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Sonic Frontiers players can't stop drawing penises

Sonic Frontiers players can't stop drawing penises

Sonic fans have been using the new Cyloop ability to draw phallic doodles in-game, because of course they have.

The blue blur is back - Sonic Frontiers is out now. And, to relief of fast hedgehog fans everywhere, it’s actually quite good - over on Metacritic, the PS5 version of the game has a very decent critic score of 72. Sure, it’s no God of War Ragnarök, but it’s certainly not a Sonic 06 either. ...The bar for a good 3D Sonic game was rather low, huh?

In his review, GAMINGbible’s Ewan Moore gave the new ‘open-zone’ game a 7/10 in his review, and praised it as “the best 3D Sonic game in years”. He wrote: “It’s bigger, faster, smarter, and I absolutely cannot fault its ambition. Unfortunately, it’s constantly derailed by the exact same things that have been holding back Sonic games for the last few decades. With a little more polish, I truly believe Sonic Frontiers could have been one of the greats.”

Take a look at the trailer for Sonic Frontiers right here.

However, there’s one key thing that Ewan neglected to mention in his review, and that’s that Sonic now has the ability to draw penises in the game and get rewarded for it. Because of course he does.

In Frontiers, Sonic has a new ability called Cyloop, which allows him to leave a trail of light behind him and, in theory, draw circles around certain objects and enemies in the middle of combat. Since players aren’t strictly limited to drawing circles, they naturally did what any mature person would do, and began drawing cartoon d*cks. Take a look at some “art” below.

Some players have already evolved past penis art, however, and have begun drawing Among Us characters instead, which is wholly unsurprising given the memes (but actually pretty impressive when you consider the precision required to pull it off).

There’s no doubt that some fans are going to refine their Sonic art skills further, so we’ll just have to see what they come up with. That thought is slightly concerning, actually.

Featured Image Credit: SEGA, TV Tokyo/TMS Entertainment

Topics: Sonic, Sega