Last week, DOOM, DOOM II and DOOM 3 were released on the Switch to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the hellish series.

Unfortunately, the surprise was somewhat soured when users discovered the first two games required players to login before they could actually play these classic games. Not long after this, Bethesda said it was working on a fix. Now, Digital Foundry takes a look at the good and the bad aspects of all three games on each modern platform.

Long story short, Panic Button has done an outstanding job on the Doom 3 conversion - with the Switch version of the game running at 1080p docked and 720p in handheld mode, while maintaining 60fps the majority of the time. Unfortunately, the original two games fall short in the technical department. The DOOM and DOOM II ports were also handled by Nerve - a developer founded by an ex-id Software employee.

Get the full rundown in the video above and tell us if you've tried out any of these retro DOOM games on the Switch yet.