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Sonic Lost World is a game in the (Main) Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, exclusive to the Wii U and 3DS (which are quite different games on each system).

Sonic ends up landing on the artificial-looking planetoid Lost Hex after an unsuccesful dogfight with Dr. Robotnik. There, he encounters a group of six hooligans called the Deadly Six, hired by Dr. Robotnik. When Sonic accidentally removes the Cacophonic Conch from Robotnik's control, the Deadly Six turn against Eggman and he is forced to work together with Sonic.

The game features a simplified art style, great enemy variety, and Super Mario Galaxy-esque level design, as well as the new Parkour moves for Sonic. However, the game was scathed for the childish story, tepid controls, and lack of playable characters others than Sonic, and ended up bombing.

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Waldorf: So there you have it, Sonic Lost World, a game that should really stay lost.
Statler: I've lost my mind because of this game. It just lost me!
Waldorf: Have Sonic Team finally lost it?
Statler: I dunno... what in the world is this game?