Team Sonic Racing for Nintendo Switch
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Team Sonic Racing

May 21, 2019New
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About this game

Developer: Sumo Digital
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Team Sonic Racing combines the best elements of arcade and fast‐paced competitive style racing as you face‐off with friends in intense multiplayer racing. Race together and work together as a team by sharing power‐ups and speed boosts. Take control of your racing style ‐ Choose from 3 distinct character types and unlock game changing vehicle customization options to suit your racing style. Gear Up. Speed Up. – Team Racing at Sonic Speed!

Gamer Reviews

76 Reviews
7.21
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1 review
7.50
Josh

Josh

Jun 13, 2019
7.50

Critic Reviews

18 Reviews
7.53
Jenni LadaMay 24, 2019
With some patches and some polishing, Team Sonic Racing could be satisfactory. It has some interesting ideas. Getting to race with other people and help one another, in the name of everyone in your group doing better, has some merit. The campaign also is goofy in a good sort of way. There just needs to be some balancing, so people have a reason to pick people who aren’t Speed types, and the online races need to be fixed so people aren’t being booted or find themselves victimized by unbearable glitches.
Trevor GouldJun 06, 2019
While I still have some concerns with Team Sonic Racing, I can’t deny that I’ve come around to it. I’ve sunk over 15 hours, across several extended play sessions, and had quite a bit of fun doing so. The $39.99 launch price is more than fair for what’s included here. If you’re looking for an enjoyable alternative after playing Mario Kart 8 for the past five years, Team Sonic Racing smoothly drifts its way to a decisive silver trophy. Start your engines!
Ryan JanesMay 24, 2019
Players are able to customize each character’s kart with a generous helping of parts and cosmetics. I was actually quite surprised how much fun I had swapping in and out spoilers, wheels and more to see how it might alter the character’s attributes (top speed, handling, etc) not to mention tweaking the paint jobs, the surface type, and vinyls. It’s a shame pretty much everything needs to be unlocked gradually and randomly and that half the car parts are just golden variations of existing ones though.

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