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Submitted by Phil32 508d ago | review

Sonic: Lost World (Wii U) Review | Parkour Sonic Can't Lose | SuperPhillip Central

"Sonic's transition into 3D hasn't been anywhere near as smooth as his former rival Mario's. That's understandable, as taking the speed and platforming of the series and putting it in a three-dimensional space is rather challenging. However, Sonic Team's past two console iterations of the Blue Blur have been nothing short of wonderful, Sonic Colors and Sonic Generations. Sonic Team hopes to go for the hat trick with Sonic: Lost World for the Wii U. For every two things the game gets right, there's one annoying issue that prevents Sonic: Lost World from truly being great and of the same caliber of its past two predecessors." (Sonic: Lost World, Wii U) 7.25/10

DirtyPimp  +   508d ago
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