One Image Change Could Make The Difference In Fast RMX
One of the indie games that were developed for the Nintendo Switch was FAST RMX by the team at Shin’en Multimedia. They are known for taking things in interesting directions and being fast. I was able to interview Shin’en Multimedia years ago and learned that they really care about the fans and how their products are perceived by those fans. They really want to create the best product they can! Fast RMX has been dubbed the F-Zero (so early on) in the Switch lifetime because the fans of the franchise know not to get their hopes up.
Now, the game will set you back 20 bucks when downloaded but looks great and is really fast. However some are saying that it’s tough to see what’s going on during gameplay. If you turn off the “Chromatic Aberration” setting, you should get a much better image on screen. That default setting gives the screen a more soft and blurry feel to it. (Via Nintendo Life)