, I HAVE A SWARM OF BEES AND I’M NOT AFRAID TO USE IT!

Sonic reprises his role in this racing game as the super-fast blue hedgehog, however this time you need to prove how fast your vehicle is instead of how fast your feet are. The concept of the game is kept very simple and by doing this makes it fun and easy for the kids to play too. There is a character selection of 20 different characters from Sega’s long running line of superstars including some rather long time forgotten or little know characters. The character roster of course comprises 7 of the most well know characters from the Sega franchise including obviously Sonic, Tails and The villainous Dr. Egghead as well as a few others that I feel could have been left out to include some other know names from different Sega franchises. (PS3, Sega, SEGA & Sonic All-Stars Racing) 8/10

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