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The Main Theme For Sonic Forces Has Been Released

Sonic Forces is the next big Sonic game from the Sonic Team and of course as with previous iterations it needs a main theme song. The new song for Sonic Forces is called Fist Bump. The Sonic Team have taken Hoobastank onboard to help with the vocals and lyrics and you can give it a listen below. Let us know what you think to the new theme!

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24 comments

    1. its ok and its not that bad some people just dont perfer rock, i don`t perfer rock but its still ok in my book as long it doesn`t try to pull a shadow the hedgehog on us because if this game try`s to mostly be rock I might be playing this game on mutethe whole time at least we have mania

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      1. I think it’s better than some of the themes we’ve gotten recently like in Sonic Colors and I don’t understand the negativity. I suppose it’s a meme to be overly critical of anything Sonic related now.

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      2. Lol it is sorry I couldn’t reply to you the site wouldn’t let me with the stupid limit also what was wrong with colors sure it felt mediocre but music was great there each theme the worlds had match the stages music like there being carnival music for carnival levels wisp planet having a graceful elegant music the music just doesn’t feel forcewhat I mean is it’s like making a game that has different variety of stages but making all the music rock people would pretty much get annoyed since there is isn’t variety and some of and the music doesn’t match the stage also yes it is a meme sonic fans would pretty much kill you over this about you complaining over a game trust me they were trying to tell me to kms and roasting me when I said thought the song was ok

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  1. Not bad. It’s the same instrumental theme we heard months ago, but with lyrics added to them.

    Sounds exactly as I expected it would.

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  2. Lyrics

    I can’t do this alone
    Even though I am strong
    Need something more than me
    Someone to push me to victory
    Let’s see what we can do
    Together, me and you
    Can’t be afraid to try
    Kiss your fears goodbye
    No looking back
    You and I, we’re on the attack
    Full speed ahead
    Running to the sunset
    Such a different feeling
    Both of us believing
    We can make it better
    Together, we can show the world what we can do
    You are next to me and I’m next to you
    Push me on through until the battle’s won
    No one’s gonna get to us
    Into each other we put our trust
    Standing united, after the fight
    All alone, we will never be
    The two of us are holding the key
    We see today, a world we couldn’t see
    Before I say goodbye to you, one more last fist bump

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  3. Ok personally the song isn’t bad, but in some part the voice can’t be understand because the music is too high but for the rest is ok.

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  4. Douglas Robb was not the right choice for this song. It’s way too campy & amateurish to be honest. Did a teenager just hitting puberty with no song writing skill write this?

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    1. I could ask the same thing about The 1975’s lead singer. Their song Chocolate? Guy sounds like he’s going through puberty mid song and it’s fucking AWFUL. We had that song at the radio station I DJ’d for for a year, I hated every time I had to play it.

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      1. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4; Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch!} says:

        *looks this song up & prepares for the worst*

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      2. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4; Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch!} says:

        Oh I heard this song before. I… prefer their song Somebody Else, though.

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  5. Now this is Douglas Robb as that song doesn’t do him justice.

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      1. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4; Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch!} says:

        Music is a lot like art so it’s down to the one listening to decide if it’s good or not. Different strokes & all that.

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