SEGA Racing

SEGA kart racer now available on Google Play

SEGA has today launched its popular kart-racing game Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing on Android through the Google Play Store. The title stars SEGA's spiky mascot himself, alongside friends (and foes) and characters from other SEGA titles. There's AiAi of Super Monkey Ball fame, Ulala from Space Channel 5 and Ryo Suzuki from Shenmue, among others.

The gameplay should be familiar to anyone who's played Mario Kart or any similar racers — race around a bunch of tracks from various game worlds and use power-ups to get ahead of the pack. Naturally, there's also a multiplayer mode allowing you to pit your skills against your friends.

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing is available now on Google Play, priced at $1.99 in the U.S. and £1.60 in the UK.

 
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ne0ne says:

Nice.

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Mo ZedEl says:

Doesn't exactly have raving reviews though. Guess I'll pass for now

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besweeet says:

Over 2 years after it came out for iOS... I wonder what took so long. Good game, though.

JoeZone says:

How is the z1?

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seanjenkins says:

It's a bit crap. The steering very unresponsive. I'd wait

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soldierblade says:

That's Ryo Hazuki, not Suzuki. Easily confused since the creator of shenmue, Yu Suzuki modeled him after a younger version of himself.

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Phoenixfury says:

Sega added Moga support on their previous Sonic titles but not this one? This is the one game that needs to be controlled with a decent external gamepad. Sega dropped the ball on this one. Until they add in Moga support, I consider this an incompleted game as the default controls are crap and the only thing that could fix this game is an external bluetooth controller. Sega please fix this!

WintersIsaac says:

Anyone else finding it absolutely impossible to sign into Google+ games service through the game? I've tried on my Nexus 7 (first gen) and Galaxy Nexus.