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Briefly: Sonic Racing coming to Mac, Gustav Line expansion

updated 03:59 pm EDT, Wed April 3, 2013

Sonic Racing for Mac to release tomorrow

Feral Interactive has announced that Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing will be released in the Mac App Store on April 4. Starring classing characters from Sonic the Hedgehog and other SEGA favorites, the racing game allows players to race across tracks inspired by SEGA's most popular game worlds. Full support will be included for Apple's Game Center, allowing up to four players to compete online. Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing will retail for $25 and is the first Sonic game to to be published on the Mac, with the second, SEGA Superstars Tennis, to follow this year.

Combat Mission Fortress Italy expansion nearing completion

Gustav Line, the first expansion for Combat Mission Fortress Italy, is nearing release and can now be preordered online. Expected to be available in the next 4 to 6 weeks, Gustav Line depicts the desperate battle for the Italian mainland, revolving around Salerno, Anzio, and Monte Cassino, and culminating in the capture of Rome on June 4, 1944. The expansion includes various new units, campaigns, maps and scenarios, as well as several brand new features, such as AA Guns, Seasons, and a new "Movie lighting" shader mode.




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