With some news outlets having access to Devil’s Third, we’ve seen reports that the visuals of the game may have been downgraded from what was shown over E3 2014 when Devil’s Third was announced as a Wii U exclusive. This quick comparison video takes some highlights of preview footage that were posted over the last week and attempts to compare it to marketing footage we saw back then.
One of the more noticeable things is that you can definitely tell the textures in the game have been worked on and improved for the better, rather than being downgraded. While frame rate problems and hitches may be a common experience for those who previewed the game, Tonomobu Itagaki himself has responded to the criticism. What do you think?
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