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Get You Some All-Stars Racing From Your Couch

If you haven’t played Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing yet, what’s wrong with you?  It’s a cool game, man.  Now, you have no excuses, because SEGA just discounted it to $29.99 and you can buy it from the comfort of your own home.  They’re making it too easy for you.  Check the press release, doofuses:

SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd. today announced that Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing™ is now for sale through the Xbox LIVE® Games On Demand platform for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. The hit arcade racing game, starring SEGA’s eclectic ensemble of heroes and villains, is available for immediate download, allowing players to jump right in to frantic, explosive races with up to four local players, or eight online players.

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing puts players on the track and in the shoes of a host of popular SEGA characters, from the blue blur himself to AiAi and Dr. Eggman, each with their own unique vehicle. Players must use their driving skills to drift and dodge their way to a checkered flag in a variety of single-player modes, as well as multiplayer races both off and online. The racer is the latest title to appear in SEGA’s growing library of download-ready games through Xbox LIVE Games On Demand, including hits such as Bayonetta™ and Aliens vs. Predator™.

For more information about Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, visit

The game takes up 3.82 GB and you can download additional content, a dashboard ASR Avatar items as well.

[via Sonic Stadium]

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    You know, I honestly think this game is better than Mario Kart.

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      Me too, at least the newest Mario Karts.

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    Not convenient enough. Lemme know when it’s on Steam.

    Oh shit, what? It IS on Steam? And only for $19.99? Hot damn.

    Does the Steam version allow for DLC? I’d be stoked if I could race through the Death Egg as Metal Sonic in his sweet ride.

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      The PC/Steam version doesn’t have any online capabilities, so no.

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    Nah, a brand new disc copy is cheaper.
    Though I’ve been waiting for a used copy for around ten.

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