Nintendo Switch

Here’s A Skyrim Comparison Video For All Available Versions Of The Game

Skyrim for the Nintendo Switch is just around the corner and you are probably wondering how the game stacks up against the versions on other formats? Well, YouTube channel ElAnalistaDeBits has produced the definitive comparison video and compared them all. Have a watch below and see what you think to the Nintendo Switch version.

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    1. That’s the only thing I find strange about the Switch version. The blood is absent. Other than that, it looks almost identical to Other next gen versions and even the PC at certain points. Maybe they forgot to turn the blood option on. Who knows. But if it’s completely absent, they need to add it back in.

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      1. This isn’t meant to diss the Switch version. This is meant to show how impressive this little tablet is! Glass half full vs half empty! And if you’re interested in technology, these videos are great.

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      2. nah I just like to see comparisons for fun. Me thinking “ooh over there has better quality here or there…oohh looks at tht ugly texture” but does tht make me not want to get the uglier looking one? No. I just like to see differences for the fun of it. Now if it were performance/framerate then sure but to see graphical difference? doesnt bother me. lol

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  1. Looks like the switch is going to be something between PS3 and PS4 in terms of graphics. However im happy with that if it has more stable FPS and shorter loading times than the PS3.

    I will be happy to play this game on the metro to and from the office

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