Digital Foundry Switch
It's playable, but the visual compromises are extraordinary.
The developer's run of superb conversions continues.
Iron Galaxy has done it again.
But smoother performance, improved resolution and portable play set it apart.
A platforming masterpiece.
What does the Nvidia Shield version tell us about prospective retro Switch releases?
Whether you're playing docked or on the go.
And the hardware mod that makes it possible.
Unreal Engine 4 powers a hybrid game for a hybrid console.
And we look at the new PS4 patch too.
Yes it can - but how?
Security researcher kills own console.
Nintendo's great run of ports continues.
Resolution takes a hit but this is close to the complete package.
Intense combat is a little too choppy.
Powered by Tegra X1: a preview of how well Switch back-compat could work?
1080p resolution in mobile mode cripples frame-rate.
To what extent is a current-gen handheld feasible?
Resolution upgrade when docked plus big loading time boosts.
Linux already running, custom firmware in development.
Another impressively handled port.
Digital Foundry assesses the first trailer footage.
Digital Foundry assesses the latest, patched version.
A shooter that misses the target.
And what about boosts to image quality?
Faster than Wii U and Xbox 360 - but what about Xbox One X back-compat?
Minor visual boosts and performance improvements in both docked and handheld modes.
Refined and optimised.
Great on the go but falls short when docked.
Impressive when docked but portable play has issues.