See how things stack up on the two Nintendo platforms.
The Wonderful 101 originally released in 2013 for the Wii U and let’s just say the response was pretty…muted. It was published by Nintendo and become one of their worst selling titles, and one they largely ignored going forward. Fast forward 7 years and developer PlatinumGames revived the game with a massively successful crowdfunding campaign for The Wonderful 101: Remastered, and it’s now among us. How does it compare to the original release?
The folks at GameXplain decided to take a comparison look between the remastered version on the Switch side-by-side with the original Wii U release. The results are mostly good with performance on the Switch evening out some of the framerate issues that first go around had. As far as visuals, while there’s an obvious resolution bump and some anti-aliasing, there isn’t a big jump there. Check it out for yourself below.
The game is also available for PlayStation 4 and PC, but no direct comparison footage is here. The game is available digitally for all three platforms now, with the physical release for both backers and retail being pushed back into next month.