Sonic Forces will include a free "Episode Shadow" DLC.
Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
A new Sonic game for iOS devices has been released!
Sonic Forces release date
Sonic Forces will be released on 7 November, 2017!
Vector makes his grand appearance in Sonic Boom.
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The Power Ring is an object that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog television series. They are golden rings invented by Sir Charles Hedgehog for his nephew Sonic the Hedgehog to boost his power. Following Dr. Robotnik's takeover, the Power Rings became a vital tool in the Freedom Fighters's war against the dictator.
When in the hands of Sonic the Hedgehog, he can draw upon their power to temporarily make himself more powerful, drastically increasing both his speed and strength. Additionally, Power Rings can also be used to counter some of the effects of roboticization; their passive power can temporarily restore the free will of roboticized victims.Talisman, Wisp, Great Battle Kukku, Death Egg II, Lyric the Last Ancient, Time Eater, Egg Dragoon, Iron Rotor, Moto Bug, Archie Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 279, Sonic Boost
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