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Sonic Sega All Stars Racing

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  • Party racing fun: Battle it out in single player, challenge your friends in 4 player split-screen or compete in 8 player online action! Game modes include Grand Prix, Arcade and Time Attack.
  • All your favorite racers: Choose from 20 different characters from the Sonic & SEGA universe including Sonic, Tails, AiAi and Amigo.
  • High Velocity Vehicles: Every character drives their own unique vehicle including sports cars, bikes, monster trucks, planes and even a giant banana to perform special maneuvers!
  • All-Star moves: Race by a competitor with a variety of pick-up weapons (missiles, mines and other obstacles) or one of the 20 unique character moves such as Tails' tornado, Samba's conga line, and much more!
  • Stunning visuals: Race over medieval castle ramparts, under lush rainforest canopies and through bustling cityscapes as you battle through 24 challenging tracks from the Sonic and SEGA Universe.

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Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii

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!

Product Information

Platform:Nintendo Wii
ASIN B002BH3N2W
Release date February 23, 2010
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4.4 out of 5 stars 263 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,286 in videogames
#34 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
I wanted to play with this game a full solid week so that I could give a solid review. I could not wait for this game to come out. I am a big Mario Kart fan and have been looking for a game just as good as Mario Kart. I've purchased some other racing games like Speed Racer, Excitebots and Sims Racing. All these games are pretty good but they do not compete with my favorite Mario Kart. That is until now with Sonic & Sega All Star Racing. The similarites to Mario Kart are pretty much the same. You have your Grand Prix Racing that you have to come in top 3 to move on to the next level. You also have your Time Trial Racers. The most fun I have is playing live on Wi Fi with other people. You have different courses like Mario Kart but the racing syle is different. In Sonic it is all about the drift. When you curve around a corner you have to drift. In doing this you get a turbo boost that moves you ahead. You also pick up weapons to use against your opponents like Mario. When you are towards the back of the race you may also get an All Star move, sort of like the Rocket in Mario to move you ahead. So the similarties are really close when it comes to Sonic Vs. Mario. The only difference is learning how to race in a different way than Mario. Also when you are in the air you can flip your vehicle up to 3 x's and this will also give you a Turbo Boost when you land.
Now, what I don't like about this game is that you can't destroy your fellow racers like you can on Mario. You really can't crash into them and knock them off the road. You can use your weapons but that is about it. Mario is more fun when you get your opponents and speed ahead of them. Another thing that they did wrong was when playing the Grand Prix games you cannot quit or leave in the middle of a 4 course game.
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Got the game and spent hours last night playing (and laughing out loud at times, M Kart doesn't have the sense of humor this game does). The cars feel heavier and slower than Mario Kart at first, which a few laps around the track lets you adjust. They need this for the drift feature which you use heavily to speed up. Have to say the thumb gets a better workout here than on M Kart due to using this feature so much. If you are a Sega fan you will love your characters, I played as Amigo, Beat, BD Joe and Ulala so far. Love Ulala the best, she is funny with all that dancing while driving. Tracks are good, and it's easy to unlock stuff. Having some problems playing online but that may be my router that keeps getting me disconnected, not sure. Definitely worth the money and no regrets on the purchase!
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My wife and I are super Mario Cart Fans. We've bought at least 7 or 8 other race games but none hold a candle to Mario Carts. Will now we have one that does. Sonic Sega All-Stars is a ton of fun. It's a big game with lots to do. 24 colorful, detailed tracks that will keep you at the edge of your seat. Lots of power ups that are unique to the game. You can also use your Wii person that you may have made to drive the car. It makes me look fat. If you like Mario Carts, I don't see any way you would be sorry for purchasing this game. I bought mine from Amazon (free shipping) and had it in three or four days.
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Want another racing game that's up to the standards of Mario Kart? This is it! As some reviews have said about the pros: 24 tracks, great drift, tricks & weapons, and each car has a special move. Lots of challenge games, missions, etc for the single player. My only downside is there's no "Team Racing" as in Mario Kart, with more racers on the track. Every race is a single race. But my 9-year-old son loves it. Other than that, go out and buy it.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
You know, I was at Walt Disney World for 3 days. During the vacation, I had visited Downtown Disney's Disney Quest. I was saddened to realize that Mario Kart Arcade GP was no longer there, but my mood rose again when I realized that what replaced it was the arcade version of Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing. Since I've (now regrettably) sold my copy of the Wii game, this was my only opportunity other than buying the game to jump back in to the fun. Just so you know, the arcade game is just like the console game, except it uses a steering wheel and pedals (And it doesn't offer as much tracks).

Of course, one would say this is a complete rip-off of Mario Kart. Well, that's debatable. LOTS of franchises have stepped into kart-racing before. Crash Bandicoot, Mickey Mouse, Digimon, Pac-Man, and even Little Big Planet's getting a racer, to name a few. So really, it's its own genre. And this isn't even Sonic's first time on the track (See Sonic Drift and Sonic R). But what's special about Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing is that it's a game with characters and tracks from/based off of various Sega games coming together as fan service similar to that of the Smash Bros. games.

As for the game itself, it almost offers the same great fun as Mario Kart. The tracks may have been inspired by other Sega games, but they are HUGELY creative and fun (Have you ever wanted to do a loop-de-loop in a racer?). Everything is colorfully detailed, flowing with eye candy, and the variety of characters/tracks can surely appeal to fans. From the Sonic crew to Billy Hatcher to Super Monkey Ball's Ai-Ai, this can be said to be an all-star cast.

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