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Sonic Generations planned for 3DS

02 Jun 11

Sonic Generations will be released for the Nintendo 3DS portable game device in November.



The specifically designed Nintendo 3DS environments, based on iconic levels from popular Sonic the Hedgehog titles, will include an exclusive unlockable ‘special stage’. Sonic Generations for 3DS will take advantage of the StreetPass feature by enabling players to collect new content and unlock bonus material each time they pass another player. In addition, the new two-player versus mode means fans can battle it out across some of the most recognisable Sonic environments in a completely new way.





Sonic Generations for Nintendo 3DS follows the same storyline as the previously announced platforms, with Sonic and his friends pulled back through time due to a mysterious new power causing chaos throughout the universe by creating strange time holes. Sonic Generations will also be available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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