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Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Gets a New Trailer, Release Date and Box Art

From Comic Con comes a new trailer for Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed showing at least part of the opening cinematic of the game. The trailer primarily features Sonic characters along with a bunch of recycled voice clips, though Vyse from Skies of Arcadia, Gillius from Golden Axe and AiAi from Super Monkey Ball do appear as well as some of the dragons from Panzer Dragoon. The end of the trailer shows the release date of the game, which is November 20th, 2012 in the US and November 16th in Europe.

The box art of the game has also been revealed. Non-Sonic SEGA characters take a backseat on this cover, with Sonic literally appearing five times to show how his vehicle transforms from a boat into a plane into a car. If you squint you might be able to see AiAi flying around in the background. Aside from the lack of other SEGA characters it’s not a bad cover though. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed will be coming to Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Playstation Vita, 3DS, Wii U and on PC download services like Steam.

[Source: SEGA Blog]

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    It’s also been confirmed to be coming to Wii U- don’t forget that.

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      Yeah, forgot to mention that. Updated the post.

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    I like how they finally impliment voice acting in the trailer! I should’ve expected the release date was in November, it’s been that way since 2008, before even.

    I’m certainly gonna get this! Best Karting game, no lie.

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    Wish they would focus in more on the others vehicles some more.

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    The Sonic voice clips are reused from Generations :/

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    For anyone who’s interested, the track is by Nero – and it’s called “Promises” (vocals have been removed in the trailer).

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    All of that dubstep in the trailer.

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    Reusing voice clips FTW!

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