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SEGA has released a complete recording of the Team Sonic Racing stage show held at Tokyo Game Show last month. This includes a good 25 minutes of gameplay:

Super Rare Games has opened pre-orders for the physical version of Snake Pass. You can secure your copy here.

Only 4,000 units will be produced worldwide. Along with the game, copies will include interior art, a full-color artbook, exclusive sticker, and 3-card trading card pack.

As part of the latest issue of Famitsu, SEGA has released a fresh batch of screenshots from Team Sonic Racing. Included in this stack are the first glimpses provided of the kart racing title’s overworld map and in-game “cutscenes”. Check them out in the gallery below.


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It’s been a busy week for Team Sonic Racing. This week’s issue of Famitsu introduced the game’s Story Mode, and SEGA is also unveiling a new track for the game.

Market Street has been announced as the latest area where players will be able to race. We have a few screenshots showing it off below.

Team Sonic Racing will be on Switch this winter.

IGN has posted a new video for Team Sonic Racing showing off the latest build from Gamescom 2018. Check out the video below.

In this week’s issue of Famitsu, Team Sonic Racing has a two-page article. The main highlight is the reveal of first Story Mode details, including a look at new character Dodonpa. Producer Takashi Iizuka also provides some insight.

Here’s the full translation:

Snake Pass is the latest Switch game announced to be receiving the physical treatment. Sumo Digital just shared the news on Twitter.

Sumo is teaming up with Super Rare Games on the physical version. Further information will be shared in the future.


Three more characters have been revealed for Team Sonic Racing. Silver the Hedgehog, Blaze the Cat, and Vector will be playable in Sumo Digital’s racer.

This appears to be the next team for the game. Other confirmed teams include:

SEGA has released the first video in a series of new Team Sonic Racing spotlight gameplay videos that showcases some of the elements included in the racer. Sonic and other characters can use unique team-based moves to race past rival teams.

Here’s a rundown of moves:

During a panel at San Diego Comic-Con, SEGA showed off a new video for Team Sonic Racing. It gives us a look at a new track, featuring Big the Cat.

Here’s the off-screen recording: