Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing for Wii Accessibility Review
10 September 2010
Excerpt: If you're trying to determine who the greatest Sega character of all time is, it's going to be pretty difficult to devise a competition in which Ulala and Sonic are on even ground. The Space Channel 5 star named Ulala would win any dance-off, of course. But besides these 20 corky characters, you get fast racing karts and crazy weapons that cause your other racers to spin and slide out of the lead.
Excerpt: If you're trying to determine who the greatest Sega character of all time is, it's going to be pretty difficult to devise a competition in which Ulala and Sonic are on even ground. The Space Channel 5 star named Ulala would win any dance-off, of course.
Excerpt: It's true that Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing is incredibly similar in terms of game design to a certain other kart racing series. While Mario Kart rules the racing roost, with sales to back it up, SEGA's been making arcade-style racing games since the dawn of time (well, the 1980s).
Summary: Parents need to know that Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing contains cartoony violence that falls into the comic mischief category. Players jostle each other while on the track, and flatten one another with over-sized hammers and giant eggs, although no one is ever hurt. Play is suitable for all ages, but the game has an option for unsupervised online chat during play on Xbox and PS3. a feature that Common Sense Media does not advise for kids under 12.
Excerpt: Sur la Wii, en terme de jeu de course orienté multijoueurs et divertissant, impossible de ne pas évoquer Mario Kart. Il nous amuse depuis des lustres et est toujours le bienvenu dans les soirées Wii. Mais la lassitude venant avec le temps, les circuits de Mario ayant révélé tous leurs secrets et ce dans tous les modes disponibles, le joueur a besoin de changement.
Excerpt: is, to date, one of the most popular racing games and without a doubt one of the most accessible. It only seems right that other companies would try to imitate the not-so-serious formula and add a few twists.