Sonic: Lost World delayed to Oct. 29, Mario & Sonic at the 2014 Winter Olympics hits Nov. 8

Sonic: Lost World will be available Oct. 29 on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, one week later than its originally announced release date, according to the extended version of a trailer released today.

The extended cut of the "Deadly Six" trailer, which you can watch above, lists the release date as Oct. 29. Sega and Nintendo previously said the game would be available Oct. 22, but a Sega representative confirmed the one-week delay in an email to Polygon.

Sonic: Lost World is exclusive to Wii U and 3DS, as part of a partnership between Nintendo and Sega for the Sonic franchise. For more details on the upcoming platformer, check out our new preview and interview on how the game's developers are paying homage to Sonic's past while overhauling the games for the future.

In addition, CVG reports that Nintendo confirmed in a Wii U eShop notification yesterday that Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games will be released Nov. 8 in the eShop in North America. You can read our E3 preview for more details on the minigame collection.

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