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.
but i dont care much about Spider man character. (11 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: i know your comment is not serious and likely you secretly loving both of these games, but at least it reminds me that i have still yet to pick up Spider Man. Looks like decent game. (11 Hours ago)
i remmeber i have bloodborne and then comes another "N"th playtrough with it. for fuck sake, such a great game. (1 Day ago)
instead my ps4 is gathering dust like shit this year. fuck that shit spiderman game and the repetitive dad of war, at least there is some ammount of variety to try stuff, even if some is ... eh. Then (1 Day ago)
yea, I don't really know how emulation works. (1 Day ago)
The CPU will probably have multiple compatibility layers, replicating each architecture. Most likely just for PS3 and 4. Any decent CPU within the last decade has the PSX covered. (1 Day ago)
@KORNdog: Probably an architecture thing, or something to do with the bios. Most emulation is brute forced. There's a good reason why the likes of PS3 are only now being efficiently emulated. (1 Day ago)