Milestone_RP
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Milestone_RP

As Sony and MS continue to make this console gen the “why haven’t we just moved to PC already, oh right, paid exclusives” generation.
Nintendo, for me, gets kind of a pass for just doing their own thing, despite the shrieks of others, and the mockery over whatever gimmick that they’re playing with at the time. (gimmicks that will then be copied by Sony and/or Microsoft in the most ass way possible, then praised by the same people panning them when Nintendo messed with them)

diamond
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diamond

I’m not giving Nintendo a pass, the fact that they still haven’t fucking revealed anything about the NX when it’s only six months away does not bode well.

Nemrex
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Nemrex
I think this all settles down to is two companies made an initial deal, that is to bring the availability of mods to the PS4. But as time wore on the both Bethesda and Sony became less inclined on compromising on the details of how the service would operate. It hit a roadblock. Bethesda wanted more support and a larger data cap for modders to upload. Sony wanted a QA for mods (if this is true). It all fell through. Whether or not Sony if the most obstinate of the two, it is clear that they’ve been exasperatingly silent on… Read more »
Zippydsmlee
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Well you DO have to do some work to run mods, beth should open up mod order to modders so they can run a simple script to sort mods, its not perfect but at least its something.

Samuel
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Samuel

I was gonna say. Several of the mods I’m using I need to run script extender,a patcher, and a load order optimizer, and I’m just thinking: “how do they do that on Xbox?”

Anton
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Anton

Ehh, it’s not hard to imagine Bethesda stealing some Nexus Mod Manager code. It’s not like they’re trying to run games from 1993.

Zippydsmlee
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Well the Console version dose not use the script extender, so anything requiring it is not offered on the console version. Also there is no auto load order sorter as far as I know, so people really have to take time to plan out what mods to run.

Bethesda in its infinite wisdom dose what it always dose and that’s half ass it to death… hen again I do too…but I am not a multi million dollar company…

Brotown
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Brotown

Enhanced Edition Skyrim is going to come with it, is it not?

(Im genuinely asking. I was under the impression it was)

Zippydsmlee
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Yes, but no SE and manual load order support like FO4.

SmaMan
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SmaMan

Suddenly that 50% off Xbox One at Hastings’ going out of business sale is looking mighty attractive…

Unnoticing Senpai
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Unnoticing Senpai

I’ve honestly thought that for a while. So far I’ve been nothing but disappointed by my PS4 (and I’m not an XBox fanboy, I’ve never owned one of those consoles) and at least it seems the XBox One is TRYING now.

Anton
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Anton

I would hold off for a Scorpio, at least. I own both an Xbone and PS4 (as well as pretty fantastic PC), and it’s really not much better on Microsoft’s side. If I wasn’t a Halo & Forza fanboy I would have taken it back for a refund years ago.

Unnoticing Senpai
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Unnoticing Senpai

Yeah, but at least the XBone has backwards compatibility, and the subscription you pay for online gaming actually goes *somewhere* (if the dedicated server thing is actually true) as opposed to the vacuous hole that is what Sony calls servers.

Plus, the Games for Gold is a much better deal right now than PS+ games.
I’m not saying it’s a good option, just less of a terrible one. Right now, I’m sticking to PC.

RifleAvenger Sashiro
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RifleAvenger Sashiro

I swear that Sony finally heard all the complaints about the last few months of PS+ games being subpar, and put up Journey and “NOT-Dark Souls X Warhammer.” Then again, could be a ploy to make people think raising the subscription price for PS+ will result in better offerings.

Unnoticing Senpai
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Unnoticing Senpai

Hasn’t Journey already been on PS+?

RifleAvenger Sashiro
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RifleAvenger Sashiro

No clue, this is a first time for me. Even if it was, it may have been the PS3 version? This month they put up the PS4 version.

And even if the PS4 version has been posted before, I’d say that some games are worth putting up multiple times. Not everyone bought their PS4 at the same time.

Unnoticing Senpai
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Unnoticing Senpai

I suppose so.

SmaMan
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SmaMan

That’s also what I’m thinking of. Hell, Microsoft’s entire E3 could be titled “Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy and XboxOne Right Now.”

