It's "frustrating" Xbox doesn't have same problem, bemoans CVG's Tim Clark
I've noticed that the longer I play the game the worse the framerate stutters appear to be getting on PS3. It's not major, just noticeable. I had read that some people think it is when the save game file hits a certain size (4MB iiirc). My save file is up around 7MB, but have heard of others with 14MB saves who claim to have had no issues.
Skyrim is a 6/10 and all reviewers are dishonest liars! Everyone one of these reviewers who failed to mention this problem are liars. What the hell happened? Many of them write "I'm only 50 hours in..." or "I've finished the game" and they don't mention this game breaking bug? I can only assume these reviewers are talking out of their collective asses. They only put in 20 hours just to test out the game and got enough of an impression to write a false review. How could they unanimously give 9/10 scores with a game breaking bug like this. I bet you anything that now this ridiculous bug is public knowledge some reviewer will come out and post a score that truly reflects what Skyrim should have got: 6-7/10 Skyrim is essentially a broken unacceptably buggy game that has great potential but is unfinished. Bethesda needs to stop releasing unfinished games, Fallout NV anyone? I recommend staying away from this game until there are at least 3 patches or approximately 6 months from now because why buy something you basically can't play after 30 hours of gameplay?
I would suggest that most of the reviews were played on 360 where this isn't a problem.
Reviewers are all liars. Reviews are nothing but a big scam. The proof: Skyrim. It would seem all 100% of the reviews were played on 360 because not a single reviewer mention this problem on the PS3. Its not just a small problem. This is a game breaking problem. If I have to quit and reload to temporarily fix the framerate drop then I consider that a broken game. And even that may not be enough as later when it gets worse you have to reboot the actual PS3! You have to be kidding me. Since when has this become acceptable!? This is a freakin broken buggy game and SHAME to every reviewer who did not play more than 20 hours to bring this to their reader's attention. The framerate gets worse and worse as you play on. What you see in the video is just the start. I tolerated that small infrequent drop in framerate but it gets longer and more frequent and just try continue playing the game. If this isn't a game breaking bug then I don't know what is. Every single reviewer has falsely misrepresented themselves as playing the whole game and being able to give a whole complete impression. BULLSHIT! They played 10-20hours and thought, "hey this is Skyrim, we all know this is a AAA game so I'm just going to save some time and get paid for not doing proper due diligence and lie through my ass. I'm just going to regurgitate what my other reviewer pals have said and fill it obvious blah blah blah and I'm done. I'm going to back to playing Catherine now. Wow this is a great job. I hope nobody gets a sniff of this big scam." Every reviewer has been caught red handed with their nearly perfect review of Skyrim and failing to mention this GAME BREAKING BUG! Bethesda, I want my money back!
@josephps3 If you're in the UK (you're profile doesn't say what country you're from), then you can demand your money back and the shop has to refund it, if you believe the product to be defective, they have 2 weeks to fix it (which isn't going to happen) or refund This is what trading standards told me when I made a complaint before
@josephps3 I havent ran into any of those problems. Oh wait, I played it on the PC. Most reviewers are going to play it on the PC and just review it for all platforms. Skyrim is not a 6/10 game. Maybe it is on the PS3 and the PS3 reviewing sites/magazines should be addressing the issue but to say all reviews are scam just because they dont play it on the PS3 is a little rash.
"Skyrim is essentially a game being played on a broken unacceptably buggy console that has great potential but is unfinished." Fixed Stop crying. You knew what you were getting into when you bought a Bethesda game on PS3. You even admitted it yourself. Ever think its bc the PS3 is to time consuming to program for?
"Buggy Console"? I wouldn't consider ps3 a buggy console, rarely any games have these game breaking bugs and I'm sure xbox has some games like this too.
I was just giving Jose a hard time. The 2nd part of my comment is straight up truth. edit: im playing on PC btw not xbox
"game breaking bug" Turn it up mate. It might detract from the game a bit but its hardly game breaking. I starting to notice a bit of lag myself, mainly in towns, but it hasnt stopped me putting as many hours into this game as I have work this week.
Thats why i was giving him a hard time. Jose was way over the top lol
And in the meantime, while PS3 gamers wait for a patch, the fix is as easy as "Restart your game every once and awhile." This isn't game breaking by any stretch of the imagination.
Yeah "game breaking" is pretty harsh, considering I've spent about 100 hours building up to a 12mb save file and enjoyed every minute of it. The Save/Quit/Restart method works for me as a temporary fix for a couple of hours. I just do that when I go use the bathroom or get some food (out with the old, in with the new). Dead Island had worse bugs than the ones I've run into with Skyrim.
I'm over 90 hours in, and the only reason I would give skyrim an 8 or 9 and not a 10 is because of the frame rate issues. They do get annoying sometimes, but they only last for a few seconds. Calling the problem "game breaking" is an extreme exaggeration. All you have to do is save, quit, reload, and you're good. Skyrim's nowhere near as buggy as New Vegas was. When it first came out, that's a game that could be called broken.
extreme exaggerations on the internet???? that's impossible, isn't it? LOL
I'm Workin so much that I can't even get to play it as much.saving up for my PSVITA
Ken would be proud of you.
I'm now over 30 hours in and my save file is at 7.5MB. Still no freezes, and very minimal framerate drops. In other words, this game is running almost flawlessly for me, especially considering that it's a Bethesda game. Not saying that others haven't had problems, but I've had none at all.
I did the install before patch fix. Over 10mb save files now and game running with little to no frame drops
I've had no problems so far , maybe they're associated with the PS3 model ( I've got a slim).
I play the ps3 version and I barely seen any of these issues..as for ps3 being buggy if you ever seen any of the exclusives play on ps3 you'd notice that 360 is holding the ps3 back because multiplats have to be somewhat the same quality and around 8 9 gig because of the awsome dvd 9 or MS will start crying. Anyway no problems here clean the laser maybe or keep greasey fingerprints of the disc.
So the framerate problem is because of the DVD9? Interesting...
Isn't every Bethesda game like this on the Ps3, I know Fallout 3 is I got to about 35-45 hours and now the frame-rate is even worse than it was when I started the game. Still I hope they get a decent fix for it as I'll most likely be picking the game up in a couple weeks.
Slim here, minor issues. I can play for about 4-6 hours and then the framerate just begins to get choppy and textures start looking weird. Restarting generally fixes it though. I shouldn't have to restart my machine every 5 hours but I can deal with it until the patch comes.
I wish they would test these things BEFORE realising the damn game, even delay it till December! Got a Xbox but I just prefer playing games on my PS3.
i called gamestop and asked if people were returning their ps3 copies. manager said not at all. i have the ps3 version and im a lil worried. but there is a patch next week so we'll see
Mine gets really blurry after about 12 hours. Its so bad, when I go outside everthing out there is blurry too.
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