At this point, I have no idea what’s going on with Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed’s release date on consoles.
Amazon pushed the game back to December 11 on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U – that’s the same date as the 3DS and Vita versions. But Sumo Digital, Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed’s developer, said this was just an error on the retailer’s part.
Now SEGA’s customer support is offering up a contradicting message, suggesting that the title really has been delayed.
A message sent to us from reader Lars Havnes reads:
“It was not a screwup on Amazon’s part. As much as we want to release the game, we also want to ensure that it is not rushed and is released in the best possible state. While waiting for an extra month seems unfair, it is only being done in the best interest of those who are purchasing the game.”
And so we’re back to ground zero. Care to clarify the situation for us, SEGA?