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Sonic Free Riders Pricing Detailed, New Box Art Released

Sega has unveiled the final box art and suggested retail pricing for its Kinect-exclusive Sonic Free Riders action racing game.

Sonic Free Riders is the third game in the Riders franchise and offers an extreme fast-paced boarding game, developed to take full advantage of Kinect’s unique control opportunities. For the first time ever in a Sega game, full-motion body control will allow players race through a range of visually stunning courses in an action-packed Sonic experience unlike any other. Kinect’s unique motion sensor means Sonic Free Riders will see family and friends controlling their favorite Sonic characters and their fully customizable hover boards or bikes by twisting, turning and jumping in an exhilarating race to be the first to cross the finish line. Players can reach out and grab a variety of pickups along the course, and by throwing, shaking, or swinging their arms to launch their items; they can gain the competitive edge over their rivals in high octane single or multiplayer races.

Sonic Free Riders is scheduled for release this holiday season for Kinect on Xbox 360 for $49.99.

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Comment by Swedish Pete on 2010-09-01 20:37:18 | Reply

Why is Sonic always angry? What’s up with that, really? Fellow Xboxians - find me an official Sega picture of him not frowning. I dare you!

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