Gadgets 360 says: “As for the game on the Nintendo Switch? It looks not too dissimilar from the game’s original Xbox 360 release in docked mode. When hooked up to a big screen, it has a softer image versus the PS4 version of Tales of Vesperia while the frame rate in combat appears to be lower too. All things such as the Nintendo Switch’s underpowered internals considered, it’s passable when you’re playing it in docked mode.
In handheld mode, however, Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition appears blurry at times, which definitely takes away from the experience. With the game not having any PS4 Pro-specific enhancements, we’d recommend Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition on either of Sony’s consoles, rather than the Nintendo Switch, unless you’d be playing it on a TV and not in handheld mode on Nintendo’s console.”