Summary: After beating the game I felt ripped off :I like I know you get what you paid for but my god this game has no replay value worth keeping it... I sold it not long ago for $20 after buying it used for $42 which I regret cause with that money I could have bought something else X.x anyway it's a good game and it's worth a rent but I would not say it's worth buying and the DLC does not help =/ hopefully sonic boom will be more fun and have at least some replay value :O
Summary: Bought it a couple of weeks ago... trading it in today.... Nowhere near as good as it should be...Nintendo desrves better than this... Though the graphics are great and the gameplay seems fine at first, you soon come to realize the atrocious level desing is what holds this baby back... a shame, really... The game had a lot of potential.
Summary: The game is so close to being good, but falls just too short. The boss battles are awful, the level design is uninspired most of the time, and the forced extra features like collecting animals in carnival side stages to unlock new levels makes the game a slog. Perhaps the biggest mark against the game is how it handles, in both 2D and 3D.
Summary: After reading many positive previews of this game, I decided to ignore the negative reviews dished out by the gaming press and give it a try ... I wish I hadn't. I loved Sonic Generations and coming off the back of that game, Lost World is a massive let down. Generations had its flaws, but it was a competent platformer that offered up a hearty slice of nostalgia in its 2D stages along with perhaps the best take on 3D Sonic yet. Lost World gets it all wrong.
Summary: This game tries to be Mario Galaxy, but fails. It has cheap enemies, a camera that flies around so much you will feel sick, it also has poor controls. Save your money for Mario 3D Worlds, this game looked great in previews, sadly it's another bad Sonic game. If you don't believe me then look on Metacritic, it's getting very bad reviews across the board.
Summary: S'il y a bien des jeux qui se révèlent navrant à cause de défauts trop prononcés, ce Sonic Lost World Wii U en fait parti. A part les cinématiques, ce n'est pas graphiquement que le jeu séduit. C'est coloré certes mais c'est vide trop vide, le design des ennemis ne ressemble à rien et le level design de certains niveaux est réellement déroutant.