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Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing

by Sega
Platform : Xbox 360
4.5 out of 5 stars 142 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100

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Explore stunning new circuits including Sonic Seaside Hill, Curien Mansion and Blizzard Castle as you zip around medieval castle ramparts, hurtle under lush rainforest canopies and tear through bustling city scapes. Jostle against 20 challengers including Super Monkey Ball's AiAi, Amigo from Samba and the evil Dr. Egg man in your unique character vehicle. Stay ahead of the pack by dodging traps and launching outrageous character moves such as the invincible Super Sonic or the Banana Blitz assault of monkey balls!

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.6 x 5.7 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 23, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,958 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
If you keep up on video games at all, the words: "Sonic all star racing" immediately strike dread, fear, sadness, frustration, or disappointment in your heart. How many Sonic games have promised to bring the blu blur back to his former glory but failed utterly? Racing games in particularly have been hard for Sonic to nail (ironic,isn't it?) with the last two "Sonic Riders" being tolerable but still providing enough frustration and disappointment to be worthwhile entries in the Sonic Hall of Infamy.
Apparently, Sonic needs some outside help.
Enter Sonic All star racing. Arguably the best kart-racer since Mario Kart Double Dash.
-Smooth, precise, controls? Check
-Plenty of variety ins racers? Check (with the exception of Big)
-awesomely cool, zany race tracks? Check (almost too much so)
-crazy cool unique catch up moves? check
-local four player mode? check
-Easy to learn? check
-plenty of depth for masters? check
-no insane requirements for unlockables? check
-sweet soundtrack? check
-cool, useful items? check
-FAIR, EVEN, distribution of said items? Check and check

This game may merely be a mario kart clone, but honestly, what kart racer isn't? What matters is that this clone is nearly as good as the original with nearly no dis-functioning parts. There are some minor flaws: racers occasionally fall through the track. Big the Cat. Sonic still needs a vehicle to race.(maybe he's handicapping himself?)

All in all, if you want a great racing game to play with your kids (or your parents) you can't go wrong with Sonic All Star Racing.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Story / Level Design:
The racers and stages are all from the Sega universe, not just Sonic's world. It's not an evenly weighted ratio with more Sonic levels available than others. It makes sense since the typical gamer is only really familiar with the blue needle mouse.

The tracks are brilliant. The stage designs feel like F-Zero / Wipeout meshed with a high definition coloring book wrapped in familiar surroundings.

The 360's controls are sharp and responsive. The button layout isn't in any way cumbersome or complicated to master.

RT = gas
LT = drift
A = weapon drop

Drift through corners to build boost. When airborne, LT again to do tricks.

The game engine isn't something completely revolutionary ... it's an updated Mario Kart. Much like the plumber's clones (Crash Team Racing, Diddy Kong Racing, NASCAR Kart Racing, etc), there are power-ups (missiles, stationary bombs, screen distorters), track shortcuts, and ground boosts / obstacles.

Where this game differs from the past is in something completely unheard of ... fairness. When in the lead, you're given the opportunity to really drill the competition. NO flood of blue shells during lap 3. There are no triple heat seeking red shell combos. There is no CPU assault of power-ups to lessen your lead. No matter when in first or last, you have the same opportunity to play.

Final thoughts:
As of today, this game is the undisputed king of racing games. The graphics, gameplay, and overall presentation is spectacular. I tried to not make so many comparisons to Mario Kart Wii, but it's hard not to. This game smokes Nintendo's offering.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Since we got the Wii a year ago, we had Mario Kart from day one and love it! It was probably the premier karting game, so it is nearly impossible to describe this game without comparing the two. I also have not tried the Wii version of the game, but considered buying it.

We got an Xbox for Christmas and the trailer for Sonic & SEGA Racing looked pretty fun, but I was torn over getting it for the Wii or Xbox, so I downloaded the demo on Xbox Live and tried it out. My kids loved it, so I decided to get the game for Xbox so that we can race in Hi-Def and play against friends over Xbox Live as well.

First of all, the real game is WAY better than the demo! SEGA could have sold more with a better demo, in my opinion. Why is it more fun than Mario Kart Wii? Well, I think the racing action is a little easier on the Xbox controller than the Wii-mote. Additionally, each character has their own unique abilities and "All Star" moves, which are hilarious for some of the characters, such as AIAI the monkey! The Bonanza Bros. also perform silly antics throughout each race, which made for lots of laughter from everyone in our house. :-D Some characters are clearly better than others, which is a shift from the "one size fits all" or "win with anyone" gameplay in Mario Kart.

One of the best differences is how you earn new tracks and racers. As you race, you earn "SEGA miles" points, and I believe you earn more points per race if you have more players in multi-play. With the SEGA miles, you purchase new tracks or racers. This is a HUGE improvement over Mario Kart, where you had to unlock everything in single-player mode to be able to race with them in multi-player mode!
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