Sonic Frontiers has a phenomenal score full of absolute bangers. The only thing letting it down is the voice acting and the slightly strange choice of solemn music for general overworld exploration.
The art style of Sonic Frontiers is solid, but it looks a bit out of place when placed alongside Sonic, Eggman, and the rest of Sonic's cast. Add in some poor pop-in and a couple of uninspired zones, and Sonic Frontiers' visuals end up as a bit of a letdown.
Sonic has a lot of movement options to play with in Sonic Frontiers, and it's enjoyable bouncing from one platforming challenge to the next at high speed. Combat is a bit clunky, however, and occasionally getting locked into a 2D perspective can really slow things down.
Sonic Frontiers might be the longest Sonic game yet, and offers a nice amount of content. However, it also adds a lot of new systems and features into the Sonic franchise, and not all of them work well.
A pretty standard list for an open world game, and doesn't require 100% completion, but it isn't a particularly inspiring list either.