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Sonic And All-Stars Racing Wii U screenshots show Jet Set Radio and Shinobi characters

First look at Sega's new racer

You can see Shinobi's Joe Musashi and Jet Set Radio's Beat tearing around the track in this new batch of Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed Wii U screenshots.

They're joined by Sonic characters Knuckles, Tails and Eggman while Golden Axe's Gilius Thunderhead makes an appearance.

As for the tracks, Sonic Heroes fans will be pleased to spot a Seaside Hill course and we can also see a Monkey Ball racetrack.

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Want to find out more about Sonic's new racer. Here's how Sonic And All-Stars Racing uses the Wii U GamePad.

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  1. shy guy 64 Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 09:37

    cool

  2. MartinIsAwesome Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 11:17

    Graphically it's lovely but... Seaside Hill/Ocean Palace again? Sonic Heroes isn't even anywhere near the best game in the series, yet it gets reserved to us nearly as much as Green Hill Zone!
    Hope there's a better variety of Sonic tracks. Tropical Resort, Planet Whisp or Aquarium Park from Sonic Colours would make fantastic tracks. My dream track though would be City Escape. All those down-hill sections - you could do a Sega themed remake of "Bullitt"!
    Still, had hoped that Joe Musashi's horse would have appeared. Maybe it'll be his All-Star move if those return.

  3. 5OUNDWAVE Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 12:07

    looking good , hope there's more off a challenge to it , the first one was way 2 easy , also get rid of the all-star's move's , they where stupid and pointless

  4. CyberGW Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 12:42

    Hope there's a better variety of Sonic tracks. Tropical Resort, Planet Whisp or Aquarium Park from Sonic Colours would make fantastic tracks.


    http://www.sonicstadium.org/2012/08/new ... ga-tracks/
    There is Starlight Carnival from Sonic Colours.

  5. Steve Grim Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 16:22

    Graphically it's lovely but... Seaside Hill/Ocean Palace again? Sonic Heroes isn't even anywhere near the best game in the series, yet it gets reserved to us nearly as much as Green Hill Zone!
    Hope there's a better variety of Sonic tracks. Tropical Resort, Planet Whisp or Aquarium Park from Sonic Colours would make fantastic tracks. My dream track though would be City Escape. All those down-hill sections - you could do a Sega themed remake of "Bullitt"!


    Dude Ocean Palace is one of the best sonic levels in the series and I for one cant wait to race on it
    Although I would rather see City Escape as it was my favourite stage in Generations

  6. 1steagle Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 17:43

    doesnt look like theyve improved much :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(

  7. MartinIsAwesome Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 22:41

    http://www.sonicstadium.org/2012/08/new-sonic-and-all-stars-racing-transformed-trailer-reveals-starlight-carnival-and-more-sega-tracks/
    There is Starlight Carnival from Sonic Colours.


    Aww... That was my least favourite level in the whole game... *pout*

    Dude Ocean Palace is one of the best sonic levels in the series and I for one cant wait to race on it


    You don't have to wait, becuase there are about 3 or 4 tracks based on it in the first game. Do we really need more tracks like it?
    And, for me at leat, Ocean Palace is nowhere near "one of the "best Sonic levels". It's very pretty - I'd love to holiday there - I'll give you that, but there are so many better ones.

  8. imbusydoctorwho Wednesday 15th Aug 2012 at 22:57

    Graphically it looks really good,I have no worries about this game,because I know it'll be awesome.

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