Star Wars Episode 1 Racer Is Finally On The Switch, PS4 Today – Kotaku Australia

The controls on the Switch are set to “Racing” by default, which takes a little bit getting used to. The ideal bumper is your repair button– a bit unusual to hold if youve pressed the boost too far but do not want to stop completely– while the air brakes are bound to B.You can revert to classic controls if you desire, where A speeds up, B is your air break, X and Y roll left and right, and ZL and ZR is your slide. The game runs at a smooth 60 frames, and it looks decent enough– for a remastered video game– in handheld mode.

After a COVID-19 induced delay, Star Wars Episode 1 Racer has lastly made the native jump to the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
Episode 1 Racer, lovingly called Pod Racer by practically everyone, is opting for $20.55 on the eShop and $22.95 on the PlayStation Store today. Nice and competitive from the eShop for a modification, that.
Its pretty much similar in terms of assistance across the consoles. Both have splitscreen assistance for two gamers, although the PS4 variation can be played by means of a PS Vita.
The controls on the Switch are set to “Racing” by default, which takes a little bit getting utilized to. The ideal bumper is your repair button– a bit unusual to hold if youve pressed the increase too far however do not want to stop completely– while the air brakes are bound to B.You can go back to traditional controls if you desire, where A speeds up, B is your air break, y and x roll left and right, and ZL and ZR is your slide. The video game runs at a smooth 60 frames, and it looks good enough– for a remastered game– in portable mode.