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Sega Wants Sonic Frontiers To Receive High Review Scores

Sega is aiming for the stars with Sonic Frontiers as the company wants the game to receive a standing reception from critics.

In a recent question and answer session with investors (translated by VGC), Sega CEO Haruki Satomi and CFO Koichi Fukazawa were asked about quality metrics for Sonic Frontiers, as well as potential review scores.

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“We have set internal targets, as the correlation between scores from external testing organizations and sales is high in Europe and North America,” Sega explained.

“If the game scores high, it can become a must-buy game and possibly synergize with sales, so we are currently working hard to improve the quality of the game towards its sales for the holiday season.”

Earlier this year, Sega revealed that Sonic Frontiers was supposed to release in 2021. However, it was pushed back to improve the quality of the game. Also, the first Sonic movie was a success, so Sega wants to take advantage of its positive reception to ensure that Sonic Frontiers is a critical and commercial success as well.

The film’s sequel, Sonic 2, is the highest-grossing video game movie in the United States, so it makes sense that Sega would take its time trying to make Sonic Frontiers the best it can be.

Sonic Frontiers is expected to launch this year for Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

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