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Video: Technical analysis of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door on Switch by Digital Foundry

We’re so close to the release of Paper Mario: The Millennium Door on Switch that you can almost feel it (raw). The highly anticipated GameCube RPG is revealed tomorrow on the Nintendo hybrid, May 23and we’ve already heard what the critics think — spoiler: we loved it.

However, just ahead of release, the experts at Digital Foundry stepped in to provide a technical preview so we all know what to expect from the remake when it comes to performance and resolution.

Starting with the biggest, TTYD on Switch runs at 30 frames per second. We already knew this, of course, but Digital Foundry points out that this frame rate is locked and looks great in handheld mode. In the video above, DF’s Thomas Morgan notes that the reduction from the 60 FPS of the GC original is more evident on the big screen and he says fans will have to adapt the timing of their combat buttons to accommodate , but all this is to “facilitate visual rendering”. upgrades” and it never becomes distracting.

These visual enhancements are the star of technical analysis. Morgan explains that the Switch remake uses screen space reflections (SSR) and screen space ambient occlusion (SSAO) for details. Additionally, all textures have been reworked to better express the aesthetic of the paper, although the new reflections may be distracting to some.

In terms of resolution, the game sits at 900p in docked mode and 1138×640 in a handheld computer. This means there is a slight reflection on some white outlines, but, according to Digital Foundry’s analysis, this doesn’t detract from the overall visual improvements.

Overall, this seems to be a very strong remake. You can watch Digital Foundry’s full analysis in the video at the top of this article, or for our thoughts on the game, you’ll find our review below.

News Source : www.nintendolife.com
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