Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed releasing in Japan on Wii U and PS3 on May 15th


In this week’s Famitsu magazine in Japan, it’s been announced that the game will finally be seeing release in Japan on May 15th, 2014, but only on Wii U and PS3, leaving out the other versions on 3DS, Vita, Xbox 360, and PC. The price will be 6,980 Yen (so roughly $70 dollars).

The original Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing on regular platforms did not see a release in Japan, however the mobile versions on iOS and Android did.

Thanks to Nintendo Everything for the summary.

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  1. Wow…I kinda feel bad for them 🙁 But I’m sure the fans in Japan are going to be very glad to see this!

  2. im glad there releasing this in japan. considering the fact sonic boom isn’t coming to japan, its nice to know there aren’t missing out on a sonic game.

  3. $70 dollars, eh?

    Hopefully this paves the way for Hatsune Miku DLC 😀 It’s absurd to release it in Japan without her.
    I also feel they missed a trick by only releasing it on home consoles in a predominantly handheld nation.

  4. hold on now, their releasing the game in japan at the same month Mario Kart 8 is supposed to come out?

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