Sega has released a brand new trailer for the upcoming Sonic Lost World that focuses on the bad bosses in the game. They’re known as “The Deadly Six,” and they each sport a silly voice, crazy design and, we hope, challenging battle.
I know it’s been mentioned around the Internet a bunch before, but I want to echo the sentiment once again: these villains totally remind me of the Monstars from Space Jam.
Our own Ron Duwell had a chance to preview Sonic Lost World at the Tokyo Game Show last week. Unfortunately, he wasn’t too impressed with the title. I personally had a few minutes with it at E3, and I’ll say, in spite of Ron’s preview, that I’m still looking forward to the game.
Sonic Lost World will release for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS on October 22nd, 2013. The Nintendo 3DS version of the game, while packing 3D levels, is still different from the Wii U iteration.
We’ll have more on this one as it comes. While you wait, here’s a gallery of images for the both versions of the game.
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