PC Perspective: Initial PS3 observations

Part 2 from Nic of GamerFitNation.com detailing his adventures making the jump to consoles after years of gaming on PC.

In my previous article I informed the world that I, Nicholas James Furlong would be purchasing a PS3. Being a lifelong PC gamer I was a little scared and even a little unsure of whether or not I was up to this daunting task. I would be risking everything doing this. Ridicule from my fellow PC Gamers...

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NYC_Gamer4626d ago

now you can enjoy both worlds of gaming

pangitkqb4626d ago

I'm currently rocking a PC/PS3 combo myself. It's great.

ATi_Elite4626d ago

If you have a Gaming PC then you already have a built in Wii. From time to time i'll pop in a Wii title like the upcoming Skyward Sword or Metroid titles but for the most part.....

I'm a dedicated hardcore PC Gamer. I mostly play PC Exclusives as console titles no longer provide the experience in gaming that i'm looking for.

Current playlist:
Battlefield 3
Nuclear Dawn
Take On Helicopters
Red Orchestra 2
Dawn of War II

nicfurlong4626d ago

double the fun, double the frustration! lol

kevnb4626d ago

ya the ps3 isnt a bad console, too bad the third party support is sometimes in the shitter :(.

Saryk4626d ago

I bought a Xbox 360 and a PS3, both gathered dust and are sold. The only way I would go console is a mouse and keyboard and RTS games, plus the freedom I have on my PC.

fredolopez4626d ago

what's always made me wanna try pc gaming is the internet connection, i bet it's like no other!!


Forget Elder Scrolls 6, Skyrim Can Easily Be Made Into A Next-Gen Game

ScreenRant's Stephen Tang writes, "The Elder Scrolls 6 won't be releasing for a while, and in the meantime, the modding community has been making Skyrim into a next-gen game."

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GhostScholar49d ago

That’s just laughable to me. I think they’ve squeezed all they can out of an 12 year old game

mastershredder49d ago

"Easily" because they see mods, says the gamer. To heck with licensing, terms agreements conditions, etc. all you need to do is belive in mods. Yeah, so real superficial BS yo.

CrimsonWing6948d ago

Do people not want to play a new game? Like, I’d rather see 6 than just a prettier version of a game we’ve been playing since the 360/PS3 gen…

Popsicle48d ago (Edited 48d ago )

Yes please. Did pretty much everything there was to do in this game. Took a very long time and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Skyrim is one of my all-time favorites, but I would prefer a new experience.

anast48d ago

They might as well. So far, it looks like ES6 will be mostly developed by AI.

Smellsforfree48d ago

I don't want a next-gen version of a game I've already played to death. Skyrim was a great game, but I'm over it.

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Interview on Fallout 4 with the Actor for Nick Valentine, Codsworth & Mr Handy (Stephen Russell)

Interview with Stephen Russell, Actor for (Nick Valentine, Codsworth, My Handy) in Fallout 4 which is a vast open world role playing game set in the apocalyptic wastes of Boston, the Commonwealth. The career goes further with other Bethesda games from Starfield to Prey to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

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Why MW 2019 is still the best looking Call of Duty to date

MW 2019 is five years old at this point and on previous gen hardware, but it is still the best looking Call of Duty game to date.

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EazyC95d ago

MW was an excellent videogame. They messed up Spec Ops big time, but aside from this it was a huge step in the right direction initially. Most notably, at launch it seemed to come from a very cohesive creative vision that was felt across gameplay, to story to art style/visual direction. It was also very notably written by prominent ex-Naughty Dog guys that quit almost immediately before release.

That COMPLETELY dissolved through post-launch content and the full pivot to a "cross-mode" narrative that completely obliterated the cohesion in overall story direction. Warzone then "became" the new face of Call of Duty and the franchise completely removed itself from anything remotely creatively "good". It is a pure money machine, so I kinda get why they're doing it....but I personally completely lost interest.

I would love to see Infinity Ward move off CoD and get to make their own product with full control. They clearly have some massive talent in their ranks but it's perverted by Activision's corporate interests.