|Final Color Blaster|
Sonic using the Final Color Blaster with the Wisps in the Wii version
A large, multicolored Homing Attack powered by Hyper-go-on energy
This move can only be activated once Sonic collects the Cyan, Yellow, Pink, Orange, Blue, Green, and Purple Wisps (Wii) or Cyan, Yellow, Orange, Red, and Violet Wisps (DS) and calls upon their help, forming the Final Color Blaster. Once the move is activated, the Wisps fly ahead of Sonic, rotating in a circle in front of Eggman and waiting for Sonic, so they can deliver one final blow to Dr. Eggman.
In the Wii version of Sonic Colors, Sonic uses a Homing Attack, combined with the special abilities of the other Wisps, and hits the cockpit in a final, powerful attack, which destroys the Egg Nega Wisp and sends Eggman flying. Fireworks shaped as Eggman's logo will then fly out in space. In the DS version, the Wisps combine with Sonic to increase his boost power enough so he can counter the giant laser Eggman fires at him and rip through the machine, destroying it while Eggman flies away. If the Wisp Bar empties before the player can deliver a final blow, then the player must start over.
- It is argued whether Sonic uses the Wisps' Hyper-go-on energy directly or if they attack individually and Sonic simply uses his own power with the Wisps attacking on their own alongside him. (This only applies to the Wii version, as in the DS version, he does combine with the Wisps)
- The Final Color Blaster is similar to the "Bicker Finallusion" finishing move in the Tokusatsu television series Kamen Rider W.
- In fact, it was voiced by the Kamen Rider W narrator and Gaia Memory voice actor, Fumihiko Tachiki.
- The only Wisp not used in the Final Color Blaster is the White Wisp.
- In the Wii version, with a well-trained eye you can see Sonic's jump aura begin to glow the colors of the Wisps used in the attack, but only right as he finishes the attack.
- The Wii version of the move can be considered a variation of the Homing Attack, since Sonic's physical form remains unchanged.While the DS version can be considered a variation of the Sonic Boost.