I am not one to encourage remasters, but we need a Skyrim remaster

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9 months ago#1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGGZRJQ-xnM

My God...everything looks so life-like in that Skyrim video. Just imagine if Bethesda were to remake Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim with these graphical enhancements for the Xbox One. I would probably not play another game ever. lol

Would you buy a Skyrim remake on the Xbox One if it had the graphics like these in this video? I know I would. It would have to be the legendary edition of course. :P
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9 months ago#2
I for one encourage as much remasters as they want. I have NO idea why people hate on them. But I would rather have oblivion than skyrim so maybe a elder scrolls pack with morrowind, oblivion and skyrim?
9 months ago#3
SignalMyMiseryy posted...
I for one encourage as much remasters as they want. I have NO idea why people hate on them. But I would rather have oblivion than skyrim so maybe a elder scrolls pack with morrowind, oblivion and skyrim?


Oblivion is fugly no matter the specs it's running on. And some of us would rather they figure out backwards compatibility rather than port the popular stuff and use that as an excuse as to why we don't need it. Remasters are only good for games that deserve more sales than they got last Gen. So far, only TLoU and Metro qualify, the rest didn't deserve ports.
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9 months ago#4
I'd rather not play that broken game. Till this day, it's still broken with bugs and glitches.
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9 months ago#5
Chaos_Matazaki posted...
I'd rather not play that broken game. Till this day, it's still broken with bugs and glitches.


Yeah, but dem graphics. :O
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9 months ago#6
Nope. I am just fine with my Xbox 360 copy. I would rather see Bethesda develop The Elder Scrolls VI.
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9 months ago#7
I'd rather they just make the game have even decent combat instead of some texture mods.
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9 months ago#8
Chaos_Matazaki posted...
I'd rather not play that broken game. Till this day, it's still broken with bugs and glitches.


This is one of those rare times i would definitely say PC is better. Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim are good in their own rights, but my God the mods that are available to both add so much game play. Plus it seems their are mods that actually fix most of the bugs that exist. I think the modding community does a better job of debugging the elder scroll games then the devs do.
9 months ago#9
There is a remaster for Skyrim, it's on PC with mods added.
9 months ago#10
uniquebadger posted...
Chaos_Matazaki posted...
I'd rather not play that broken game. Till this day, it's still broken with bugs and glitches.


This is one of those rare times i would definitely say PC is better. Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim are good in their own rights, but my God the mods that are available to both add so much game play. Plus it seems their are mods that actually fix most of the bugs that exist. I think the modding community does a better job of debugging the elder scroll games then the devs do.


Lol, amazing what can be accomplished by free labor and no deadline's. Bethesda just being lazy, mirite?
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