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  • New Nintendo Switch Images of Sonic Frontiers Surface from Nintendo Direct

    Check out how the game runs on Nintendo's portable console.

    In the September 13th, 2022 Nintendo Direct, Sonic Frontiers (seemingly the Switch version) made an 8-second appearance... but only in the Japanese version for some reason. You can see the clip of the footage itself in the YouTube video below, for your viewing pleasure.

    Also, it was never shared here, but Nintendo actually uploaded some screenshots of the Switch version on their various eShop pages earlier (such as on the NA page). Check those out below:



    We also have a comparison between the Switch version (on the left) and the higher-end version (on the right):

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    How are you finding the Switch version to be turning out so far? Let us know if the comments below.

    Via Nintendo's Japanese Nintendo Direct website

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