Cue a horde of hideous 'Sanic' fan art mash-ups made real and posted all over social media.
Aside from that it's the same Sonic in 3D formula that has been the hallmark of aggressively mediocre releases for over a decade now.
To tackle sickness while you're on your quests, the movement system is solely teleportation based so it takes a bit to get used to but at least you'll be vom free.
The expected driving and goon-punching is in there as well, but really, it’s all about the story and the solving. The sequel to 2015's wonderfully authentic Star Wars Battlefront, now complete with a proper single-player campaign. In multiplayer, Battlefront 2 spans all eras of the Star Wars saga, so everything from The Phantom Menace through to the Last Jedi, including Rogue One too.
You'll be able to mix and match heroes too, so Yoda can fight Darth Maul, for example.
The follow up to the beautiful Ghibli-style RPG from Level-5, complete with new slicker combat system.
Why it's so interesting: Level-5's original beautiful RPG was ultra easy on the eyes but not so much on the thumbs as it required a serious amount of grinding through its turn based combat encounters.