Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed
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Sonic and the All-Stars cast line up on the starting grid once again to battle for supremacy in the ultimate race. Compete across land, water and air in incredible transforming vehicles that change from cars to boats to planes mid-race. Master your driving skills as you drift, barrel role and boost to overtake your rivals, or use your weapons tactically and unleash your All-Star move to gain the winning advantage.
It’s not just your fellow racers you need to watch out for, as the road falls away beneath you, or the river runs dry, new routes emerge and your vehicle transforms to take advantage of the terrain. Discover alternative routes and short cuts as you perfect the course in this adrenaline fuelled dash to the finish line - racing will never be the same again.
This is not just racing, it’s racing transformed!
Fully Transformable Vehicles
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. Each vehicle handles differently and players must master all three to triumph.
Choose your Racer
Race as over 20 legendary All-Stars. The starting line-up has been transformed as new iconic characters from the world of SEGA join the race. What other game sees a hedgehog battle it out against a monkey, a sky pirate and an axe wielding dwarf!
Take to land, sea & air as you race through 16 dynamically changing courses inspired by SEGA’s illustrious gaming history. Discover alternate routes, find new power-ups and avoid emerging hazards as you race to victory – every track feels different.
Tools of Devastation
Utilise an arsenal of devastating weapons which require skill to aim, shoot, evade and block. The All-Star Moves also return, this time the more daring and stylishly you race, the more your All-Star meter increases allowing you to unleash carnage on your opponents!
Ultimate Gaming Experience
Old rivalries can be settled and new ones created in up to 10 player online. Journey through the All-Stars’ world to take on a huge range of modes and challenges, including Grand Prix, Battle arenas and an incredible world tour.
Sega All Stars is F.U.N.!mungchung | May 14, 2013 | See all mungchung's reviews »
As far as Kart racers go, everyone knows about Mario. However, you can put Sonic right next to him. I have to say I am enjoying this one immensely. Single-player is your typical progression of "Cup" races or time trial and single race. There are a plethora of characters to unlock in the "Cup" mode. And each one can be leveled up to unlock different "mods" for cars. The music and graphics are really nice and I love the transformations. From my experience, this game is less stressful than it's Mario competitor in the sense that being in first place, does not mean you will get bombarded by traps and end up in last place on the final lap. It feels more like you have to work for first place, and more rewarding when achieved. I've had some really tight and heated multiplayer sessions. I love this game and recommend it to old and new players to this genre!
Nice Game!Nawab2012 | May 5, 2013 | See all Nawab2012's reviews »
Well what can be said about this game? it was a huge step forward in the racing games genre to be honest, the first game was something extremely good, i personally enjoyed it a lot, the only thing that demotivated me was the fact that there was no Online Multiplayer Mode at least in the PC, im not entirely sure how was in Console The sequel of the game was extremely good, the action is even more intense than in the 1st one with a different cast of characters, new and old reworked stages, extremely good soundtrack and the missing link of the first one, Online Multiplayer!.........BUT, i have to say that there was some points in this game that in my personal opinion, were a bit of a let down 1st All Star Moves, in the 1st game each ASM was unique and presented a real threat for everyone including the 1st place player because they were completely devastating and game breaking (no wonder why they were All Star Moves) while in this one....uhm....cant really tell if there's any difference at all between every character ASM's....the only ones that look really different are Nights and Reala's moves, that was kind of demotivating for me, they dont look or feel that menacing as before, you can be at 1st place, see that someone gets the All Star and not even feel it 2 The Announcer, in the first game, the Announcer was quite a crazy guy with a really catchy voice who always was informing with precision what was happening with the other racers, specially when triggering the ASM's and sometimes could make you laugh a little bit (sometimes it made me think of Micky Cantor from Monday Night Combat), in this game the announcer feels pretty insipid and with a huge lack of energy compared to the first one and barely talks, that was, once again, in my opinion, kind of a let down 3 Minor detail but still worth mentioning, the attention to details in Items, i feel that this game lacked a more remarkable variety of items and icons during ASMs in the first one each time you grabbed one you could see an icon of something related to what will trigger the All Star, in this one you only get to see a Star with EVERY character, its not much of a big deal but its still marks a bit of lack of attention to details
But well, all things considered, i cant say that i havent enjoyed the game, its really good and can give you plenty of hours of fun :D i can highly recommend it, if you are a PC Gamer, Sonic Fan and Racing fan, there's no way you can miss this one
Better Mario Kart game than Mario KartProfoundly_Mad | May 2, 2013 | See all Profoundly_Mad's reviews »
Sonic & All Stars Racing transformed is probably the best kart racer I have ever played. The tracks are wonderfully thought out and provide plenty of variety as you switch between car, boat and plane modes, the graphics are bright, colourful and crisp as everything runs at a steady 60 frames per second, there is a lot of hidden unlockables to discover and support up to 4 player local co-op or online racing.
A fantastic game that will provide hours of entertainment.
Much improved sequalnibbihak | April 28, 2013 | See all nibbihak's reviews »
Mario has always dominated the gokart genre but in recent years Sega have made an attempt to decrown them. S&S:ART (emphasis on the art) does exactly that. It controls extremely well; tough, the planes are so so. Courses are very well designed and give a good sense of progression to the races. A solid game and must have for any Sega fan!
PC port that matches up to expectationsHighwayman72 | April 6, 2013 | See all Highwayman72's reviews »
PC isn't exactly a hotbed of activity for arcade karting games, after the recent but decent F1 Race Stars... SEGA come along with a game that blows it out of the water with it variation. Currently this is the definitive arcade karting game out for PC.