Flip "PC Master Race" joke aside, I do hear ya. As I said, I've heard that the "old" console versions of the game really got the shaft. Sure they're not as pretty as the new console versions but that's to be expected. But I understand that they're just straight up not as playable.
That's aside from whether or not you liked the game itself. I sincerely empathize that the old console version is, by reports, an unsatisfying experience. Maybe it would have been better if they took the Ubisoft route (stop laughing, I'm serious!) and just recognized that the older consoles wouldn't have the horsepower for it and made an alternate title. As it turned out, AC: Unity's bugs and general lameness got all the press and hype but I hear that the overshadowed AC: Rogue is actually a pretty solid title if you liked the mechanics from AC3 and Black Flag.
And your service announcement was actually useful since my kid has a PS3 and I'll know to tell him to wait on Inquisition until he can get a PS4. He's seen me playing it so I know he has at least some interest in it but now I can tell him not to waste his money.
Edited, Dec 31st 2014 6:09pm by Jophiel
I don't really disagree. I would rather see that than a lazy port. The thing is, I still remember lazy port of Dragon Age I ( thankfully, I had the sexbox version then ) and, well, it angers me, because there was absolutely no way anyone could claim that PS3 was not sufficient to handle it. And that is another issue I am having with the way things are done today. I was not blown away by the graphics. All the crap in that game was already done and done better ( and the same can be said for AC ).
Eh, I dunno, I think I am just getting old.
Ok. Time to go. Party awaits.