Digital Foundry tackles every big game released on the Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and the latest is Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The team is impressed with the Nintendo Switch version of the game, which obviously suffers some slight setbacks from the same game running on the higher-end PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X, but says that Toys for Bob has done a good job with Crash Bandicoot .N Sane Trilogy on the system,. You can read their full analysis here where they get technical on the differences between the versions.
“Overall, it’s a very strong showing for owners of Sony and Microsoft consoles, and the PC version holds up well too. Switch takes a hit in several areas, but you can’t deny that it’s still a handsome game – and the ability to game on the go is a unique advantage. But it’s the quality of Vicarious’ remastering here that’s the real winner – the N. Sane Trilogy is extremely well-crafted, honours the original design but reworks it beautifully. The visuals look fresh and modern and while gameplay can still be frustrating in spots, slight tweaks make it more palatable to the modern audience. It’ll be fascinating to see if developer Toys for Bob can pull off the same level of accomplishment with the Spyro Reignited Trilogy due in a couple of months.”