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Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed 3DS likely delayed until February

Posted by Barry the NomadFollow Barry the Nomad on Twitter! on Dec 10th, 2012

It’s not racing, it’s racing delayed! Via The Sonic Stadium comes news that Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed for the 3DS has most likely been delayed until February 2013. While the game released to 360, PS3 and Wii U in mid November, and the Vita version is due December 18th in the US, the 3DS version has been missing in action. SEGA hasn’t done a very good job in letting fans know when to expect the 3DS version of the game, and as such many have relied on retailers like Amazon and Gamestop. Both sites list a February 2013 release date, and a recent post from Nintendo Europe seems to confirm the delay as the 3DS version is listed with a February 2013 date.

3 thoughts on “Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed 3DS likely delayed until February”

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  1. segaismysavior says:

    The delay doesn’t surprise me, considering they’ve only released… one screen shot? Hopefully it’s a delay to up the quality and keep the frame rate solid.
    If it doesn’t look/run as well as Mario Kart 7, then they shouldn’t have bothered porting it.

    I’m very curious how the stunts will work without a 2nd stick, please don’t tell me I have to tilt the system…

    1. Internetakias says:

      Probably uses the d-pad or something.

  2. Quick Chang says:

    The most recent (and hopefully set) release date is Feb 12, 2013. Even Nintendo eShop says so now. Also d-pad stunts is exactly what I was thinking too. Either that or the Circle pad pro, though that might be awkward. I hope the wait is worth it.

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