Comparison between PlayStation Vita and Nintendo Switch from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
An interesting video of one of the most promising games of the moment among users who often play Nintendo Switch. This has been published recently and focuses on Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition .
After its premiere full of memes and the promise of updates, the short below shows us a comparison between the versions for PlayStation Vita and Nintendo Switch from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. You can take a detailed look at it below:
Remember that we recently received a comparison between PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. You also have below all the details of this premiere:
Three iconic locations, three epic stories: Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition encompasses the genre-defining titles of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, each Enhanced for a new generation and available together for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series X / S, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Bringing the classic locations of Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas to the new platforms, The Definitive Edition features new modern controls inspired by Grand Theft Auto V, plus graphical enhancements s across the board, such as higher resolution for textures and ambient updates, along with platform-specific features from kioscopes on Nintendo Switch to 4K resolution support with up to 60 frames per second performance on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X , NVIDIA DLSS support on PC and much more.
The undisputed pioneers of immersive three-dimensional open worlds, Grand Theft Auto III and its sequels, introduced unprecedented freedom and non-linear gameplay combined with rich, cinematic storytelling that is highly praised by critics and audiences. Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition honors the experience of the original titles while updating the experience for new generations of fans. Following the 20th anniversary of the original release of Grand Theft Auto III earlier this year, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition celebrates the series’ legacy that redefined interactive entertainment and helped push video games to the center of culture. .
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition features general enhancements across all three titles, including:
- An updated player experience
, making these classic games easier than ever to play, including:
- A Grand Theft Auto V-style controller design.
Weapon selection wheels and updated radio stations for quick change. Updated minimaps with improved navigation allowing players to set waypoints to destinations.
Improved shooting and targeting controls, with improved driving controls in GTA: San Andreas. The ability to immediately restart failed missions. New Rockstar Social Club Achievements for Members.
In addition to recently supported languages; including Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Russian and Korean, plus English, Spanish (Spain + Mexico), Italian, Japanese, French, and German. Enhanced Images , with improved graphics and fidelity across all three games, including:
Higher resolution textures from characters to weapons, vehicles to roads and more for greater detail.
A completely rebuilt lighting system, with improved shadows, reflections and more. Enhanced environmental effects, such as effect water and weather, including rain and fog, plus more distinct changes to highlight different times in the sky, sun, moon, and stars.
Enhanced details in trees and foliage, plus newly added three-dimensional details to buildings and windows.
- Increased draw distance to provide a new level of depth and definition.
What’s more of platform-specific features , including:
- Touch screen camera zoom, panoramas and menu selections as well as gyroscope to aim on Nintendo Switch.
From the classic motifs of Grand Theft Auto III’s Double Clef FM and the hard-hitting drum and bass of MSX; the melodrama of Vice City’s Emotion 98.3 and the quintessential 80s pop Wave 103; to the West Coast rap of Radio Los Santos or SF-UR’s Chicago House and the debut of presenters like Chuck D, Axl Rose and George Clinton in San Andreas, the radio stations of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition offer a carefully selected wide selection of hits and hidden gems. With over 200 songs on 29 pioneering radio stations for which the series has become known, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy coincides with the most recent release of the original versions (from 2014), with no further changes.
In addition to higher-quality 16-bit, 44-hrz audio for all station source music, as well as original ambient effects, players will also be able to experience the game with 5.1 surround sound.
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