Sonic Frontiers: All 24 Egg Memo Recordings

Learn how to collect all 24 Egg Memo Recordings in Sonic Frontiers

Sonic Frontiers is an open-world game that is filled with different interesting things for players to do. The Players can collect different collectibles scattered around the Starfall Islands. One of these collectibles is the Egg Memo. Egg Memo is a series of voice notes left by Eggman as he is stuck in Cyber Space. In Sonic Frontiers, you can collect these Egg Memos to learn about his experience and the new world of Cyber Space.


Key Takeaways

  • Egg Memos are a type of Collectibles in Sonic Frontiers.
  • They are the recordings of Eggman as he journeys through the Cyber Space.
  • The Egg Memos are purchasable from Big the Cat.
  • Big the Cat sells an Egg Memo for 15 Tokens. Tokens are collected by fishing in the game.
  • There are a total of 24 Egg Memos.

How To Get Egg Memo

So, the Recordings are obtained at the Trade Token Shop. It is a fishing mini-game that you get once you get to Big the Cat. Big the Cat is a fan-favorite character who has a calm and cozy nature.

Big the Cat fishing.
Fishing with Big the Cat. [Image Credit: eXputer]
When you first meet Big the Cat, he teaches you how to fish at the cost of Purple Coins. That is essential to get the tokens. Then, when you catch a fish or an item from the lake, you get a different amount of Treasure Tokens or Gold Cards. Here are all of the tokens or Gold Cards that you can get from fishing different items;

  • Crayfish – One Token
  • Flying Fish – One Token
  • Gold Fish One Token
  • Medaka – One Token
  • Platinum-Gold Fish – One Token
  • Poison Dart Frog – One Token
  • Squid – One Token
  • Tadpole – One Token
  • Black Bass – Three Tokens
  • Crap – Three Tokens
  • Koi – Three Tokens
  • Ring – Three Tokens
  • Chopper – Six Tokens
  • Marlin – Six Tokens
  • Red Can – Six Tokens
  • Red Sring – Six Tokens
  • Red Stingray – Six Tokens
  • Star Post – Six Tokens
  • Tin Can – Six Tokens
  • Hermit Koco’s Scroll – Eight Tokens
  • An Elder Koco’s Scroll – Eight Tokens
  • Wooden Treasure Chest – One Gold Card
  • Golden Treasure Chest – Three Gold Cards

Now, remember, all of these are important in collecting the Egg Memos. With Gold Cards, Big the Cat will prioritize buying with them instead of the Tokens. So, once you have at least 15 tokens or one Gold Card ready, you can go to Big the Cat and buy the Egg Memo.

Egg Memo buying.
Egg Memo are sold by Big the Cat for 15 Tokens or 1 Gold Card. [Image Credit: eXputer]
As there are a total of 24 Egg Memos, you’d need at least 360 Tokens or 24 Gold Cards, or a combination of both to get them all. They’re all important to know about the Cyber Space world.

Listening To Egg Memos

Once you have acquired any Egg Memo, you can straight away listen to it. For that, you’ll have to head over to Fish-o-pedia. For that, while you’re talking with Big the Cat, head over to the ‘View Fish-o-Pedia’ option. From there, you’d need to go to the Voice Logs option. There, you’ll have all of the Voice Logs from the Egg Memos.

Egg Memo’s Recordings

If you haven’t yet unlocked all of the Egg Memos but still want to know what they say. Then luckily for you, we were able to unlock all of the Egg Memos. So, here are the recordings of all of the Egg Memos.

Sonic Fronteirs recording of all egg memo
All Egg Memo recordings. [Image Credit: eXputer]

Egg Memo 1

Some force is keeping me from exiting Cyber Space. Is it because my A.I. made unauthorized access to the databases? If so, that’s the exact opposite of what it was supposed to do!

Egg Memo 2

What are G.U.N. military craft doing in here!? Sage has helped me avoid the worst of it, and it doesn’t appear to be manned. Is it a defense mechanism? I need to learn more.

Egg Memo 3

The “terrain” here keeps shifting. I’m finding recreations of regions from South Island, West Side Island, and even Angel Island! Where is this environmental data coming from?

Egg Memo 4

I have found elements of my own EggNet, United Federation, and even Planet Donpa Kingdom race data! As best as i can surmise, this Cyber Space extends well beyond the scope of these islands and is gaining information from around the world. Fascinating!

Egg Memo 5

I am officially jealous. This entire expanse was constructed by the ancient race who had previously settled on these islands! The level of technology they employed is completely alien to me, so I can’t salvage it… yet.

Egg Memo 6

It appears the Starfall Islands act as the CPU for Cyber Space. Once I’m out of here, I need to secure them at all costs. I’m not able to access the data too readily, but it appears the entire history of the Ancients is recorded here in Cyber Space. More than that! They logged their memories, their desires… it’s almost like they encoded their very souls into this place. Now then – how can I use that to my benefit?

Egg Memo 7

Who were the Ancients? They predate any civilization by a wide margin.

  • The echidnas? Pfft.
  • The Black Arms? Please.
  • The Babylonians? Hardly!

And yet they didn’t seem to influence the world beyond these three piddy islands. Why? What stopped them from conquering the world?

Egg Memo 8

I’m finding multiple connections between the Ancients and the Chaos Emeralds. Their technology seems built with the Emerald in mind. It’s almost like they share the same origin. I enjoy a good mystery, but not when the answers are more mysterious! Argh!

Egg memo 9

The Ancients seem to have employed a set of strange icons as keepsakes or totems. That same imagery is being used by the Koco running around the islands. Did the Koco inspire the Ancients? Or did the Koco adopt the leftovers once the Ancients were gone? Hmm.

