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    Greg Davies
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    Many complaints by critics criticizing the graphics in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on the Switch. Many are saying the game gets real fuzzy and drops resolution when played in handheld mode. While the resolution does drop slightly I don’t think the graphics are bad or suffer significantly. On both the TV and in handheld mode Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a nice example of beautiful graphics meeting good art style. For those who’ve played it what are your thoughts?

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    #5531

    NoWayzz
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    The graphics aren’t bad, but it does look better on the TV. There are some frame-rate issues, but not a deal breaker. The game is good, I’d say the graphics are a 8.5 / 10.

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    Greg Davies
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    The art style and creativeness in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 isn’t as good as Xenoblade Chronicles X, but that isn’t a deal breaker. The graphics are still nice, and I’m actually enjoying the anime style for the characters.

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    Blizzo
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    Some of the locations and areas are amazing, but the character design is a let down. Still think Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii is the best – or the New 3DS port. The graphics in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 are decent, but at time uninspired like the original. Still loving the sequel though!

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