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Sonic Lost World Zelda Mashup

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How do you make an average game great? Plug it full of references to legendary games.

That's the approach that SEGA are taking with the solid-yet-simple Sonic Lost World, having already offered players of the Wii U platformer a chance to zip around Yoshi's Island in a peach of a DLC.

In a new free downloadable offering, Sonic befriends another of Nintendo's biggest heroes for The Legend of Zelda Zone. In this Hyrule-themed world, Sonic gets a chance to slow down the pace of his Lost World exploits and embark on some dungeon exploring. There's even a cameo from Link.

A cheap crossover or a masterful blend of genres? Watch the trailer and give us your thoughts.



(Via: IGN)

(Images: YouTube)

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