Once upon a time, in a galaxy not so far away, we children of the 90’s once embraced the joy of playing Sonic The Hedgehog on our Sega’s. Ever since the Nintendo company got there hands on it, a lot of improvements have been made. Those of us who have enjoyed playing it over the decades still find any reason in the world to play it. Nintendo has decided that they will extend the exclusive deal with Sonic The Hedgehog into three more games.
Nintendo has unveiled that Mario and Sonic At The Sochi 2014 Winter Games and Sonic: The Lost World, which will be released on the Wii U and 3DS. Sega confirmed that there is one more project that has not been announced at this time. All details have remained very hush hush for the time being.
A next gen Sonic The Hedgehog game had been rumored to come out in February, but that has long since been proven to not be the case. The development team has said that production on Sonic has been set to start before Sonic Generations. Sega is hoping for a 2013 release for the current systems, as well as the next generation of consoles.
The Mario and Sonic Winter Games will have such events at skiing, snowboarding, figure skating and curling. This game is set to also have dream events in the worlds of Mario and Sonic, these dream events give the players special powers and abilities to perform moves that are clearly not possible in real life. Aside from enhanced HD graphics, the game will also offer Gamepad and Wii remote support.