1JaxonHThu 27th Jun 2019 God Eater 3 is nearly upon us. A demo just dropped today (US and JP, no word on EU as of yet). Let’s get into it. God Eater is a Monster Hunter style game series that dates all the way back to the PSP era. It became popular in Japan during the original Monster Hunter boom, but has yet to breakthrough in the western market. It has always been a handheld series, but that is changing as God Eater 3 launched on PS4 a few months ago, and is now releasing on Switch (with the death of the Vita, Switch is the only natural choice left for penetrating the handheld market). God Eater and God Eater 2 Rage Burst released on Vita, and that is where I first got exposed to the franchise. They had implemented a save data transfer tool for the Vita versions and ported PS4 versions, but now with Switch, we don’t need two copies of the game on two platforms with a save transfer tool. We can just buy the game and get both, and the handheld version is every bit up to scratch with a console game built for modern systems. I just downloaded the demo and I am taken aback with the quality of not only the game itself, but the port as well. It looks excellent on the Nintendo Switch, both docked and in handheld mode. The game itself is not pushing realism, but instead has more of an anime look in a futuristic setting. I still think it’s one of the better looking games on the Nintendo Switch, and its performance has been top notch for me thus far. THIS is how you port a game to the Nintendo Switch God Eater 3 Switch Demo GameplayGod Eater 3 Switch Demo Impressions RGT85 Edited on Thu 27th June, 2019 @ 00:44 by JaxonH PLAYING NS: Monster Hunter Rise demo PC: ----- PS5: ----- EXCITED FOR NS: Monster Hunter Rise Jesus is Lord.