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- This is no ordinary race. Each character is equipped with their own unique vehicle that can transform into a car, boat and plane to take advantage of the changing terrains.
- Take to land, sea & air as you race through 16 dynamically changing courses inspired by SEGA's illustrious gaming history.
- Race as one of the 20+ legendary All-Stars. The starting line-up has been transformed as new iconic characters from the world of SEGA join the race.
- Utilize an arsenal of devastating weapons which require skill to aim, shoot, evade and block.
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Top Customer Reviews
Reviews kept coming in for this game, though, that made me suck it up and pay the $40. I kept reading that it was the best kart racing game in years, that the frame rate was solid, that it felt right. And with some apprehension, I bought it for PS3.
It's worth the money. It is one of the best kart racing games in years, arguably ever. I don't think it knocks the best of the Mario Karts off of their pinnacle (for what it's worth, I loved Double Dash and MK Wii, but didn't care for MK7), but it's easily in the same league. Unlike Mario Kart, it has a LOT to do as well. There's plenty to unlock, the career mode is robust, the game is challenging without feeling cheap and the online functionality is solid (I had no problem finding matches). Doing well as a character unlocks "mods" that adjust the kart's stats, so there's a good amount of replayability.
The SEGA fan service is wonderful too. Ristar holds the flag starting off the race, all of the tracks feature little touches. The transforming concept is put to great use and it's far more successfully realized than Mario Kart 7 (which doesn't come close). The first time you run the After Burner track, drive off a battleship and transform into a plane while jets are dogfighting all around you... Man. It's just awesome.
I'm sure many people have mixed feelings on DLC, but I generally welcome it for kart games.Read more ›
Do you remember going to the arcade and seeing a kind of off-beat racing game, throwing a quarter in and having your mind blown with sounds and colors? That's really what this game is. It can be compared to the likes of Mario Kart, and while there are similarities this is a unique game all it's own. My biggest gripe is that unlocking all the maps, characters, and so on will take a lot of single-player action, so you run the risk of turning into "that person" who plays a lot on their own and just always has an edge on your friends when they come over the play.
I got the product in 2 days (via Prime), just as advertised, but had to wait a couple of days before the product even shipped; all in all, taking a couple days longer than expected. Also, while this product is advertised as being the "Bonus Edition", it is not... or at least it isn't if your seller is
"Isomergames": that was the "default" / top seller at the time I ordered my copy. Suffice to say, my nephews were a little disappointed that they didn't get the Bonus Edition for Christmas (which includes an not only an additional character / driver, but also an addition track... along with some
other "goodies"). So... as for the game itself, it seems like it'd be fun to play (watching my nephews play it), but don't get your hopes up about receiving the Bonus Edition, because you might not.
Overall, Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed is fun, simple for the casual gamer (like myself), and with enough depth to keep serious gamers busy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My wife and I have played this game twice and rather enjoy it. Definitely worth your time.Published 1 month ago by J&J's Jungle
This beat Trackmania so bad is not even funny.
This is what fun is all about. Everyone I play this with - from 4-year old to 70-year old love this game.