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Submitted by Phil32 744d ago | review

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Review (PS3) | Nintendo Okie

Phil Stortzum writes, "If you are a kid of the 90’s, loved Sega and its hedgehog mascot Sonic, and enjoyed racing games, then no doubt you are familiar with the Blue Blur’s original speedy offerings with Sonic Drift as well as Sonic R. However, a few years ago Sumo Digital stepped in and created a racing game actually worthy of not only Sonic but Sega as well. The game was known as Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, and it still remains to be the best kart racer of the generation in a fair number of gamers’ eyes—this writer included. Sumo has now followed that terrific karting experience with another one in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. Does this sequel accelerate past its competition, or does the game need to take a pit stop?" (PS3, Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed) 4/5

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