For more, check out IGN's Doom review, or read IGN's hands-on impressions of Doom on Switch, which indicate this latest version of id Software's hellish shooter is still very much Doom. Skyrim was teased in the initial Nintendo Switch reveal video before being given its November 17 release date.
"Nintendo Switch fans can look forward to getting the entire campaign, and all of the difficulty modes including "ultra nightmare mode, which is a really fun way to play the game", said executive producer Marty Stratton in a new developer video". The result is a fast-paced, frantic, arcade-style shoot-em-up that hearkens back to the good old days while sporting the modern technical prowess one would expect. "They really tailored the experience toward [the Switch] hardware without watering anything down". They're the same studio responsible for ports of games like Rocket League and Octodad. Just as it's always been, just as it always will be in the Doom universe. Stratton says that means all the "awesome features" found in the other versions are here, the chief compromise being a drop from 60 to 30 frames per second. However, he does assure audiences that "we wouldn't put it in people's hands if we weren't proud of it and we didn't think it was the best possible representation of Doom".
Eminem unleashes on Trump: The 11 fiercest lines
Here's the full verse: "That's why he wants us to disband cause he can not withstand the fact we're not afraid of Trump". He slammed the President in 2016 freestyle Campaign Speech and in Big Sean's hit No Favours.
So do not forget to squeeze that into your Christmas budget along with the Nintendo Switch if you don't already have the system. Rest assured the single-player campaign will fit snugly on the Switch's 16 GB cartridge, but the online multiplayer mode will have to be downloaded separately in a 9 GB file - free of charge from the Switch eShop, of course.