Sonic Lost World Patch Fixes Difficulty Issue

Posted by at 1:26 am on December 16, 2013

Sonic Lost World PatchSega’s recently issued a patch for the Wii U version of Sonic: Lost World, adjusts the game’s difficulty in response to player feedback and reintroducing the series-standard “100 rings = extra life” mechanic.

After applying the update, players will now receive ten lives after getting a Game Over, compared to the five lives that players started out with pre-patch. Players and fans have cited a lack of opportunities to earn extra lives as a major drawback in Sonic: Lost World, as players can easily run out of lives in the difficult later levels, leading to frequent and frustrating restarts.

The patch additionally enables analog stick and button control for some of Sonic’s Wisp powers, eliminating the need for motion controls and touch screen input.

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