After 5 years of absence, The Elder Scrolls series is back on PS4, Xbox One and PC, but instead of a sequel, we are given a port of the fifth episode with enhanced graphics and the addition of mods in the console versions (limited to what can be done with the original assets on PS4). The Elder Scrolls V: Special Edition still runs at 30 fps on Xbox One and PS4, but this time, the frame-rate is steady, making it a more pleasant experience than on 360 and PS3 5 years ago. Check out our videos inside to see what the game looks like on Sony's console.
@Tinks: not like back in the day when consoles released a year earlier in Japan. (22 minutes ago)
from what I understand the console market isn't as strong as it used to be in general (in Japan) (23 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: Who are these "we" you are speaking of? (25 minutes ago)
The reason why Nier Automata is not coming to Xbox is what we all expected. [url] (1 Hour ago)
71k on H1Z1 KoK! That is one monumental turnaround for Daybreak right there!!! On another note, matchmaking on R6 is just awful 2day (3 Hours ago)
I've decapitated, sliced their legs off, beheaded them, but they keep coming back to fight me. So yeah cool that he wants revenge on me, I dig that system but please just stay dead. (4 Hours ago)
I'm playing Shadow of Mordor and am I doing something wrong? Because these Orcs keep coming back from the dead and it's starting to become pretty damn annoying, let alone repetitive. (4 Hours ago)