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Sonic R

Sonic R (SAT) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Genre: Action Racing (Arcade)
Developer: Traveller's Tales


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Sonic R review

Reviewed January 07, 2007

disco says: "Sonic the Hedgehog has several things going for him. Decked out in sleek blue fur and stylish red sneakers, he’s the epitome of what a game mascot should be. He’s hip, cool, and fun to be around. Though his obsession with chilidogs isn’t exactly healthy, he’s still far more of an interesting and dynamic character than his rival over at Nintendo. Image aside, Sega’s blue blur has one thing going for him: his pure, unbridled speed. Once those feet of his start up, it’ll take an act of God (or a we..."
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