In lands uncharted, vast and wild,
Sonic Frontiers calls, spirit untamed, unfiled.
Speed incarnate, lit as the sky,
Sonic races, leaps, spins high.
Through zones unknown, with emerald's shine,
Each leap, each dash, in perfect line.
Monstrous foes and puzzles keen,
In his speed, his courage seen.
With rings of gold, his path alight,
Against the dark, he's the ball of knight.
Open world, a canvas wide,
For the blue blur, where adventure's tried.
So let the song of Frontiers ring,
Where Sonic soars, with untamed wing.
In lands unknown, he finds his fate,
In speed's own tale, forever great.
The Angry Troll
Sonic Frontiers? Oh joy, another round of Blue Blur Blunders in High-Def Misery. It's like they mashed a hedgehog with an open-world game and expected gold. Spoiler: they got brass. You'd think with all that speed, Sonic could outrun his own mediocrity. The world's so empty, I half-expected a tumbleweed to roll by. And the combat? I've had more thrilling battles with my toaster. The storyline's so thin, it makes rice paper look thick. If plot holes were rings, we'd never run out. Let's just say if I wanted to watch something fast and pointless, I'd just stare at a ceiling fan. Sonic, old pal, maybe it's time to just... slow down.