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mZuzek said:
RolStoppable said:

There was the performance of the Switch version at PAX, but Igarashi explained that with overheating demo units. It's the kind of excuse where you can't be sure if it was really entirely the fault of demo hardware or if the game itself had issues. The performance target of the Switch version is only 720p@30fps, so that indicates that this version is an afterthought and may not even hit that target upon its release.

Eh.

Yeah, I didn't know about that until just now.
But 505 Games say Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Will be Far Better Optimized for the Switch by its Release Date
So hopefully there won't be any issues.

Made me wonder what the framerate will be for PS4 though, and I found the answer for anyone interested.

Hopefully its stable.

Last edited by Hiku - on 16 June 2019

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I'm not sure if it counts as an AA game but Donut County was a really fun experience.



RolStoppable said:
mZuzek said:

I don't know, is there any reason to think it will be?

There was the performance of the Switch version at PAX, but Igarashi explained that with overheating demo units. It's the kind of excuse where you can't be sure if it was really entirely the fault of demo hardware or if the game itself had issues. The performance target of the Switch version is only 720p@30fps, so that indicates that this version is an afterthought and may not even hit that target upon its release.

First I've heard of the performance problems in the Switch version.

On the other hand I pre-ordered a physical of this blindly, and consiously don't read much about it. I was really impressed with Curse of the Moon, even if that game is really short, so I have my hopes up for this game.



There were some awesome AA games on the Wii, like The Last Story, Silent Hill Shattered Memories, and Fatal Frame 4.

Last edited by curl-6 - on 17 June 2019

I forget to mention Ashen.
Thats a great AA game in xbox.



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weraru_1 said:

What is a AA game? Is it a game developed by a external developer under contract with a publisher, cause that's what I thought. Or is it a kinda more popular indie game? If it's the first one, I like Xenoblade Chronicles.

That's called 2nd party.



Arent Indie games like Shovel Knight or Dead Cells considered AA games?



Jpcc86 said:
Arent Indie games like Shovel Knight or Dead Cells considered AA games?

See to me that doesn't make sense.

If a simple low budget 2D indie game is AA, then what's A, B, etc? It's kinda like how reviewers these days only seem to use the 70-100 part of the scale. "It's a terrible game, don't buy, it, 7.5/10"

Last edited by curl-6 - on 22 June 2019