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Submitted by s10imin 259d ago | review

Sonic Lost World | HDD Review

Nintendo has very proudly delivered at least one third party exclusive for the Wii U recently, and it comes from ex-rival Sega in the form of a new Sonic game, 'Sonic Lost World.' Once more the Sonic Team attempts to deliver a winner that takes features Sonic in a 3D, but this time around the influences of another classic mascot seems at the forefront. Fans should seek out this game for its intermittent success and, more importantly, with great anticipation for potential sequels. More time and refinement could see this new vision as a great platformer, not just a great start. (Sonic: Lost World, Wii U) 3.5/5

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