Wild nature also breathes from the paddone
The first point we want to focus on is to assure all Wii U owners that the Breath of the Wild’s gaming experience is practically the same on both consoles.
There have been no cuts in features or content, so whatever the version of the game on which your purchase is made, you may enjoy the same gambling experience. This does not mean, however, that the two products are exactly the same as there are differences, mainly on a technical level.
If we wanted to remove the most annoying pebbles from the shoes, we found some deterioration in the game’s performance compared to the new hybrid console.
The most obvious is the drop in the framerate, in some cases even rather abrupt, during the most chaotic phases, such as when we fought against a discrete stake of enemies at one and the same time, both during the scouts for the woods, looking at the title go to clicks while we shot the camera perched on the tallest branches. The second most important but far less serious defect is the aliasing that we must admit is quite accentuated, a symptom of a lesser resolution of the native image.
These are the most obvious aspects that could nose the nose of most video game players, considering also the qualitative standards that Nintendo has always used to , which has often given up on something in the graphics industry to ensure a smooth gameplay. The “problem” of this Zelda is that a lot of the gameplay impacts on the gaming engine and then on the framerate, limited to 30 and – as we have already said – not anchored to that threshold.
Saving princess Zelda always has its charm
From the very first moment you wake up in Link’s way, you will begin to discover Hyrule immersing it 360 ° in it: among the woods, streams, snowy peaks and deeper dungeons. The graphic style remains delicious even with these small smudges, saturated colors and loads will accompany you pleasantly throughout the adventure along with the wonderful soundtrack.
As you probably have already understood by reading the reference review ,