Daniel Thompson

My expectations were fairly low for Vampyr on the Nintendo Switch. Considering that the game featured an open world and lighting system, I simply expected it wouldn’t run well. It was easy to assume this considering the quality of other ports for Unreal Engine 4 games on the console. At best, I thought it would probably be about as playable as Saber Interactive’s other recent port, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. However, Vampyr, a dark story-driven action-RPG set in 20th century London, manages to run surprisingly well on Nintendo’s handheld. The Switch port even retains a lot of lighting and […]

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