We know many of you are looking forward to Sonic and the Secret Rings, and remain curious as to how it plays, so here's a video to give you some idea.
As you'll see, it's bloody fast - like Sonic games should be. And that pace rarely lets up. You will also see some of the cool puzzles in the game, like the use of a slow-motion power-up that allows Sonic to zip past the blades of a giant spinning fan.
CVG remains hopeful that the overly twitchy controls we spoke of in our hands-on preview will be tweaked for the final product, which is due for release in March.
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