Then again, I don’t have a 4K tv, and probably won’t be getting one in the immediate future. So I don’t see much reason in shelling out that much more for a 4K console (that might not even be 4K…)

SmaMan
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SmaMan

I’ve owned (and am still happy with) an Xbox360. Out of the two, I’ve wanted a PS4 because of a few of the exclusives on it, but I’d have leave a lot of my Xbox friends behind in that case.

Sigh… this would be a whole lot easier if 3rd parties still gave a damn about Nintendo.

BAH!
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BAH!

In fairness, Nintendo made more than enough effort to scare them off.

SmaMan
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SmaMan

How, exactly? I mean, I can understand the extra work in programming for a 2nd screen, and (debateably) the specs weren’t quite up to snuff as the other two.

I feel like it was more the doomsayers who sprang out of every crevice of Kotaku, Polygon, and the rest of games journalism who scared everyone away, devs and consumers, from what is, imho, some of the most *fun* I’ve had with console gaming since the SNES.

Unnoticing Senpai
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Unnoticing Senpai

Nintendo didn’t allow microtransactions.

SmaMan
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SmaMan

Oh right, that other great thing I like about them.

Good god, this industry is so messed up…

BAH!
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BAH!

Except they do now?

Unnoticing Senpai
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Unnoticing Senpai

For paid games?

BAH!
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BAH!

I don’t know, actually. What does ME3’s multiplayer look like on the Wii U?

But there are definitely games on Nintendo platforms that feature microstransactions. What’s more, I seriously doubt Nintendo would have a problem allowing 3rd-party fee-to-pay titles. With exception to Miyamoto’s most recent quotes about Super Mario Run, I’ve never seen anything to indicate otherwise.

SmaMan
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SmaMan

The only examples of microtransactions I can think of on a Nintendo console (not including mobile stuffs) is the 3DS. There’s that Badge Arcade, Pokemon Shuffle, Rumble, and Picross and that one baseball game (Rusty’s Super Baseball or something?) where you could actually barter down the prices of the games you could get.

And that’s it really, unless you count the growing number of StreetPass plaza minigames.

BAH!
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BAH!

A short search indicates Devil’s Third (published by Nintendo) had microtransactions in the multiplayer. However, it seems other games that had them on other platforms did not on the Wii U. Of course, a lot of the extra content and DLC for those games didn’t make it to the Wii U, either.

BAH!
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BAH!

But I will say that, by and large, Nintendo has handled their application of microtransactions far better than most companies do. I mean, how many F2P games limit the amount of money you can spend on them?

BAH!
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BAH!
Well, it all started wit the N64, but that’s a tale for another time. In relation to the Wii U specifically, their policies about the use of the second screen were very controlling (as were their content rules in general), and they seemed to outright despise indie devs for the first half of the cycle. Also, the Wii U isn’t particularly powerful AND has a laughably small hard drive. Finally, the marketing for the Wii U was, at best, inadequate and confusing. Put it all together and you’ve got a console destined to fail. Financially, anyway. Personally, I love my… Read more »
George
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George

I only ever buy one console a generation. Budget reasons. I jumped ship from the PS3 to the Wii-U and couldn’t be happier. I like playing games that:
A) work
B) make me feel like a respected customer.

One of my friends said that this gen, “PS4 and X-Box1 were the best consoles but the Wii-U had the best games.”

Arella Jardin
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Arella Jardin
While Xbox One had a catastrophic announcement and weak launch, and consumers rightfully held them accountable, MS has done everything in their power to make it right since. They we’re humiliated, made humble, and have been bending over backwards to make it right. Yeah, Xbox is at least trying, and in many ways succeeding. Still, some players keep holding a grudge for things that MS has long since fixed or reversed. Sony, meanwhile, have had such a run of good pr and market share, they’ve gotten complacent and overconfident. Not just this Fallout thing, but their PS4 Pro is laughably… Read more »
BAH!
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BAH!

What’s happening with Sony this generation is like a sped-up version of going from PS2 to PS3. The similarities are striking.

Sperium3000
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Sperium3000

Nah, the XBOX ONE is still a bit toss and I don’t like Fallout 4 that much.

diamond
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diamond

PS4 is a bit toss itself.

Sperium3000
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Sperium3000

If you think so, sure.

Zippydsmlee
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Sony probably wants a million a GB on the bandwidth, that and they they are control freaks….

Thanatos
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Thanatos

If you say you’re going to compete with the PC, maybe actually compete with it.

