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GameXplain has shared the latest comparison video for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This time around, we’re able to see how stages that were in Smash Bros. Brawl stack up to their updated versions in the Switch title. View the video below.

As part of Splatoon 2’s August content update, Ancho-V Games was added as the latest stage. Fans will remember that the level first appeared in the original Splatoon. See how the stage compares between both games below.

GameXplain has put together another video showing how stages from the original Smash Bros. stages compare to their appearance in Smash Bros. Ultimate. Take a look at the video below.

You can also find a comparison for 3DS stage here and Wii U stages here.

Yesterday, GameXplain shared a video showing a bunch of comparisons between returning stages in Smash Bros. Wii U and their updated versions in Smash Bros. Ultimate. Something similar has been done for the 3DS levels as well. Check out the latest comparisons in the video below.

Now that the Dragon Ball FighterZ beta has started on Switch, we’re able to see how the Switch version compares to the Xbox One release. View a comparison video below.

Seven years after it was made available on Wii, Go Vacation has now arrived on Switch. See how the two versions stack up against each other with the comparison video below.

With yesterday’s new trailer, we’ve gotten another look at Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. GameXplain put together a second video with the latest footage comparing the Switch entry to Pokemon Yellow. Check it out below.

With Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy reaching Switch this week, some may be curious as to how it stacks up to the PlayStation 4 version that launched last year. We have a closer look showing the two side-by-side below.

Nintendo World Report has put together a video comparing Dragon Ball FighterZ on Switch and the PlayStation 4. View it below.

Following Nintendo’s E3 Direct, Fortnite made its debut on Switch this week. Digital Foundry today takes a closer look at the game with a technical analysis and Xbox One comparison.

When docked, Fortnite’s maximum resolution is 900p. Depending on what’s happening on screen, the resolution can drop lower than that.

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