Sonic Free Riders Previews - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Racing
  • Developer: SEGA
  • Release Date:Nov 4, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Cartoon Violence)
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Game Description: For the first time ever in a SEGA game, full-motion body control will allow you to twist and turn your way through a range of visually stunning courses in an action-packed Sonic experience unlike any other!
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Sonic Free Riders Previews

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    E3 2010 Preview: Sonic Free Riders

    Free Ride. Take it Sonic. Check out our E3 2010 preview of Sonic Free Riders.

    Posted: Jun 23, 2010

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    E3 2010: Sonic Free Riders Interview

    Marcella Churchill, Sr. Brand Manager at SEGA, tells us about Sonic Free Riders, a Kinect launch title that has players riding in different races with characters from the Sonic universe.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010 | 3,008 Views | 01:36

  • How To Play Sonic Free Riders On Kinect

    Posted: November 8, 2010

    4,977 Views | 04:48

  • Feedback -- Kinect Edition

    Posted: November 3, 2010

    32,878 Views | 42:38

  • Sonic Free Riders Multiplayer Trailer

    Posted: November 3, 2010

    4,419 Views | 01:06

  • Sonic Free Riders Weapons Trailer

    Posted: October 28, 2010

    2,679 Views | 01:06

  • Sonic Free Riders Introduction Trailer

    Posted: October 20, 2010

    2,747 Views | 01:13


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