It’s all nicely and good releasing karting video games on Sony and Microsoft’s consoles, but it surely takes an enormous previous set of Sonic Spinballs to attempt launching one on Mario’s house turf. If anybody’s proven it’s able to this, although, it’s Sheffield-based studio Sumo Digital.
Only a few builders have perfected the artwork of arcade-style dealing with like Sumo, and its first try at a Sonic karting recreation – Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing – was a surprisingly enjoyable speed-fest that paid tribute to Sega heroes previous and current. Its clumsily-named sequel Sonic & All-Stars Racing Reworked was even higher; with its morphing autos and ‘living’ tracks that modified every lap, it might not fairly have been as much as Mario Kart’s lofty requirements but it surely actually took the style additional when it comes to innovation.
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