Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed

Nov 18, 2012
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Game Info

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About this game

Developer: Sumo Digital
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed™ is changing the rules with a new thrilling racing experience featuring Sonic the Hedgehog and a fantastic cast of SEGA All-Stars competing across land, sea and air in vehicles that fully transform from cars, to boats, to planes. Following on from the huge success of Sonic & SEGA All-Star’s Racing, the characters now have their own unique transforming vehicles designed to take advantage of the varying terrain. The line-up on the Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed grid sees SEGA favorites – including Sonic the Hedgehog, Dr Eggman and AiAi – return to battle against newcomers that include Gilius Thunderhead of Golden Axe and Vyse of Skies of Arcadia.

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
7.80
8.80
Chris SchillingNov 30, 2012
Beyond its obvious appeal to Sega fans, this is a rich, bold and substantial arcade racer that demands your attention. It might not be quite as finely tuned as Mario Kart, but it’s a good deal more ambitious, and different enough that it deserves a place alongside it in your gaming library.
Britton PeeleNov 21, 2012
The game can be played entirely on the GamePad screen (though the ability to do so by swiping down on the touch screen isn't even mentioned in the manual), and the fundamental mechanics of the game are sound. Normally, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is a joy to both play and look at. It's just unfortunate that this version is so broken. If it were fixed, it would be a wonderful choice for kart racing fans looking for ways to enjoy their new Wii U.
Damien McFerranDec 07, 2012
The game’s solo mode is surprisingly deep and varied, and if you want to level-up all of the characters and unlock all of the available mods then you’ll need to invest an awful lot of time. Add to this an equally captivating local and online multiplayer segment and you’ve got a game which could enjoy the same remarkable stamina as Mario Kart Wii, which is still a firm favourite with Nintendo fans despite being almost five years old.

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