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Truth be told there's no shortage of simply passable or even forgettable Sonic games released over the years. But 2017 is looking to go back to the good stuff with two releases capturing the best of both the 2D and 3D versions of the character. Sonic Mania, a new 2D Sonic game, offers up 16-bit visuals and classic locations in new (albeit) nostalgia-filled levels. And Sonic Forces looks to capture the look and feel of the Sega Dreamcast era of the blue hedgehog with fast, forward momentum.

Here's Sonic Mania in action.



And here's Sonic Forces.



Both titles will be available for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC with Mania due this Winter and Forces sometime 'Holiday 2017'.



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