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mClassic Review: Upgraded Switch Visuals Using An HDMI Processor? + Retro Games Tested

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Can the mClassic deliver a substantial boost to Switch game visuals? As an external HDMI processor, the technology certainly works in reducing anti-aliasing in most titles, while enhancing colour and adding contextual sharpness. But while games running at 1080p trigger a subtle upgrade, older 480p and 720p content tends to fare much better - as shown with Dreamcast and PS2.


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