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Sonic Lost World features new gameplay and characters

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Motoko.    435

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Sega says it will exclusively release the next three games starring the popular blue critter on Nintendo platforms. The first title will be called "Sonic Lost World" and is set for release on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS later this year.

"With 'Sonic Lost World,' we're going to introduce new gameplay and enemies, which is always fun," said John Cheng, president and chief financial officer of Sega of America Inc. "In terms of Sonic and his friends, he'll have his same friends there, and I think there'll be some new ones as well. It's not a reiteration. It's going to be all new."

The original fast-paced side-scrolling "Sonic the Hedgehog" debuted in 1991. The twirling, ring-hoarding hedgehog became Sega's mascot and a video-game icon rivaling the likes of Mario and Pac-Man.

Read more at Yahoo News

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Blackhearted    512

I hope they don't deviate too far from how sonic colors and generations played and end up making another bad sonic game.

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virtorio    2,053

Who needs EA when you've got Sonic the Hedgehog?

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Motoko.    435

This game has Mario and Sonic facing the a common enemy

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redfish    386

This game has Mario and Sonic facing a common enemy

Global warming !

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Motoko.    435

Global warming !

I was going to say good games but I like Sonic.

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