Egg Memo 10

Something wiped out the Ancients, that’s for certain.

A catastrophic event caused dire environmental shifts across the islands. It appears they made some effort to rebuild, but they were living on borrowed time.

They died out within a generation.

Egg Memo 11

I don’t believe this!

I had Sage run a diagnostic on the recorded genetic data of the ANcients and then against the archives I have with me. They’re relatives of Chaos, the God of Destruction! After countless years, their DNA corroded to the point they were completely transformed into a new species. Some kind of radiation affected them for eons, making them unrecognizable – except for a genius like me.

Egg Memo 12

I’m deploying my most advanced artificial intelligence into the ancient network spanning the Starfall Islands.

I’ve code-named it “Sage.” Sage will take over the alien network, take control of all its resources and give them to me!

…Once I’m out of here.

Egg Memo 13

Sage is performing at peak efficiency!

It makes me wonder where I went wrong with Orbot and Cubot. Not only is she taking control of the Ancients’ network, but she’s harassing Sonic as well! I love it!

Egg Memo 14

Despite her best efforts, Sage can’t seem to control the Titans. Phooey. She can prompt them to act, but something is blocking her from assuming total control.

Egg Memo 15

Sage keeps running the numbers by me, and it’s getting tedious. Yes, the power that wiped out the Ancients was formidable. Yes, unleashing it on this world would be catastrophic. But I’m a genius. Once I’m out of here, I’ll find a way to handle it. Better yet, weaponize it against Sonic!

Egg Memo 16

Sage has been crucial to my survival here in Cyber Space. Early warnings of hostile entities, guiding me past firewalls, keeping me updated on progress in the real world – she’s the best.

  • “She?”
  • “It.” It’s a program.
  • An adorable program. A very personal program. A… hmm. I wonder if… she… has a preference?

Egg Memo 17

I never really knew my cousin, Maria.

Everyone spoke of her like she was very special. All that love for someone who was gone when I was! Right! There!

But I have to wonder. Back then, was she anything like Sage is now?

Egg Memo 18

Sage told me the funniest joke during her report.

“How fast can Sonic screw things up? Instantly – he’s the fastest thing alive!”

I tell you, she’s a chip off the old block. Well, for a program, I mean. It’s not like she’s alive.

Or Family. Or… hmm.

Egg Memo 19

Who says I can’t create life, huh?

Just a bunch of proteins bumping together. Anyone can do that. A true genius does it with code and electronics! And if I did create life, she would be brilliant and loyal, and perfectly effective! And you know why? Because her dad is a genius, that’s why!

Egg Memo 20

Sonic’s on the island.

Of course Sonic is on the Island.

I can’t remember the last time I had a good night’s scheme without him ruining it. Still, for a purely organic creature, obtaining Mach 1 of his own volition is impressive.

I’m man enough to admit that.

Egg Memo 21

It’s Sonic who named me “Eggman.”

Except the joke’s on him! I embraced the name! I made it my own! His mockery is now a name feared across the ages! I’m not going to adopt “Baldy McNosehair,” though. My dignity has limits.

Egg Memo 22

It appears Amy Rose has been dragged into the mix.

Clever girl. Tenacious. She’s come a long way since being an easy pawn in my schemes to ensnare Sonic. It seems she had some trouble finding herself. But when you hang around with someone with as big an ego as Sonic, self-identification has to be a challenge.

Egg Memo 23

Knuckles is here too.

What a rube.

That hair trigger of his is a problem but also a boon when I can get him to go off in the right direction. Wait! If he’s here, that means Master Emerald is unguarded! Its power will be mine!

Oh. No, wait. I’m stuck here. Phooey.

Egg Memo 24

Sonic’s here, so it’s no surprise Tails is here too.

It’s a pity. Young Prower has a keen mind and loads of potential. Yet he’s fixated on worshipping Sonic. Then again, maybe that’s for the best. Given all the trouble he gave me in Station Square and on the ARK, I think I prefer him wasting his potential lingering in Sonic’s shadow.

What Is Egg Memo

In Socin Frontiers, there are a few collectibles. These collectibles can be found on the Starfall Islands. The collectibles in the game are important as they help progress the story of the game.

Egg Memo or Memos are the recordings of Dr. Eggman. These recordings are of his experience in the Cyber Space. Cyber Space is a digital dimension that is quite different from the game’s real world. Dr. Eggman got trapped in Cyber Space as he was on his quest to collect the Ancient Secrets.

There are a total of 24 different recordings. The player can listen to them as they contain Dr. Eggman’s experience. It is a good source of getting to know more about Cyber Space and whatever it contains.

Each of these can be acquired easily if you know what to do.

Conclusion

So these are all of the Egg memos in Sonic Frontiers. They tell the story of Eggman’s discovery of Cyber Space and his first interaction with the technology there. While he is stuck there, he discovers that Sonic came onto the Island.

All in all, they’re quite fun to listen to as we get to listen to what Eggman thinks of himself. Not only that, they’re a great source of understanding what Cyber Space is. You won’t be a stranger to that dimension when you get into it.

Sonic Frontiers is just what a Sonic Franchise fan would want. It has Light Speed Dashes that make Sonic, as we all know from our childhood. But that’s not all; the iconic Soap Shoes have made their way back into the game. They are sure to give you the nostalgia you’ve been waiting for so long.

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Zohaib Abdullah


From a young age, Zohaib immersed himself in FPS and RPG games. Now, at eXputer, he uses that experience to write Game Guides. Once he finishes writing the latest guide, he hops back on his latest Skyrim save to continue Dragonborn’s Journey.

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