Capcom's Mega Man 11 arrived on the Nintendo Switch last week. Being a multi-platform release, Digital Foundry has taken a chance to examine each version of the game and also investigate how the design of Mega Man 11 mimics the classic releases. As is noted, the team "clearly understands" what makes the series so great. The video briefly addresses how Mighty No. 9 falls short of what it is trying to accomplish as well.
In terms of the technical side of the game, Mega Man 11 offers "responsive controls" that are a "perfect fit" for the series. Tests conducted confirmed the eleventh entry has low input latency - especially on the Xbox and Switch. In terms of the performance, Mega Man 11 in docked mode on the Switch comes in at 1080p - like other platforms, but does not have anti-aliasing. It makes this version of the game a lot more jagged around the edges. In handheld mode, the results are more pleasing, running at the native resolution of 1280 x 720. As for frame rate, the game is locked at 60fps in modes and remains stable throughout.
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