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A new trailer for Sonic’s upcoming adventure Sonic Lost World was featured in this afternoon’s Nintendo Direct and if you missed it and don’t fancy watching it, we have the trailer for you above to catch up on. Those of you who have been keeping up with the news thus far will find nothing new outside of some new gameplay footage, but fans of SEGA’s occasional cheesey marketing humour will definitely enjoy the video.
Sonic Lost World will be released on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS in Europe October 18th, in Australia October 19th and in the US October 29th.
Source: Nintendo UK YouTube Channel
*Walks in and takes a bow*
Todays Nintendo Direct just finished and it contained one or two suprises for fans of Sonic Lost World. The first big suprise was a look at the Wii U version of the game which also included a cut scene from the game showing the Deadly Six turning against Eggman and… well… I won’t spoil it for you. As well as some new segments of gameplay.
In addition to this, the 3DS version was also shown and more insight was given on how the two games will link up. Tails can created ‘toys’ which can be sent to the Wii U version of the game. The second player can then use them to help the player controlling Sonic on his way. In the example shown, an RC Helicopter was used to collect rings.
Thanks to Autosaver for handing me the vids.
Woah nelly, Sonic fans were in for a freaking treat this morning!
First up, as you may recall, the name Sonic Lost World was trademarked by SEGA yesterday, prompting a large amount of buzz within the community as a reveal seemed to be right around the corner. This morning, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata unexpectedly began today’s scheduled Nintendo Direct with news pertaining to Sonic the Hedgehog.
Sonic Lost World has been officially unveiled by Ninty’s bossman, with Iwata confirming that it will be exclusive to both Wii U and 3DS consoles. More details to the game will come before E3.
Forest world, jungle world, ice world, desert world, volcano world, water world… Oh this looks gorgeous!
But this wasn’t the only new Sonic game to be revealed! Before Lost World was showcased, Iwata gave a presentation concerning Mario & Sonic at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games, tying in with the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Screenshots of the Wii U game are available after the jump!
Today, Nintendo of America revealed the first gameplay footage of the Nintendo 3DS version of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed …and it’s looking pretty good. The tracks shown look identical to their console counterparts, which is a big step-up to how the Nintendo DS version of the first game compared to the console version. It looks like Sumo Digital is really taking advantage of the extra power of the Nintendo 3DS. You can check out the gameplay footage in the video above.