Snake Pass (Switch) - Ramblin' Review
Complemented by the upbeat and charming soundtrack provided by industry master David Wise, Sumo Digital has created an overall pleasant world to immerse yourself in as you slither and climb your way through the wonderfully crafted levels. The control scheme comes with a learning curve, as all new experiences do, but it is more rewarding than it is frustrating, and feels surprisingly intuitive once you get the hang of it.
Like other games before and since, some concessions were made on the graphics to help the game run more smoothly in handheld mode. While I remember the resolution drops at launch, they seem to have been improved upon and smoothed over since I last played in April, so they must have had another patch that addressed these issues as well. The only time that the low resolution rears it's ugly head is during underwater sequences, where your beloved snake seems unable to decide if he wants to blend into the water or remain a solid creature. This is a minor issue, however, as the rest of the game is just stunning.
Snake Pass on eShop
Nintendo Switch Holiday Buyer's Guide - 2017