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Galactic Parade is a track that appears in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed and the second track in the Rogue Cup, representing Starlight Carnival from Sonic Colors.

Description

This track takes place among an armada of colourful floats in space, more specifically at Starlight Carnival. The starting line and several parts of the track have the racers drive through some of these spaceships, which are full of alternate routes, and bridging these ships together are bridges of light that sport the occasional Egg Chaser to impede progress. These bridges are curvy and completely devoid of rails, so racers must take great care not to fall off.

From the second lap onwards, racers will drive through transformation gates that lead the track through an asteroid field, reminiscent of Asteroid Coaster.

Trivia

  • This is the only track in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed to originate from a game released during the seventh generation of consoles (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii; from 2005 and onwards) as the other tracks (excluding Race of AGES) originate from a game released before 2005.
  • The floats are based on real life constellations like Orion and Leo.
  • The track has no bars to keep the player on the track. This and the space theme make a strong resemblance to (and possibly a reference to) Rainbow Road in the Mario Kart franchise.

Gallery

Gallery

Music

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed OST Music Starlight Carnival (Galactic Parade)

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed OST Music Starlight Carnival (Galactic Parade)

The track's music is a remix of the Starlight Carnival Act 2 music with a beat. The intro music is a remix of the map theme from Starlight Carnival (minus the bells).


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