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Sega is putting all of its chips on the table with Sonic Frontiers

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Back in May, I wrote about how Sonic Frontiers miraculously avoided the controversial Sonic Cycle by keeping updates dry between its first teaser trailer and its official announcement trailer at The Game Awards last year.

Now the game is less than two months away from release, and with the reveal of four more trailers, two alternative rock songs taking us back to 2007 (Vandalize by One OK Rock and I’m Here by To Octavia’s Merry Kirk-Holmes), and Super Sonic making his triumphant return at the Tokyo Game Show, Sega seems confident that it will be a big deal for the franchise.

Hell, I’m feeling more confident about this game than I ever felt for some of its predecessors. And that’s saying something.

In fact, Sega is so sure about Sonic Frontiers that it’s pricing the game at $60 — or in the case of the Digital Deluxe Edition, $70 — and putting it in direct competition with God of War: Ragnarok and Pokemon Scarlet and Violet in November.

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