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Submitted by tiffac008 682d ago | review

Joystiq: Sonic Lost World Review - An unfortunate discovery (3DS)

Thomas Schulenberg of Joystiq writes: Anticipating a Sonic game is like playing an inverted version of Russian Roulette. The encouraging trailer serves as the single vacant chamber, while the memories of Sonic's most disappointing outings haunt those that remain. 2010's Sonic Colors was a surprise victory, managing to marry some enjoyable new mechanics with Sonic's speedy heritage. (3DS, Sonic: Lost World) 2.5/5

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