1 Year Member
- Sep 14, 2018
I agree.It's a 20 year old game running on a system with a 20mhz processor. If it can't run on the Switch properly then that's just sad.
Judging from the various gaming communities it looks like Switch shooters outsell PS4 if a game is released on both. I guess a lot more people than you'd think don't mind.Yes because everyone wants to play shmups with 6+ frames of lag
I'm also a Switch owner, but please don't do that...
The Switch apparently can't even run Megaman X on SNES without dropping frames. It's becoming increasingly common for the ports to be lazier and lazier, and since most of the retronerd collectors buy Switch versions the companies have little reason to care.It's a 20 year old game running on a system with a 20mhz processor. If it can't run on the Switch properly then that's just sad.
Yeah, the Switch sucks and so do lazy ports. That's why I own a PS4 and thankfully M2 doesn't do lazy ports. I still think a lot of people complain about unacceptable lag and wouldn't know the difference most of the time if it wasn't constantly brought up.What i meant was that if you have considerably more lag then the original PCB, it's not a cool thing. Even worse if the port is based on a previous port (from a few generation ago) and now they introduce even MORE lag.
Take a look at these numbers: