Submitted by TheGenkz 625d ago | news

'Sonic Lost World' Wii U and 3DS Demo Now Available in North America

8CN: Demos for Sonic Lost World on the Wii U and 3DS are available now in the North American eShop. (3DS, Sonic: Lost World, Wii U)

darthv72  +   625d ago
NICE! I can try before i buy. gotta love demos.
linkenski  +   625d ago
What about europe.......?
bobsmith  +   625d ago
europe got it like 5 weeks ago I thought
Misaka_x_Touma  +   625d ago
that was Japan
GoPanthers999  +   625d ago
SonyNGP  +   625d ago
Been waiting for this to show up.
WeAreLegion  +   625d ago
Fun, but broken in parts. :/ Definitely not as good as Sonic Generations.
bobsmith  +   625d ago
Can only play it 10 times omg
deafdani  +   625d ago
10 times should be enough to form an opinion of the game and decide whether you want the full version or not.

That being said, having a usage limit is retarded, but still not a big issue for me.

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