27 Tracks In ASR Confirmed In German Ad

27 Tracks In ASR Confirmed In German Ad

We informed you yesterday that Amazon’s German site is listing a 27 track total among other things for Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing and now thanks to MarcelloF over at the SSMB we can 100% confirm that total with the above German advertisement.

Also thanks to MarcelloF we have a translation –

The Text says:
Features:
-Multiplayer-fun of the finest: Up to 4 players on one console and 8 online!
-20 awesome characters from the SEGA-Universe are at the starting line! (This sounds odd, but I can’t think of a good way to translate it)
-Spectacular All-Star-Moves from the SEGA-Stars und great Extras for more action on the track!
-27 varied Racetracks in famous SEGA-Worlds!
-Supports the Wii-Wheel!

Available 26. February 2010
“When Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing is released at the beginning of 2010, we’ll get a nicely made, fun Wii racer” N-ZONE 01/2010

Huge thanks to MarcelloF for the heads up, scan and translation!

11 Comments

  1. Unfortunately, SaSASR’s seemingly high track number has been eclipsed before birth by Mario Kart DS’s 32 courses…

  2. @Extacticus: About half of those maps on MKDS are reused maps from the old games. At least this game has 27 brand new maps no one has seen yet.

  3. @Setnaro: I’m not slamming Mario here, but I thought it was highly hilarious to play (and enjoy) Mario Kart DS, and then a few months later play the N64 at a friends place to find those exact same tracks I’d blitzed before – sure gave me an edge even though I’d never played before xD
    And technically they’re not new maps, they’re inspired from maps seen before in the SEGA games but yeah I see what you’re getting at 😉
    @Eggman123: Please no – that lvl took me three quarters of an hr to complete first time I played!!

  4. Well, even if the track was a long as some of the fastest speedruns of Eggmanland (7:30 to 8:00 minutes I believe), it’d still be pretty damn long. Would be a pretty awesome track though, so here’s hoping. They could always make it akin to Bower’s Castle from the Mario Kart series. 😀

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