SilentPony
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SilentPony

Having never bought a ‘new gen’ console, I’m feeling more and more justified for believing it was a con the whole time.
Enhanced graphics? Nope.
New gameplay mechanics? Nope.
4k? Nope.
New IPs? HA! Nope, its all remakes!

It was a con guys! And gamers fell for the okey doke! We never needed a new console, and everyone is spending $400+ on the exact same Skyrim as last gen with no new features.

Nemrex
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Nemrex

Not PC players. If you own all the DLC, you get the remaster for the best price of free!

That, and the new Skyrim runs on x64, which basically means mods will be more stable with it.

SilentPony
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SilentPony

Really for free on PC? I knew the Bioshock update was free, but I didn’t know the Skyrim was too.

That’s pretty damn cool. And just makes me feel even more sorry for people who bought the new consoles.

diamond
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diamond

it was not a “Con” dumbfuck

Mazinger z
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Mazinger z

Well we did not fall for it we had no choice a new console was come if we liked it or not .
But the new gen improved some things like screen tearing ,sound but it was little things you may not of noticed until you go back play a PS3/xbox360 again.

Play something like biostock again an watch the screen tearing in it compared to new gen.

It’s why I’m not up set about 4K most devs don’t want to use it cos of the cost to develop in it.

Sperium3000
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Sperium3000
Yeah… Sony has been really close handed with the PS4. Besides the mod situation, they’re the only ones in the way of cross play for fighting games between the PS4 and XBOX ONE. Microsoft already said they were down but Sony refused. Considering how relatively small the FGC is, having cross play would help a lot with the survivability of the online scene of many games. I mean, mainstream stuff like MKX and SFV will live for a while, but then you get stuff like Guilty Gear and King of Fighters which aren’t AS mainstream, With time, the online base… Read more »
Nobody's Fanboy
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Nobody's Fanboy
Ah, that old chestnut again. I’ll never cease to be amazed at how well MS has managed to spin their “Play our way or we take our ball and go home” -> “Ok, guess you’re taking your ball and going home then” conversation with Sony into how they’re the victims of it all. MS made unrealistic demands, Sony told ’em to be more reasonable [such as not requiring PS4 users to have XBL tags/subscriptions to play cross-play games] or they were out. Three-platform cross-play would be amazing, but it’s MS standing in the way through their stubborn insistence that “work… Read more »
Sperium3000
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Sperium3000

Sure, whatever. My point being, it would be cool if we had cross play.

Nobody's Fanboy
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Nobody's Fanboy

It’d be an awesome thing to have, but sitting there going “We can’t have it because big bad Sony” when it’s MS’ demands that are the dealbreakers is spreading misinformation. That’s my point.

Sperium3000
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Sperium3000

Sure, whatever.

diamond
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diamond

No they fucking didn’t you moron

Mazinger z
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Mazinger z

No he is right MS did do all that
And I remember the lies about the Xbox one and Xbox lived performance the new millions of servers Xbox live was going to get for better online play and it was all a lie .

All MS need to do is make good games and tell the truth without spin .

Everything gamer even wanted ,asked for or have said MS have said no it policy or lies.
They could even fix the master chef collection without endless lies .

diamond
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diamond

dumbfuck

Mazinger z
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Mazinger z

Your a nice friendly person can we be friends?

Mazinger z
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Mazinger z

Your a nice person can we be friends .

TGG_Is_Seething_Weasel
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TGG_Is_Seething_Weasel
I’ll admit, I actually do prefer playing on consoles over PC. Most of my friends are there, it’s useful to watch Netflix as a family, I can’t build anything, especially a computer (which why is that something people who always go, “buy a PC” miss? That is really important information because not everyone has the time or now how to build them and don’t want to spend tons on pre-made ones which really needs to improve), feel more comfortable playing on them and I just find it less toxic, with far less elitism, threat and just awful and stupid things… Read more »
BAH!
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BAH!

So, to recap:
– The new PS4 controller’s “wired” option disables the headset function
– No user-created content via game mods
– No 4K Blu-ray playback on the PS4 Pro
– Likely not true 4K resolution on the PS4 Pro

Did I miss anything? Because Sony’s really making an effort to look dumb.

