Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing is a Racing game available on the Wii 360. It can be played in Splitscreen modes.
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing can be played in a Splitscreen mode. Split Screen Multiplayer games involve multiple players by providing a portion of the screen for each person. This enables two, three or four players to be involved in the game using just one console. Although popular for the PS2, Gamecube and Wii it is becoming less common in modern 360 and PS3 games which are less willing to sacrifice horsepower from the visuals to accomodate the extra players - they opt for an online multiplayer mode instead.
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Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing, on 360, PS3, Wii and DS, proves its kart racing worth alongside Mario Kart, Need for Speed and the upcoming Blur. This mirrors Sega's focus on action rather than exploration. But although it may lack the course detail of Mario Kart it manages to keep the focus more on the racing - ironically more like the N64 and SNES versions of Nintendo's game.
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing adopts the usual kart racing memes. Fast frantic racing is the order of the day, with enough challenge for seasoned gamers but enough simplicity for newcomers. Here we find the usual set of drivers and vehicles that compete around a set of equally varied tracks. The focus is on fun, rather than anything more serious. Players of all abilities can compete in a game setup to encourage competition and help back markers catch up.
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing 360 delivers character infested kart racing without the need for a Wii. Sumo digital hit all the right notes while showing surprising restraint - no blue shells - and keeping the focus enough on the racing.
While the Wii version of Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing has the likes of Mario Kart and My Sims Racing to compete with, on 360 and PS3 there is less competition. Perhaps that's enough reason alone for Sega to step up the kart racing plate, but even here they will inevitably be painted as the pretender to the crown.
Wrestles its way into our hearts alongside Mario Kart and My Sims Racing. Mirroring Sega's focus on action rather than exploration, this may lack the detail of Mario Kart but it succeeds by keeping the focus on the racing.
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing adopts the usual kart racing memes on the Wii. There are a set of varying drivers and vehicles that compete around a set of equally varied tracks. It's fast and frantic racing fun, rather than anything more serious. Players of all abilities can compete in a game setup to encourage competition and help back markers catch up with the peloton.
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