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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 on Switch Tested! Complete Tech Breakdown

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An exclusive sequel on Switch as developed by Team Ninja. With full focus on Nintendo's machine you'd hope to see a finely optimised experience, but that's sadly not the case. Dynamic resolution and a sub-30fps read-out mar what's otherwise a solid hack and slash title.


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