Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed PC gets 3 new racers, including a Team Fortress trio

Looks like the rumors are true! Today Sega announced that the PC version of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed will receive three additional racers. The manager from Football Manager, a Shogun from the Total War and last but definitely not least, a trio from Team Fortress 2! This includes Heavy in boat form, Pyro in car form and Spy in plane form.

Sonic and All-Stars Racing PC version will release digitally on January 31st for £19.99/$29.99USD/€24.99.

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6 responses to “Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed PC gets 3 new racers, including a Team Fortress trio

  1. The Footbal Manager one is kind of lame to me, but maybe it’s meaningful to other people. I’ve never played a Total War game, but that car is awesome. 🙂

  2. Crazytails says:

    Well u do have to admit that when transforming, the football looks kind of neat lol

  3. Plant says:

    At least they didn’t include real-life people this time around… though adding Gabe Newell would be really awesome.
    Imagine. Instant Steam bestseller. 2013 GOTY even.

    Ehh, Football Manager and Total War…
    Guess they’re about the only PC-only Sega games that matter.
    But man, that transform animation for the Football Manager racer guy is just lazy, I’m surprised they showed it off so much.

  4. Barry the nomad says:

    Here are my thoughts I shared on the SEGA blog:

    TF2 is an awesome PC exclusive, but I agree with others in saying that Total War and Football Manager should make it to consoles as DLC. The racers are already built, they’re SEGA IPs and it would just mean more money for SEGA by way of downloads. Not to mention, if SEGA West wants to push those franchises as big name titles then they need to advertise them outside of the PC market. It’s not as if they’re PC only franchises anyway, since we’ve seen both on iOS and Android and Football Manager has been on PSP.

    • Crazytails says:

      I think they rather want people to buy the copy again on PC for the exclusives. Also give a reason for people to become part of the PC playerbase as well to have a good online community since this type of game isnt that popular online.

  5. TB says:

    I really like the exclusives this version has, amidst the loose voice acting (although I suppose swapping the TF2 characters’ voice clips for their home game’s won’t be much a problem to some PC players out there).

    But dangit, would it have killed the marketing team to just use music from the actual game for the trailer videos?

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