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You guys do not want to go over there. It's a big ball of envy, whining, and stupidity.
We just need EA to buy out bethesda, and fire pete hines, xbox fanboy supreme 2 seconds later.
EA may nickle and dime it's customers, but it nickle and dimes it's customers equally.
What's that bethesda? you can't program or port an add on cuz it was made specifically for the 360? Well EA went out and bought the rights from microsoft to bring an entire game over in the way of mass effect 1 to the ps3 fans. So tell us how hard it is to add crossbows again.
Envy. Whining. Stupidity.
You didn't think that you were the only one? He was the first.
No "Sony being dicks"? They're the company that chose to make their system hard to develop for. TC's sounds like a Sony fanboy in this topic
Bethesda should know the system they release their product on and how to work with it otherwise make it a Xbox and pc exclusive but they would of lost out on a lot of $$$$ if they did that. By the way I'm not a fanboy I'm a gamer I have both systems.
"I'd be a lot warmer and a lot happier with a pipe full of weed..."
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: blaming either sony or beth exclusively is stupid. The PS3 may be harder to develop for, but there are tons of developers who cross platform regularly without a problem. It's not like it's impossible. Bethesda could have DLC out on the PS3 if they had thought about the system at all when developing the DLC. Just as the PS3 could already have the DLC, had sony made the system easier to develop for.
Really, you kind of have to give the edge in this argument to Sony. Bethesda has access to the tools to put DLC on the PS3. They just chose not to use them during initial DLC development. Just because it is more difficult doesn't mean you don't have a responsibility to your customers.