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    Default Trying to decide what console to buy Jurassic for

    I’m trying to decide whether to buy Jurassic Park tables for the PS4 or the Switch. I’d rather have them where I can play on handheld, but my little time with the game in handheld playing Zeus and Carnival wasn’t the best with the slowdown.
    Zen guys, is that something you guys think you get improved in the future or is it running as best it ever will now?
    Other players that have played a lot in handheld mode: Is it something you’ve been able to get used to?
    If I’m just going to be playing on my TV I’d go with PS4 for the better graphics and smoother play, plus it’s where I have all the other tables, but I really miss new tables on Vita and would prefer handheld if I thought it wouldn’t affect my play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter328 View Post
    I’m trying to decide whether to buy Jurassic Park tables for the PS4 or the Switch. I’d rather have them where I can play on handheld, but my little time with the game in handheld playing Zeus and Carnival wasn’t the best with the slowdown.
    Zen guys, is that something you guys think you get improved in the future or is it running as best it ever will now?
    Other players that have played a lot in handheld mode: Is it something you’ve been able to get used to?
    If I’m just going to be playing on my TV I’d go with PS4 for the better graphics and smoother play, plus it’s where I have all the other tables, but I really miss new tables on Vita and would prefer handheld if I thought it wouldn’t affect my play.
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    Sounds to me like you've already made up your mind. If your still teetering, then let me weigh in on your decision. PS4 DUDE. I have a switch as well and as you stated yourself the experience is less than perfect.
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    The way I see it is if I'm just learning the table/s and just messing around with leveling skills then handheld is fine. If I'm going for some serious scores handheld isn't an option. I do really hope they can at the very least get the handheld running at 60fps. As for looks I can deal with it for 60fps.
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    I'm curious as well about the switch version in handheld mode. Has anyone actually played it (the Jurassic Park tables) and know how it runs, specifically with a non static camera set.

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    Im holding off on buying any table on the switch version until handheld mode is 60fps.

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