Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Switch Frame Rate Revealed

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
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Previews have officially gone live for Paper Mario: The Millennium Door and it looks like we now have a better idea of ​​the performance.

In case you missed our “hands-on” here on Nintendo Life, the upcoming Switch version works great on both handheld and docked. As for the frame rate, it seems to be 30 frames per second – so it might take some time to adjust if you played the original on GameCube. Here’s exactly what we had to say:

“The game also runs flawlessly in both formats, at least in the 15 hours we’ve played. We haven’t noticed a single frame drop, both docked and undocked. However, a downgrade compared to the GameCube version is that the Switch version only runs at 30fps, compared to the GameCube’s native 60fps At first, it took us a while to adjust, especially in combat where you have to time button presses –. our brains sort of remember the timing of the original version – but overall, the reduced frame rate didn’t detract from the experience for us. It’s still the Thousand Year Gate in all its glory. splendor – at least from what we played.

According to Nintendo’s official description, the Switch version of Thousand-Year Door comes with “revamped graphics,” which could explain the performance changes. This newer version also includes an updated soundtrack, gameplay additions, and a few more improvements (which you can learn more about in our preview).

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