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[Update: Nintendo-Exclusive Game Revealed] Sega Heralds 2014 the "Year of Sonic"

Posted on Thursday, February 6 @ 12:10:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

[Update 2] Sega has officially unveiled Sonic Boom for 3DS and Wii U. Check out the debut trailer above.

[Update 1] A brand-new Sonic game has been prematurely outed. It's called Sonic Boom, features slightly redesigned character models (pictured above), and will be coming exclusively to 3DS and Wii U. Expect a formal announcement from Sega very soon.

You can see the announcement trailer right here.

[Via NeoGAF]

[Original] This year will reportedly "mark a renaissance for Sonic the Hedgehog." In fact, according to a piece of alleged promotional material (via NeoGAF), Sega is going so far as to label 2014 the "Year of Sonic."

It's funny to see Sega take a page out of Nintendo's book after the Big N made 2013 all about Luigi with middling results.

Wii U owners are still patiently waiting for another exclusive Sonic game as part of Nintendo's three-game partnership with Sega. Might this "renaissance" involve this new exclusive? Here's to hoping. After all, last year's efforts weren't particularly great.
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