Despite SEGA’s new-found affiliation with PC, publishing the likes of the Total War series and Company of Heroes, much of its back catalogue still remains untouched on PC. This is all set to change in the near future, as SEGA has announced the previously Nintendo-exclusive Sonic Lost World will be coming to PC.
Sonic Lost World is heading PC-wards on November 2nd so there isn’t long to wait. It comes with gamepad support and all the usual Steam gubbins like achievements, leaderboards and cloud saves, as well as support for higher resolutions. It’ll be priced £19.99/$24.99/€22.99. That’s just the beginning though, with SEGA looking to bring over more of its back catalogue to PC soon, which could include the likes of Bayonetta, Vanquish, Skies of Arcadia and Yakuza, amongst others. [More]