Switch's Resident Evil Revelations is best played in mobile mode

DF: "Switch ports? As long as the game is good and the conversion work is solid, we say bring them on! The question is, does the Resident Evil Revelations Collection hold up? Here are all the graphics comparisons and performance/ frame-rate tests you'll need."

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Fist4achin312d ago

Maybe mobile as in on a ship?!

MadMax311d ago (Edited 311d ago )

That’s the best part of the switch, playing it on handheld mode! Looks and runs beautiful on that nice little screen! I can’t believe how it looks identical to the PS4 version,’incredible. PS4 Pro and Switch owner here. Such a cool device.

_-EDMIX-_311d ago (Edited 311d ago )

Looking at the digital Foundry impressions it is clear that there's lots of differences.

In Resident Evil Revelations 2 there are no shadows in the switch version, the grass and other features of the game begin popping up even if your a couple feet away, it is very very very clear that this is actually one of the worst versions of this game right next to the Vita.

I mean..... It's telling you right in this video that there are numerous features that are missing or completely worse compared to all the other.

MadMax311d ago

Watched the video and unless you are really looking for it, you won’t notice it. Extremely minimal to me and these comparisons are getting too much. Nitpicking

_-EDMIX-_311d ago

@madmax-I don't believe texture Pop ins like that or a game that is a horror game not Having shadows is nitpicking.

That's a pretty huge feature so in my personal opinion I would actually recommend any Resident Evil fan actually not pick up this version or the Vita version for that matter. I've already beat both games several times and don't really see much reason to own another version that also has a bunch of missing graphical features. And I would assume any true horror fan has already beaten these games with the best versions anyway.

_-EDMIX-_311d ago

Wtf? There are no shadows in Resident Evil Revelation 2 on switch? Also what's up with that weird pop in effect?