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Submitted by gamer42 606d ago | news

Sonic Lost World Will Dash Away With Plenty of Memory on Wii U and 3DS

nintendolife:

With Sonic Lost World now powering up a spin dash for its October release on the Wii U and 3DS, those most interested in a purchase have the usual choice of sticking with a retail disc — old skool — or opting for an eShop download instead. Those considering the eShop route may want to know that it's a fairly meaty download on both systems, particularly on the Wii U. (3DS, Sonic: Lost World, Wii U)

Gamingsince75   606d ago | Spam
TekoIie  +   606d ago
Holy crap! Didnt think the 3DS version would take up nearly as much as Pokemon. I hope this means its a big game :D
Neonridr  +   606d ago
Well AC3 I purchased digitally, then realized that I had to wait while it downloaded 17GB worth of data.. :P
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lilbroRx  +   606d ago
Why was Gamingsince75's post labeled spam?

Though, you have to love those high quality, unpadded textures. This is what next gen is suppose to look like. Clean, high resolution textures with reasonable file sizes.
TekoIie  +   606d ago
There was a very long argument as to whether Sonic: Lost world does take up a meaty amount of memory.
OldGirl   606d ago | Off topic | show

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