As a first look at how multi-platform development may pan out on Switch, it’s fair to say that Dragon Quest Heroes 2 probably isn’t that enlightening. Not only is it a launch title for a new console, but there’s a definite sense that more effort could have gone into optimisation – and perhaps more cutbacks may have been prudent in stabilising performance. However, it’s safe to say that in cross-generational terms, this title draws more upon its PS3 heritage than it does on its PS4-enhanced assets. That’s absolutely fine for this title, but a solid, consistent frame-rate really is a must – and in this regard, PlayStation 4 offers up a huge improvement to the core gameplay experience.
[Source: eurogamer.net ]