TGG_Is_Seething_Weasel
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TGG_Is_Seething_Weasel

Wait what on the last two?

BAH!
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BAH!

The third point is pretty self-explanatory despite the stupor-inducing nature of it, but the last could use a little explanation.

The PS4 Pro boasts “4K resolution and HDR (essentially better color and lighting effects)” as well as higher/more stable framerates. However, the hardware it uses cannot provide both. You either get cheated up sub-4K native resolution and high framerates, or you *might* get actual 4K and 30-and-lower framerates.

I admit that I don’t see an inherent problem with that, it’s just that what I’ve seen of Sony’s official crowing on it has been very misleading.

Anton
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Anton

Yeah, “4K” on the Pro is a blatant lie. Given the power bump (1.9->4.2 Tflops), you get roughly twice the horsepower of Sony’s 1080/30 machine. Too bad that 4K has four times (duh) the pixel fill of 1080P.

Digital Foundry tested a couple of Pro games, and according to them, the visual output is 50% pixel fill of a 4K screen, upscaled to 4K via a “checkerboard” technique. So, in other words, exactly as expected.

Shui Gor
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Shui Gor

The Last Guardian getting pushed back to December 6 instead of October 25 because…..well, BECAUSE.

BAH!
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BAH!

I don’t see that as a fumble so much as inevitable. I genuinely doubt the game will ever be released. It’s like Beyond Good & Evil 2, but even fewer people care about it.

Chris
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Chris

“I don’t see that as a fumble so much as inevitable.”

How is it inevitable? The game was meant to come out on the PS3! This thing is getting pushed farther back than Duke Nukem Forever

BAH!
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BAH!

And that’s my point. Last Guardian delays are now the norm.

astra
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astra
Hmm No mods on 2 games ill never play again I think ill live Skyrim isnt really a paragon of anything Its gameplay and writing were sub par even the touted dark brotherhood and thief guild lines It only acceled in world design but with less buggy games that shine in 2 or all 3 of those areas i couldn’t stand going back to a bethesda game of all places on console Fallout 4 admittedly rocked writing wise with great side characters like nick and the other sinth guy whos name escapes me But again that too is another game… Read more »
Anton
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Anton

That is the worst haiku ever.

RifleAvenger Sashiro
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RifleAvenger Sashiro

So because you don’t care for the games in question, Sony setting a crappy precedent for future games is OK? Whether on PC or console, mods are totally opt in, so a warning message could cover Sony and Bethesda’s ass if someone bricks their game with conflicting mods.

astra
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astra
Id rather have mods on good games As jim said pc games get near infinite support on their platform Consoles arent used to that and unless you have nothing new that interests you youll for the most part abandon your backlog Now if mods are planned and cancelled on the witcher lol. Yeah id be super pissed But i dont much mind the current precident of no mods over a precident of lousy implimentation Remember when bethesda wanted to SELL mods? Lol Im okay that the company who wanted me to buy my own system crashed doesn’t get the first… Read more »
Locuas
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Okay, Genius. Listen here right now. Bethesda games have some of the biggest modding communities out there. Steam Workshop is filled with Skyrim mods and it was partially made FOR Skyrim. “Witcher 3”? keep dreaming, pal. Witcher 3’s modding community is laughable compared to SKyrim’s, or Fallout 4’s. without these two, the chances of the witcher series of having ANY sort of modding is low at best. your opinion on wanting mods on ‘good’ games is irrelevant: the modding community wants BETHESDA games. By not having Skyrim & Fallout 4 be modding friendly on consoles, the chances of modding community… Read more »
Imp Emissary
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Imp Emissary

Dang it, Sony! You couldn’t even wait until a real next generation started to act like you think your shit doesn’t stink!
Please just let Bethesda give us the mods!

Sperium3000
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Sperium3000

THE MODS! THE MODS! THE MODS!

Erich Fromm Hell
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I think The Last Guardian just got delayed. Bad news avalanche. Next week, Sony will announce a new firmware update that means you can only start applications after listening fully to Barber’s Adagio For Strings.

Anton
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Anton

The Last Guardian is basically the video game equivalent of your asshole friends driving away fifty feet, waiting for you to almost catch up to the car, and then pulling away again.

People who thought this game was actually gonna get released clearly haven’t been paying attention.

