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Sonic The Hedgehog: Nazo Unleashed is a 2008 platform game published by Sega, and is the only game not to be developed by Sonic Team, while BioWare took over. This game began development in 2006 after the creation of its game engine, the Hedgehog Engine. The game's existence was first brought to light when Sega trademarked it, and shortly after, images and a gameplay video were leaked in March 2008. Public anticipation for the game was high, owing to the video's demonstration of some two-dimensional gameplay, seen as a possible return to Sonic's platforming roots. Critical reception for the game was mixed, with reviewers praising certain elements, such as the sense of speed in stages and the graphics and audio that make up the environments, and criticizing others, as well as several gameplay and design concepts. Many others felt that it was not the game to reinvigorate the series. Nazo Unleashed was de-listed in 2010, following Sega's decision to remove all Sonic games with averageor lower Metacritic scores from sale in stores. The game sold 2 million copies by March 2009.