12-18-2012 12:40 AM - edited 12-18-2012 12:40 AM
I find it hilarious Bethesda's the only company in the buisness that think the PS3 is too complicated to get their DLC to work........ I mean c'mon it's not like there arent' other complex games (and huge ones) out there with DLC. How come bethesda's the only idiots that can't get it to work hmmmm?
If I had known they were this fracking dumb I wouldn've bought the game for my PC..... but hey at least i was able to FINISH the game, unlike some people.
12-21-2012 01:18 PM
How can they have multiple DLC's for the Fallout series on PS3 but are unable to successfully add the DLC for Skyrim? Makes no sense to me.......
12-23-2012 04:32 AM
02-12-2013 07:51 AM
It's not because BETHESDA is favoring Xbox. It's because, as it stands, the PS3 has a very difficult time trying to "Emulate" a PC game. Let's put this in perspective: Microsoft is a PC company, the Xbox can and will emulate MOST HI-RES, high operating PC titles. Sony is an Electronic Appliance Company, the PS3 may and POSSIBLY emulate MOST HI-RES, high operating PC titles ... It so happens that the PS3 goes, "What the F**k is THIS thing?" ... Then proceeds to have a heart attack in the process. So, what Bethesda had to for us, is completely "Dilute the Vodka", break down the game for our consoles to run it. So in all reality, it's not Bethesda that's the problem, rather ... The Playstation. What Sony should do is stop focusing on the LATEST and GREATEST game to counter Microsoft, and focus more on actually making the current console better at operating game titles like this so this won't happen in the future