Erich Fromm Hell
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I think there’s a verse somewhere in the bible that said it’s DEFINITELY coming out. *checks watch

Anton
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Anton

According to the Mayans, it should have come out in 2012.

turbo girl
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turbo girl
I mean, I’ve been really upset with Sony this past year. They have made multiple decisions that have been really frustrating. And I can’t help but feel so frustrated with the direction their company is going (or seems to be going). So, my instant reaction was that Sony was being a major asshole with this. But from what I have read, supposedly Bethesda also shares blame in this. It’s not like their company hasn’t also been riddled with terrible behavior and bs tactics. And it sounds to me like, they failed to meet Sony’s criteria. Now, you can say Sony… Read more »
Anton
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Anton

Console mods are always going to be problematic, because the base game software is already designed to push the hardware’s limits. Modded content is more likely than not to overtax the system and crash it.

That being said, if people are made aware of this issue I do believe the option should still be available to them.

turbo girl
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turbo girl
Yeah, that’s how I feel. In that, I think people should have the right to choose. If they want to take on mods and have their game crash, that is on them. I can kind of understand why these Console makers would be weary at first because they are so used to consoles being closed off systems and being “stable”. That, this is their selling point. But I mean, at this point – why take away the choice? Couldn’t they have a warning pop up each time, letting the user know that mods can make the game unstable, and that… Read more »
Nemrex
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Nemrex

There is a warning when you select the Mods tab, with the addition of the game backing up a save file if the mod corrupts it.

Anton
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Anton

If I had to guess, I would say that Sony is more afraid of offensive content slipping by. If you look at the first page of any Bethesda game mods on PC, it’s 90% nudity mods and breast enhancements. Imagine the uproar if one of these mods squeaks by the censors, and someone’s ten-year-old kid downloads it. That’s a lawsuit waiting to happen.

Nemrex
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Nemrex

But doesn’t Bethesda screen for that shit? I’ve seen breast enhancement mods, but nothing on the order of birthday clothes. Even Nexusmods keeps much of that under an adult filter.

Anton
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Anton

They screen for it, but realistically there is only so much you can do. I could name my mod “new gun designs” and put in description screenshot of M16’s, but when you download and install the mod it’ll turn out I replaced all the guns with penises. Stuff like that is harder to eliminate on first pass.

Nemrex
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Nemrex

There is definitely the possibility of some asshat making a fraudulent mod or hell, even coding in malicious software. Surprisingly, there hasn’t been a big kerfluffle of people unknowingly downloading viruses, either on Nexusmods, Steam Workshop, or Bethesda. Yet, anyway.

But yeah, there is only so much a company can do to check all those mods. Sony wanted Bethesda to crank up the screening process, but Bethesda saw this as an unfair filter towards PS4 players that PC and Xbox players wouldn’t have.

Imp Emissary
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Imp Emissary
My first thought about it was that Sony’s problem was this too. Not wanting mods that let you look at naked people, or kill kids. That said though, a parent trying to sue over their kid playing Fallout, an M rated game, and seeing “mature” content would be like a parent taking their 10 year old to Sausage party and trying to sue because the food swears and screws in the R rated movie. I know mods kind of add a new element into the mix since consoles didn’t have those before, but what would be different from the kid… Read more »
Anton
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Anton

There’s M, and then there’s NC-17.

As for consoles vs PC, the industry assumption is that more kids are on consoles, so that format should be protected.

Kev' Bryant
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Kev' Bryant

Yeah, I would put good money on it coming down to boobs.

Imp Emissary
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Imp Emissary

No need to be sorry. You made good points.
Sony may have some actual concerns about the game not working as well with mods. Hell, it probably will have more problems.
However, I agree that they should still give the costumers the choice to get mods, if they are willing to take that risk.

Like Jim said, even on PC it’s a risk you have to take with Mods, and it’s one I’d be willing to take to get a few of the most useful ones.

RifleAvenger Sashiro
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RifleAvenger Sashiro

If consoles want to be PC’s, they need to start offering the same types of features PC’s do. If consoles want to keep a tight ship and a meddle-free environment, then they need to keep focusing on the old console strengths, like ease of use, not being shitty PCs.

Console makers can’t have their cake and eat it too, that’ll just result in an inferior product to PCs, maybe kept alive by a sprinkling of great exclusives (like Bloodborne).

