|QUOTE (sivispacem @ Sunday, Aug 19 2012, 12:18)|
|QUOTE (Gtaghost22 @ Sunday, Aug 19 2012, 11:08)|
|PS3 was always projected to be the smallest market for F3 and NV and therefore deserving of the least attention.|
Why did they even bother developing it for the PS3 then?
Because if they hadn't PS3 owners would have been up in arms about not getting the game.
That's not true, The Witcher 2 wasn't released for PS3 and i didn't see anyone complain, they could've easily made it a X360/PC exclusive and nobody will complain.
Do you know why i respect developers like CD Projekt?
Because they came out and said "The Witcher 2 won't be released for PS3 because we don't have enough money to make two ports" so they choosed the 360.
Bethesda keeps promising PS3 users every year that both console versions will be identical and how they got better at developing for PS3 and some bullsh*t PR statements, when infact they are getting worse, Oblivion is the only game they made that actually ran better on PS3, do you know why? because it got released a year later after the 360 version, what does this prove? It proves they can easily make a good PS3 version if they took thier time or dedicated a big team for that version, but like you said they don't even care about the PS3 fanbase which is just f*cking rude if you asked me, who cares if Skyrim sold 6 millon copies on Xbox 360 and only 4.5 on the PS3? 4.5 million gamer is still alot, you can't just ditch them like that.
|Aside from the juvenile nature of the comment, you're insinuating that everyone who disagrees with you is automatically some kind of deluded fanboy|
I don't attack anybody that disagrees with me, i always get attacked first for stating my opinion then
i start defending myself.
That guy WAS being a fanboy, saying that he is surprised that open-world games are even running on PS3 isn't fanboyish? He doesn't even have the f*cking system so how could he know? i already listed 10 sandbox games that work like wonders on my PS3, why can't bethesda games (Oblivion aside) be the same?