I was kind of concerned about the visuals when I first saw footage of the game, but this totally assuages my fears; gooseberry fool looks pretty money and I'll be sure to pick it up on Switch at some point
My hype has fluctuated on this quite a lot. I anticipate it scoring 75-80% territory on Metacritic. It looks so slow and cumbersome, even with the graphical overhaul. I just want core Metroidvania combat without a cumbersome menu system. Since when have they needed so many damaging items in this type of game?
I’ll obviously give it a go when it does arrive but my excitement has waned for it, granted it looks loads better in its current form than it ever could have if it came out in 2017 which is obviously a good thing.