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.
@alimokrane: crackdown isn't a system seller. Never was, never will be. No matter how great it is. They could attatch a halo 6 beta to it to help it along though. (32 minutes ago)
Forza 7 not, not four, I was thinking of Forza Horizon when I typed 4. (42 minutes ago)
exclusives coming now and MS has 4 at best (Sea of Thieves, Crackdown, Forza 4 and Halo Wars 2). Crackdown is a system seller but the others not so much. (48 minutes ago)
PS4 didnt need the exclusives the past few years because of all the XO launch blunder. XO had the exclusives then and managed to battle on well. 2017 is a different type of battle. Sony has the (49 minutes ago)
@nostradamus: This year, the PS4 is everything but a waste of money. I think XO has a problem this year with games. (50 minutes ago)
@nostradamus: i bought a ps4 for destiny, but didn't play the game more than a day or two (did all the story stuff). But i felt Bloodborne justified it as i'm a huge souls fan. Haven't booted it since (1 Hour ago)
even wii is taking more of my time. (3 Hours ago)