Sonic Lost World Spin Dashes onto Steam

By Jorge Ba-oh 06.10.2015 5

Sonic Lost World Spin Dashes onto Steam on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

It's a double helping of Sonic with the once-Nintendo exclusive Sonic Lost World heading to PC.

Spotted on the Steam catalogue today, the game will be released on the 2nd of November 2015 for £20, bringing with it some improvements: 60fps gameplay, full pc and keyboard support, plus full steam functionality.

Those who pre-order the game will also get a free copy of Sonic & Allstars Racing Transformed for an extra helping of Sega's iconic blue hedgehog.

Pre-order Sonic Lost World on PC

Will you grab Sonic's latest adventure on Steam?

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Rated $score out of 10  7/10 (4 Votes)

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Well, scratch one more 3rd party Nintendo "exclusive". This is like a tradition now... *sigh*

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I know this game was part of an ongoing deal between Nintendo and Sega, I'd like to know what the initial terms of the deal were, like was it only a timed exclusive right off the bat then?

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It's an exclusive still. Usually exclusive means in terms of consoles. PC doesn't really count from what I gather. I see so many "exclusive" games on consoles that also come out on PC.

It's still only on Wi U for consoles.

Well, maybe it was a timed exclusive. It's had two years on the Wii U - perhaps that's how long the deal was for. Even though it sounded like the game sold well enough, considering the console's sales, doesn't surprise me to see it now release on another platform. It's probably selling next to nothing at this point, so it's the best thing to do to release on another format. What's the point in staying exclusive on a near-dead system? Now more people get to play it.

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I do remember how back in the day Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg got released onto PCs in the end. That version was shit though because of some many bugs. The Gamecube one remains the one to go.

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