Perhaps the biggest surprise to come from recent announcements was Sega’s partnership with Nintendo that would see three Sonic games released exclusively on the Wii U. The first of those is Sonic Lost World, a new game that brings in elements of the old Sonic games mixed with new parkour style jumps and tricks. We went hands-on with the title at E3 this year.
The game plays pretty smoothly and should appeal to Sonic fans who enjoy the early Genesis games, as well as those who want something a little bit different from the blue hedgehog. Let us know what you think of the game in the comments below.
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