Sonic and SEGA All Stars Racing Trophy Guide

Sonic and SEGA All Stars Racing Trophy Guide

Sonic and SEGA All Stars Racing Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A kart racing game featuring characters from the SEGA Superstars. The offline trophies are doable for any average player, though the online are challenging without boosting.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing ** 50 Sumo Digital U.K. 35 13 1 4 0

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing is a kart racing game featuring characters from the SEGA Superstars, including from Sonic, Crazy Taxi, Virtua Fighter, and Alex Kidd titles.

Players can select between car, bike, or hovercraft vehicles as well as from a variety of characters, to race across various terrains. Power-ups can be collected to either boost the player's speed, or hinder their opponents. Up to four players can play in split-screen, and eight players online.

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing received positive reviews, with an average score of 79%, praised for its controls, track design, natural drifting mechanics, and overall fun.

This is a high 2-star rating, mainly due to the 4 online trophies. One of which requires a "friend" to own the game, whom you can invite and play together. The other requires you to lap another online player, which can be difficult without boosting. However, with the exception of getting AAA ratings in the Mission mode, many of the offline trophies aren't too difficult, and can be earned while playing on the easy mode.

Overall, expect roughly 20-25 hours of gameplay for the Platinum.

First, you can knock out the Rolling Start trophy by completing the test drive.

After that, you can start on the Grand Prix Championships. There are no trophies related to the difficulty mode, so if you wish, feel free to select Beginner difficulty. Your goal is to complete the championships while coming in first place each time. This will not only net you the To Be This Good Takes Ages trophy, but several others along the way.

Next, start on the Mission Mode. Here, you'll need to get an AAA rating in all 64 missions. Some of these missions can be a bit tricky at times, but with patience and a constantly improving skill, you shouldn't have too much problem.

Then, it's time for the Time Trials. Hopefully, after completing the Grand Prix Championships and Missions, you should have enough SEGA miles to unlock all the tracks. If not, simply play some single races until you do. Then race the staff ghosts in each track to unlock the Time Trial trophies.

There are 4 online trophies to unlock, as well. You'll need to win an online race for Racing Hero, and collectively take down opponents 100 times for the Death Adder trophy. For the Dreamarena trophy, you'll need someone in your friend's list to invite or join to play with, which means either start making friends while playing online, or check out one of the boosting forums under our Links tab. Also, the Outrunner trophy is quite difficult without boosting, which involves completely lapping another player. Of course, this is still possible doing it legitimately, if your skills are up to par and one of the online players is having problems with their controller.

Once you have the four online trophies unlocked, simply mop-up anything you're still missing.