Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Arcade machine spotted in the wild

Seems that the previously reported rumor of SASASR receiving an arcade version was legit! From the website Arcade Heroes comes photos and a few details about the racing cabinet, officially titled Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Arcade. The machine(s) were spotted at a Chuck E. Cheese in Skokie, IL. The tipster noted that the seats and sides of the cabinet change color. The startup mentions Sumo Digital as the developer and the game retains power-ups and boosting. The game features three modes: Time Trial, Quick Race and Grand Prix. Also, the game is running on the Ringwide hardware. No mention of the roster, but I assume it has exactly what the console versions have. I wonder if Metal Sonic also appears?

Check out an additional photo at the Arcade Heroes link below.

[Source: Arcade Heroes and Sonic Retro]

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4 responses to “Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Arcade machine spotted in the wild

  1. ShaunShikeishuu says:

    *sigh* If only there were arcades left in my area. There is a Chuck E. Cheese but assuming they had it I'd feel really awkward going in there at my age.

  2. Centrale says:

    Wow, congrats to Sumo Digital!

  3. upsidedown fuji says:

    I find this a little ironic to ask but I wonder if these will be released in Japan. I want to play it in the arcade XD even though I own a launch copy on my 360. 🙂

  4. Sharky says:

    @Fuji, Sega Japan seems to turn its nose up at everything made out side of Japan so I'm not sure.

    I know STORM! has often run into problems getting hold of western made Sega games and collectables.

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