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Sonic Unleashed Wii screens: Like regular Sonic screens, but for Wii

Sep 06 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

We've seen plenty of gorgeous looking PS3 and Xbox 360 screens for Sonic Unleashed, but how is the Wii version looking? Worry not, the millions of you who are frantically pacing around the room, worrying about this tense subject, for we have a gallery of screens to set your nervous minds at rest.

The graphics are how you'd expect them to be -- they mimic the style of previous screens, and are just as colorful, but are a Hell of a lot more jaggy. The 360/PS3 screens look rather gorgeous -- these ones, not so much. 

Ah well, most people have doomed this game to failure before it's even come out anyway, so I don't suppose it matters much. I still don't think the Werehog stuff is all that bad, you know. Since Sonic's 3D games have never handled the speed thing too well, I have a feeling that the action/platform elements of the Werehog stuff will probably prove to Unleashed's most successful element.

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