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Sonic Rivals 2 Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:Sonic and seven of his friends are back for more high-speed races and high-flying antics. Take on environments filled with gold rings, plenty of obstacles to overcome, and power-ups like mines you can drop behind you and magnets which circle around you and pull rings to you. Choose from Sonic, Tails, Shadow, Knuckles, Silver, and Metal Sonic, as well as two others, as you face off in head-to-head and group races. Each character has different strengths as well as special signature moves, including a massive speed boost ending with a powerful attack, a quick flight to avoid hazards or take different routes, or sending your closest opponents into slow motion.
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