From what I understand there was, like, one or two people using an emulator to invent additional issues, but there are apparently a lot of very real problems across all platforms.
I've seen some videos I won't link because of seizure concerns with the visual bugs. The general consensus seems to be that while there was some faked issues, the game has a lot of very concerning issues.
Nah there's like one person who has admitted to be playing the Switch version on Yuzu but the entire Sonic fanbase has morphed that into ANTI-SONIC CABAL USING EMULATORS TO MAKE GAME LOOK BAD (because Sega releasing a broken Sonic game? Unheard of!) even though there's also a multitude of videos of people playing the game on actual hardware and getting these glitches, both Switch and non-Switch versions.
Speaking of Reddit I only recently learned that the subreddit r/asksciencefiction is supposed to be parsed as 'Ask Science: Fiction' indicating that it's like the Ask Science subreddit but for asking questions and receiving answers about fictional universes from an in-universe perspective, not 'Ask Science-Fiction'.
I knew it was about fictional science rather than about science fiction, but I don't know which way I would have enunciated the title spoken. Admittedly I knew what it was for only by the same reason I knew it existed, which was people replying to highly speculative questions with weird stipulations in r/askscience by telling them to go over there.
I was eating a chocolate truffle and my fuckin crown came off.
I would have gone to like Walgreens, Walmart, or CVS to get some of that stuff you can use to temporarily reattach it until I go to the dentist tomorrow but it was like 11pm already so every place was already closed, if they weren't closed for Labor Day.