Bethesda is on fire with all of their quality releases, utilizing Virtual Reality and the Nintendo Switch's potential.
Honestly I want to buy a PSVR just so I can play Doom in VR. That game is tight. Microsoft needs their own VR headset or really they're truly lost IMO, especially considering the power of the XB1 X
Yeah but I mean Bethesda themselves, like as a developer not something made by another studio all I've seen is Skyrim this or Skyrim that, a game which came out in 2011. Then even when you see a mention of Fallout 4 with whatever they've done with that it's a game which came out in 2015. You'd think we'd see a spiritual successor to New Vegas by now, a new IP or even a single drop of hint worthy info on Elder Scrolls VI.
it takes into account the generation, not necessarily just now. but right now they are way ahead of the curve.
"...taking advantage of Virtual Reality..." I wouldn't refer to Skyrim VR and employ the phrase taking advantage in a positive light.
I would barely call it utilization. Any game that does not take advantage and simply utilizes is not availing itself of the medium. It isn't pushing anything forward. It isn't even treading water. It is a step back for VR. Skyrim VR is a ridiculous cash grab...and I say that loving VR, loving PSVR, and loving Skyrim - over 600 hours on various platforms.
https://youtu.be/rVd2UsLkoU... Oh ya, Bethesda is just lighting it up with that VR shovelware.
Since their creation club nonsence a lot of people don't like them anymore. Just look on reddit or youtube. And well served.
Yep. Also this recent B.S.of charging $ for the Skyrim SE Survival mode is hammering the last few nails into the coffin. What a sad state of affairs truly. Especially when you have devs like CD Projekt Red who are doing the complete opposite.
Yeah they're on fire alright, just not in a good way. I speak primarily about Zenimax and their greedy anti-consumer practices of the past 2 years, which have only gotten progressively worse.
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