The June issue of the Official PlayStation Mag has several pages dedicated to an in-depth look at one of this year's most anticipated titles, Skyrim. New screens and plenty of confirmed details follow.
...be a strong GOTY contender.
Well to bad ps3 will be the inferior version
You're really lucky having played all the versions already
I wouldn't be so sure. As much as I trust Bethesda they have made it clear that they intend to cater to their biggest audience. They made sure to state that 90% of the players of Oblivion and Fallout 3 were console gamers. Luckily, if they do slightly neglect the PC crowd, the Creation Kit will ensure that the community will make Skyrim an amazing game. There is even talk of getting some of the best mods on to the consoles at some point. Hopefully, everyone will be able to experience the best this game has to offer :)
Hopefully because Skyrim is on their new "Creation Engine", it won't be as bad as Oblivion and Fallout were on PS3 due to Gamebryo Engine. Regardless, PC is where it has to be for this game solely for the Mods as Chris said. Even if mods were supported on PS3, I don't think they'd take off as much (remember Unreal Tournament?)
It will be the same as the 360 version. This game is based off a new engine which means that it should have less problems on the PS3 than previous engines. Bethesda has stated themselves that both version will be equal. In the past we knew that all multiplats were better on the 360. But as the years go on more and more multiplats are the same on both consoles. But lately due to the recent change in trend PS3 versions of multiplats have turned out to be better (Brink, Portal 2, LA NOIRE, Hunted The Demons Forge). It is impossible to be 100% sure that the 360 version of a game will be better. In my opinion i believe that most mutliplats are the same on both consoles with some games (like Bayonetta) being an excepcion. Regardless of which console you own you will still be able to enjoy the multiplats.
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