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17/12/2012 FGTV: Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed Review
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Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed is a launch day title for the WiiU. Although it is coming out on other platforms, FamilyGamerTV sat down to look at the amazing WiiU features which this game is exploiting.

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Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed Nintendo Wii Review

FGTV: Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed

Format:
Nintendo Wii

Genre:
Racing

Style:
Competitive
Cooperative

Other reviews:
Story Gamer (WIIU)

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Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed is a launch day title for the WiiU. Although it is coming out on other platforms, FamilyGamerTV sat down to look at the amazing WiiU features which this game is exploiting.

Despite the long shadow cast by Mario Kart Wii, we see how the new WiiU controller provides an on-screen map, an angle-sensitive rear-view mirror and enhanced audio experiences.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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