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Check Out Sonic's New Moves In The Debut Trailer For Lost World

Posted on Tuesday, May 28 @ 11:06:00 PST by Alex_Osborn


Not too long ago, Nintendo announced that the company would be partnering with Sega to bring a handful of Sonic-themed titles exclusively to the Big N's platforms. The first piece of fruit from this partnership is coming in the form of Sonic: Lost World, which will appear on both the 3DS and Wii U later this year.

After teasing fans with a bunch of character silhouettes, Sega has finally released the first official trailer for the game, which sports an eclectic cast of foes, and a vibrant and very Sonic-esque (go figure) visual style.

What do you think of Sonic: Lost World so far? I know it's hard to judge a game by a stylized trailer, but do your best in the comments below.
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