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Jranation said:
Jumpin said:

I’m inclined to agree. The huge open areas, looking over vast distances from high places really makes the game quite breathtaking. Also all the beautiful landscapes to get right into and explore.

Yep! I am actually hoping Nintendo can make a new RPG (New or old IP) and use the same art style as BOTW. 

Big world design too like BOTW or just the art style only?



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AngryLittleAlchemist said:
StuOhQ said:

It really is gorgeous in 1080p. Arms also uses a simple style to it's advantage, as does Mario Odyssey. Fast RMX is gorgeous as well. 

Some games that I love that DON'T look great on the Wii U?

Ys VIII, Dragon's Dogma, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. 

Yeah Xenoblade Chronicles 2 does look pretty bad on the Wii U. A black screen is just not my aesthetic. 



Breath of the Wild is the first game that comes to mind. It just looks beautiful.

Also I think there is something really amazing about seeing something like Mount Doom or Hyrule Castle in the distance and then you can experience that location in full detail. I have never actually seen something like that in a game. Either you have a pretty game with set pieces, where you just can't go to that pretty locale, or you get something like Minecraft where you can go there, but the graphics are pretty basic.



BoTW and Odyssey so far. I'm hoping that changes soon.



What about Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle? In my opinion the Ubisoft Italia's game is, graphically speaking, the most beautiful title on Nintendo Switch.



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Wicked97 said:
What about Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle? In my opinion the Ubisoft Italia's game is, graphically speaking, the most beautiful title on Nintendo Switch.

I think Mario + Rabbids was Ubisoft Paris... but don't quote me on that.



HoangNhatAnh said:
Jranation said:

Yep! I am actually hoping Nintendo can make a new RPG (New or old IP) and use the same art style as BOTW. 

Big world design too like BOTW or just the art style only?

Yep both. 



Pocky Lover Boy! 

I feel like BotW takes the cake here, but that's for 1st party and overall. For third party, I'd have to mention the newly released Mortal Kombat. It's just kind of amazing that Switch got that game.



Smash.

Implosion, Manticore, Mario Kart 8, and Octopath are also up there.

I am also a huge fan of Ultra Street Fighter II's new graphics. They blew me away.



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Wicked97 said:
What about Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle? In my opinion the Ubisoft Italia's game is, graphically speaking, the most beautiful title on Nintendo Switch.

I wouldn't put it at the top spot myself but it's definitely in my top 10.

Vodacixi said:
Wicked97 said:
What about Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle? In my opinion the Ubisoft Italia's game is, graphically speaking, the most beautiful title on Nintendo Switch.

I think Mario + Rabbids was Ubisoft Paris... but don't quote me on that.

It was Ubisoft Milan.

SammyGiireal said:
In terms of keeping up the resolution at 720p or about less at some points 60fps undocked and looking gorgeous through some trickery and Nintendo Wizardry ...Mario Oddyssey... In terms of looking like a "wow I can't believe I can run this on a portable system"...Hellblade.

Pretty much how I feel; in terms of polished beauty Mario Odyssey, in terms of sheer graphical power, Hellblade.

Honourable mentions in one or both categories go to Fast RMX, Outlast II, Doom 2016, Wolfenstein II, Kingdom Battle, and Yoshi's Crafted World.



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