Watchmedance
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Watchmedance

The only thing is that mods on Xbox One are definitely console-level convenient. You don’t have to do any meddling with files. You just download and you’re good. If a mod doesn’t work, you just disable or delete it. I was expecting a much more complicated experience, but I was pleasantly surprised.

Not much to say about the whole PS4 Pro vs. Project Scorpio thing though. It seems that Sony is hell-bent on “competing with the PC market” for some reason. Hopefully Microsoft isn’t as stupid.

HelixShade
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HelixShade

So, forgive my ignorance here but Modding Console Games is a thing?

Anton
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Anton

Only in Fallout 4, so far, but the implication is that future Bethesda games would allow it.

RifleAvenger Sashiro
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RifleAvenger Sashiro

Technically, it’s been a thing since at least the Xbox/PS2 generation, just not aboveboard. There was a way to run linux from a copy of Splinter Cell (it was weird, but it worked), that you could use to reformat an Xbox. I saw it used back in the day to mod Halo 2. However, you’d get instantly banned if you ever went online with that running)

Anton
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Anton

Yeah, Halo 2 had a pretty big modding scene – mostly custom maps and vehicles and such.

How exactly does the Splinter Cell hack work? My friend and I both had cracked OG Xboxes, but we did it with a chip we soldered on to the mobo.

RifleAvenger Sashiro
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RifleAvenger Sashiro

It feels like an eternity ago, so my memory fails me. If I remember correctly, however, it somehow downloaded linux onto your Xbox, and enabled it to be wired up to a linux PC. You could then alter data files in the Xbox from your PC freely.

Notably, it involved no mucking around the Xbox’s innards.

Jim Sterling
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I fucked it with the last upload. Sorry for the wait. New video (with actual music this time) up soon!

Nemrex
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Nemrex

Music to my ears.

Notwithstanding, your voice alone is like a thousand angels in a chorus backed by serenading harp-strings.

TrollofReason
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TrollofReason

Oh, I was wondering what had happened. Thank you!

Anton
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Anton

That’s cool, I was going to comment based entirely on the title anyway.

Something something SJWs something something ethics.

zarathustra2k1
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zarathustra2k1

Jim Fucked-It Sterlingson…

SilentPony
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SilentPony

I was wondering!

Johnny N. Gliddy
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Johnny N. Gliddy

Music-less dancing Jim. I’ve seen that GIF of you. We’re used to it.

Unnoticing Senpai
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Unnoticing Senpai
Reminds me of something a person on Kotaku said. Back last Gen, Sony was in second place to the XBox and they were willing to do whatever to make things work. The PS3 was largely a pretty open system as far as consoles go (barring the whole linux being removed thing) while the 360 was a VERY closed environment. Heck, the PS3 totally supported modding, as it was a major feature in Unreal Tournament 3, but few companies went through with it. Sony did whatever they could to paint themselves as the “good guys” and did very little to create… Read more »
Lander Ruiz Arnauda
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Lander Ruiz Arnauda
I would like to point out that as much as everyone loves Skyrim and Fallout, Bethesda has never been a developer with a lot of technical finesse in the programming department (IMHO). They usually brute force their way through problems and bugs (And it’s very understandable considering the size of their games and the overall world mechanics). In this case, I assume they knew one way of doing it which aligned perfectly with Microsoft platforms and formats, but decided to push this idea on the PS4 without trying to adapt to Sony’s policies. I can understand Sony not moving since… Read more »
Jack Trevor
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Jack Trevor

Jim is fixing it according to his Twitter.

He also needs a vacation apparently. XD

zarathustra2k1
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zarathustra2k1

Removed…
/sadface

09philj
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09philj

Wait a fucking second, where’s the background music?

09philj
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09philj

Sony’s terrified of cracking. Which is weird, because that’s what everyone loved most about the PSP.

Otherhand
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Otherhand

“This video is private”. Jiiiiiiiiim!

MegaGame
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MegaGame

well someone seem to be able to see it, but private for me also

Edit: now removed by user?

galactix100
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galactix100

Just watched it on youtube and there doesn’t seem to be any backing music during the main video so that may be why it’s private.

Andrew Christianson
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Andrew Christianson

I had no issues myself.

Andrew Christianson
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Andrew Christianson

It’s not like anyone uses mods. Ever.

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