The official soundtrack from the Sonic 30th Anniversary Symphony is now officially available for Apple Music and iTunes users. This is rather noteworthy news because the symphony, to be blunt, was pretty damn awesome and is easily one of my personal favorite live stream experiences.
There are 25 songs for fans to listen to, totaling 1 hour and 46 minutes. From the incredible Tomoya Ohtani to the nostalgic Crush 40, each of these tracks hit hard.
If you’ve missed it, check out our review of the recently released Sonic Colors Ultimate.
Sonic Colors Ultimate is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
This title is a remaster of its original release on Nintendo Wii, and it utilizes the Wisps and Boost system for on-the-fly decision-making for speedy platforming. In addition to higher performance and fidelity, a skin of movie Sonic is available for pre-orders of the digital deluxe edition.
Sonic Colors was a 2010 video game that served to quite literally boost interest back into the Sonic franchise thanks to its more light-hearted tone from previous titles and dedication to speed. Since its initial release, the title has received much critique, but it still has its fair share of fans.
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