Sonic in Roulette Road
Roulette Road is a racetrack that appears in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, representing the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is one of three tracks in the game that are based on Casino Park, and is the third course of the Chao Cup.
It returns in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, as the third track of the Classic Cup.
In Transformed, the music that is reused is Casino Park's music from Sonic Heroes.
The green portion of the track is riddled with chips that fall upon racers, harming them, but their shadows are telltale, appearing before they land. This allows the player to either dodge out of the way (hardly ideal) or to release a drift in the form of a boost that can knock through the pieces without taking any damage. A third option is to fire a projectile weapon, which will safely eliminate the piece so that the player can continue driving or drifting without the need to alter his/her course.
When choosing where to go at the fork in the path that follows not long after the falling chips, it can be difficult to tell just which way to go. Most of the time, the player should steer clear of your opponents and take the opposite path that the bulk of them do, but if they're not handy for guidance, the left path is much easier, particularly with drifting and boosting. The split in the road can serve as a great chance to catch up to race leaders if a racer has fallen behind...just in time for the finish line.
In Transformed, the falling chips are not included, but there are stacks of chips included in the curvy section of the track.
|Dragon Cup||Ocean View + Samba Studios + Carrier Zone + Dragon Canyon|
|Rogue Cup||Temple Trouble + Galactic Parade + Seasonal Shrines + Rogues' Landing|
|Emerald Cup||Dream Valley + Chilly Castle + Graffiti City + Sanctuary Falls|
|Arcade Cup||Graveyard Gig + Adder's Lair + Burning Depths + Race of Ages|
|Classic Cup||Sunshine Tour + Shibuya Downtown + Roulette Road + Egg Hangar|
|Bonus Edition||OutRun Bay|