If you still aren’t sure if the Switch version of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is right for you, perhaps Digital Foundry can help. During a 21-minute analysis comparing every version of the game, the team found the Switch release was "pretty good" - despite certain visual compromises including a lack of fur shading and foliage reduction.
As VG Tech noted earlier this week, in docked mode, the game resolution is 720p while handheld is 480p. With the game already known to run at 30fps, Digital Foundry elaborated on this aspect of the performance further, explaining how the occasional drops and inconsistencies minorly impacted the overall fluidity of the Switch iteration. Input latency was also cited as a problem, making the Switch version feel “heavier” and slightly less responsive overall. Still, other versions of the game look basically identical.
Take a look at the video above for the full rundown, and tell us in the comments if you’ve been playing Crash on the Switch.