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Overview

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is a racing game developed by Sumo Digital and published by Sega for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on November 18, 2012. It was later released for the Wii U (as a launch title on November 22, 2012), PlayStation Vita (on December 18, 2012), PC (via Steam on January 31, 2013), Nintendo 3DS (on February 12, 2013), iPhone, iPad and Android (on January 2, 2014).

The sequel to Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, this Sega-themed racer adds a variety of new characters, levels, and gameplay mechanics (most notably the ability to transform into three different types of transportation: landcraft, watercraft, and aircraft). While the game adds new characters from previous Sega games (including Gilius Thunderhead from the Golden Axe series and Vyse from Skies of Arcadia), it also adds a variety of guest characters which vary depending on the game platform (with the exception of both Ralph from the Wreck-It Ralph film and real-life NASCAR racer Danica Patrick).

Characters

RacerFranchise
AGESSega
AiAiSuper Monkey Ball
Alex KiddAlex Kidd
AmigoSamba De Amigo
Amy RoseSonic the Hedgehog
Avatar (Xbox 360 Exclusive)Xbox 360
B.D. JoeCrazy Taxi
BeatJet Set Radio
Danica PatrickNASCAR
Dr. EggmanSonic the Hedgehog
Football Manager (PC Exclusive)Football Manager
General Winter (PC Exclusive)Company of Heroes 2
Gilius ThunderheadGolden Axe
GumJet Set Radio
Joe MusashiShinobi
KnucklesSonic the Hedgehog
Mee MeeSuper Monkey Ball
Metal Sonic (DLC, default on Wii U)Sonic the Hedgehog
Mii (Wii U Exclusive)Nintendo
NiGHTSNights
PuddingSpace Channel 5
RealaNights
RalphWreck-It Ralph
Ryo (iOS, Android, and PC Exclusive) (DLC)Shenmue
Shadow the HedgehogSonic the Hedgehog
Shogun (PC Exclusive)Shogun: Total War
Simon "Honeydew" LaneThe Yogscast
Sonic the HedgehogSonic the Hedgehog
TailsSonic the Hedgehog
Spy, Heavy, Pyro (PC Exclusive)Team Fortress
UlalaSpace Channel 5
VyseSkies of Arcadia
Willemus (PC Exclusive)Total War: Rome II

Course List

Dragon Cup

Course NameFranchise
Ocean ViewSonic the Hedgehog
Samba StudiosSamba De Amigo
Carrier ZoneAfter Burner
Dragon CanyonPanzer Dragoon

Rogue Cup

Course NameFranchise
Temple TroubleSuper Monkey Ball
Galactic ParadeSonic the Hedgehog
Seasonal ShrinesShinobi
Rogue's LandingSkies of Arcadia

Emerald Cup

Course NameFranchise
Dream ValleyNights
Chilly CastleBilly Hatcher and the Giant Egg
Graffiti CityJet Set Radio
Sanctuary FallsSonic the Hedgehog

Arcade Cup

Course NameFranchise
Graveyard GigHouse of the Dead
Adder's LairGolden Axe
Burning DepthsBurning Rangers
Race of AgesSega

Classic Cup

Course NameFranchise
Sunshine TourSamba De Amigo
Shibuya DowntownJet Set Radio
Roulette RoadSonic the Hedgehog
Egg HangarSonic the Hedgehog

Downloadable Tracks/Bonus Tracks

Course NameFranchise
OutRun BayOutRun

Arena Tracks

Course NameFranchise
Neon DocksSonic the Hedgehog
Battle BayAfter Burner
Creepy CourtyardHouse of the Dead
Rooftop RumbleJet Set Radio
Monkey Ball ParkSuper Monkey Ball

Game Modes

There are a number of game modes that can be used in all of the game's tracks.

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Race Courses
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Arena Courses
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Arena Courses

Version Differences

PC

  • Football Manager, Shogun, Team Fortress, General Winter, and Willemus are playable.
  • Yogscast and Ryo are downloadable content.
  • The only version capable of running at 60 frames per second.
  • There is no Bonus Edition of the PC version, leaving Metal Sonic and the OutRun Downloadable track as DLC only.
  • Uses Steam for online support such as achievements and online play.

PlayStation 3

  • No distinct differences from the other versions.

Xbox 360

  • Avatars are playable once unlocked.

Wii U

The Wii U Game Pad provides a map on the screen.
The Wii U Game Pad provides a map on the screen.
  • Miis are playable once unlocked.
  • Up to five players can play on one console, with four players using standard controllers and one player on the Game Pad.
  • If there is no player on the Game Pad, it turns into a map that can also provide a rear view if held up to the screen. It also shows a chase cam for items that are fired at other players. It also shows which player is in what place and what item they are holding. When playing with more than one player, the map will center around the lead human player.
  • The Game Pad also provides for off-TV play by sliding down on the touch screen. Slide back up to return the screen to the TV.
  • Motion controls can be used with Wii Remotes or the Wii U Game Pad.
  • Contains two Party Game modes, Ninja Tag and Banana Heist, exclusive to this version. Neither mode can be played online however.
  • Metal Sonic and OutRun Bay are included by default, as the Wii U version does not support downloadable content.

PlayStation Vita

  • Each race goes up to eight opponents as opposed to 10 on console versions.
  • You cannot play World Tour mode with friends.

Nintendo 3DS

  • Miis are playable once unlocked.
  • Metal Sonic and OutRun Bay are included by default, as the 3DS version does not support downloadable content.
  • This version is built from the ground-up separate from the other versions of the game. As a result, characters and tracks have lower detail due to system performance.

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