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Dark Souls Remaster footage released.

Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by Rogue, Mar 8, 2018.

  1. Rogue

    Rogue Member

    You definitely can't call the Switch version a remaster.

  2. Angel

    Angel Lion Heart Staff Member Administrator

    The Nintendo Switch has definitely stepped into a new market. Games that previously would never be considered as a port to Nintendo are finally crossing over and the gimmick to switch between console and portable doesn't hurt either. The graphics are "good enough" according to all the news sites I've read. A quick search shows that Dark Souls was never even considered for the Wii.
  3. Rogue

    Rogue Member

    Definitely true! However, when you pit the Switch version against the 4k60fps versions on PS4, Xbox, and Steam (which are being worked on by another developer) it's unfortunate. I will pick the Switch version for portability, but my main focus will be on PS4.
    Dark Souls II was never even considered for WiiU, I wrote an article on it a longtime ago. :p

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