With some modern enhancements here and there, Capcom's Okami still looks as beautiful as it did when it was originally released back in 2006. As it's been ported across to multiple devices over the years - including the Nintendo Wii, it's been given regular visual makeovers. 

Okami HD - now available on the Nintendo Switch - has received the same treatment. Of course, the folks at Digital Foundry have released a new video comparing how this current version stacks up to existing releases. Compared the Wii version - which was lacking visual flourishes found in the original PS2 release - the Switch title is drastically improved, borrowing all the enhancements from more recent re-releases.

In terms of the resolution, the Switch version runs at a full 1080p while docked, and in portable mode it's capped at 720p. Like other versions, you can play the game in the older 4:3 mode, and change the intensity of the filters. The image quality apparently outdoes other games on the Switch, and in terms of performance, the game runs at a relatively stable 30fps in both the docked and portable modes.

According to Digital Foundry, 60fps is "currently off the table" in this remastered version. The 30fps in the Switch release is on par with the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X versions of the game. The summary was the Switch version is just behind in terms of overall performance, but is still worth checking out.

Take a look at the full analysis in the video above, and tell us in the comments if you've been playing Okami on the Switch.  

[source eurogamer.net]