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Lost World highlights the efforts of Sonic the Hedgehog, an alien race that seeks out the Lost Hex to drain the world of its energy. Sonic and his long-time sidekick Legs have to team up with Doc Eggman in an attempt to stop the Deadly Six. This causes conflicts between the three sides. While the gameplay is similar to the Sonic series in many ways, it adds Parkour mechanics to the game and features a cylindrical level design with an emphasis on alternate paths. The Wisp creatures from Sound Colors serve as power-ups.
Sonic Lost World, a platform game that combines action-adventure elements with platform gameplay, lets the player control Sonic the Hedgehog. He travels through the Lost Hex rescuing animals and stopping the Deadly Six. The 3DS version also has this feature.
Sonic and Tails follow Doctor Eggman as he captures several of their animal pals with the intent to use them for powering his robot army. Two men try to retrieve a fallen capsule full of animals. Eggman shoots Tails’ plane. They discover a world in space called the Lost Hex. They discover that Eggman has called in the help of a group from the world’s Zeti, collectively known as the Deadly Six. The conch is used to keep them at his command. Sonic rushes in and kicks the conch, and Eggman is taken hostage by the Deadly Six. They then plan to use Eggman’s machines as a means to siphon energy from Sonic’s world below. This will allow them to take all the life force of Sonic’s world until it is gone and use it for their own power. Sonic reluctantly agrees that Eggman needs his help to stop this machine. But, this does seem to cause distrust between Tails and Sonic.
Sonic Lost World 3DS Rom is a game that has moments of excellence. But these glimpses are overwhelmed by mediocre stages and poorly designed stages. Dimps has tangled Sonic’s red boots, making him stumble and fall when he tries to incorporate 3D environments from the Wii U game. Although dedicated franchise fans may find some enjoyment in this game, most will not.