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Submitted by tiffac008 848d ago | review

Joystiq: Sonic Lost World Review - Spin cycle (Wii U)

Danny Cowan of Joystiq writes: The Sonic series is built on a foundation of speedy precision platforming. Given that pacing is so crucial to Sonic games, any interruption or poorly considered mechanic has an amplified negative impact that detracts from the overall experience. (Sonic: Lost World, Wii U) 2.5/5

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