In a frantic battle to the checkered flag, Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing sees Sonic and friends speed around tracks set in medieval castle ramparts, lush rainforests and bustling cities, all taken from the visually rich and varied universes of Sonic and SEGA.
It comes with deep regret that Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing with Banjo and Kazooie decided to take a route that doesn’t appeal to all demographics. In the past, complaints arose when the Mario Kart franchise decided to opt for more drift-heavy gameplay with less concentration on shortcuts. It’s in this same regard that Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing fails; it’s primarily a racer that focuses too much on drifting and not enough time on having a joy ride. Upon playing your first match online or offline, it’s easy to notice how drifting relates to staying at the front of the pack. Drifting around corners – or even drifting to drift for the fun of it – allows for players to build up a speed boost that players immediately receive after... Read Review