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The Switch may not be able to compete with other platforms in terms of pure processing, but there is no shortage of games that look great on the console. The switch may not output at 120fps native 4K, but Nintendo’s little hybrid can still stuff the eyeball with a punch. Clever programming that combines great art direction with the Switch allows you to achieve stunning visuals with a small console that you can throw in your backpack. How far have you been since the days of Game Boy!
Below is a list of the best looking games on Switch. These titles prove that you don’t necessarily need a dozen teraflops, HDR lighting, and fancy pants liquid cooling solutions to create gorgeous visuals in the latest video games. Many cross-platform titles such as Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, Witcher 3, Warframe, Alien: Isolation look really noteworthy on the Switch, given the comparative power limits of the console, but the following list is of generations. It emphasizes the game we believe to be in line with the best visuals. Regardless of the platform, there is no “hardware consideration” warning here.
So, without any further effort, dive into the graphical loveliness of the best-looking Switch game and swim (in no particular order) …
the publisher: Nintendo / Developer: Next level game
The appearance of Luigi Mansion 3 was very nice, and it may have been a surprise factor that surprised us.We didn’t expect it to be nice-it teeth It’s Nintendo’s top-class release, but it wasn’t ready enough for Luigi’s Sleek Elle’s cuteness. Developer Next Level Games is not ashamed of its name in this game, sucking all the last big graphic juice from the hardware.
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the publisher: Shin’en Multimedia / Developer: Shin’en Multimedia
Developer Shin’en’s The Touryst is pleasing to the eye, with performance locked at smooth 60fps and maximum pixel count in both docking and handheld modes. With colorful voxel art styles and bright island-based settings, it’s a great-looking little adventure to embark on. If this has passed you by last year, it is highly recommended to give it a try.
the publisher: Raw anger / Developer: Neuo
2D pixel art games are 10 pening, but few are as breathtaking as Kingdom Two Crowns. Performance may not be perfect, but at first glance the mysterious reflections of the game’s ever-changing landscape, subtle lighting, and details allow and forget about the frame rate issues you may encounter. Enough.
the publisher: Nintendo / Developer: square Enix
Octopath Traveler, in a style labeled “HD-2D” by the manufacturer, combines a gorgeous 3D world with 16-bit style sprites to create a cohesive and superb overall look. Exciting depth of field and lighting effects give the impression of a complex miniature model moving in front of you. The gameplay was great, of course, but it was the look of Octopath Traveler that we remember.
the publisher: Nintendo / Developer: Platinumgames
This Switch Exclusive has all the simple styles you’d expect from Bayonetta’s studio, PlatinumGames, but was particularly impressed with the cohesive art direction world-building effect of the Astral Chain. Masakazu Katsura’s sharp character design gives this dystopian future a unique look that can easily be different. One of them..
the publisher: Nintendo / Developer: Nintendo
Developer Grezzo, who took the original Game Boy game blueprint and dressed it up with great toy-like aesthetics, did a great job of rethinking modern hardware classics. Link’s Awakening on Switch remains one of the system’s graphical gems, although only a few patched performance issues make it stand out.
the publisher: Ubisoft / Developer: Ubisoft
This may be a remnant of the previous generation, but Rayman Legends is one of the best looking 2D platformers to date, and it also applies to Switch’s Definitive Edition. The cartoon art style is timeless and will be launched in 2020, just as it was when it first surprised us on the Wii U in 2013. It’s often available at significantly discounted prices on e-shop sales, so it’s highly recommended that you take the plunge and become familiar with Ubisoft’s limbless wonders.
the publisher: Return digital / Developer: Nomada Studio
A delicate and tiny in-deep platformer, GRIS’s watercolor art style is a ticket if you’re stressed and need a resilient and relaxing game. Coming from Indie Studio Nomada, it’s a magical little adventure where you regain pigmentation in a colorless world. If you’re looking for something that catches the attention of others when you play, GRIS is a fascinating game.
the publisher: Dotemu / Developer: Lizard cube
Wonderboy: The Dragons Trap is a gorgeous reskin of the Master System Classic, rebuilt from scratch. While visuals alone are enough to win that position here, its true ace is the ability to switch between the stunning artwork of the Lizard Cube and the original 8-bit graphics. in real time.. You don’t have to enter the menu. With the push of a button, the entire screen will be wiped in other styles. Scrubbing between the two has become part of the game for us as we switch styles and admire the artistic choices made in the updated version.
Don’t get me wrong. MonsterBoyandtheCursed Kingdom is also great, but this game has a special place in our minds. The same artist worked on Rage 4’s noble Streets.
the publisher: Raw anger / Developer: Oscar Stallberg
Screenshots of the Indie Curio Townscaper, a more relaxed (and completely eye-catching) toy rather than a game, occupy about half the storage space of the micro SD card currently on the Switch. You can change the time in real time through the menu, so you lose a lot of happy time, create an impossible town on the water and take shots from every angle.This is a few minutes or For hours There is no goal other than making something that looks beautiful. Fortunately, Townscaper makes it easy.
the publisher: Nintendo / Developer: Nintendo plan development plan
of course. Breath of the Wild is an epic game where we look at the outcrops and scan the real horizon as we step into the countryside. You can make holes around each aspect of the presentation (resolution, jaggies, reduced frame rate, etc.), but due to the cumulative effect of the system and the strength of the art direction, one of the three or more most beautiful switch games. It is connected. It’s been a few years since its release.
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