Review: Dragon Ball FighterZ review – “The best handheld fighter ever”

Dragon Ball FighterZ review - The problem with begging for Nintendo Switch ports of the latest and biggest games is that most of them just won’t run at all, or if they do, the sacrifices made in getting there are more than the developers are willing to make.

Make no mistake, dropping resolution and having a variable framerate are two simple ways to ensure better performance on weaker hardware, but there’s a limit to how far any proud developer would go to make their game run.

We’ve seen it with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and DOOM, where the games most certainly run on Switch, and can be played on the go, but there are annoying framerate issues and blurrier image quality throughout, ruining some aspects of the games.

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