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I would actually play it more with portability available, and may actually finish it, so as a value proposition it would be portability

I'll actually get the chance to play the game more



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I played Dark Souls inside and out. 2 1/2 complete play through with 100% Achievements.

Amazing game but no desire to play through it again especially at $60. If I had to pick I'd say ps4 for the remastered version. I'm curious if the switch is more powerful than the 360/ps3 version I've already played.



60fps, but I'll be getting both PS4 and Switch versions.



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Portability.



 

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zorg1000 said:
deskpro2k3 said:

 

How could it be flawed when it's already in practice.

here is an example: https://www.gamestop.com/browse?nav=16k-3-Divinity+Original+Sin+Enhanced+Edition,28zu0

amazon: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss/135-8134700-6351549?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Divinity+Original+Sin+Enhanced+Edition

I dunno how this particular game perform, but one is cheaper than the other.

Wow.......1 of a 1000+ games.

 

more like many multi-platform games between the consoles and handhelds. Each version is priced differently.

Example. Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony $59.99 PC/Steam, and PS4. $39.99 PS Vita.

just google.

edit: I just wanted to point out something factual with irrefutable evidence. peace out yall'

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Alkibiádēs said:
deskpro2k3 said:

 

Now here is where you're wrong. Like I said before, there are PS4/PS3/Vita games. The portable version is cheaper.

Enjoy playing Dark Souls on your Vita then. 

I know I will. Remote Play has never let me down before.



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Thespiralmatrix said:
I played Dark Souls inside and out. 2 1/2 complete play through with 100% Achievements.

Amazing game but no desire to play through it again especially at $60. If I had to pick I'd say ps4 for the remastered version. I'm curious if the switch is more powerful than the 360/ps3 version I've already played.

Not that it would change your mind really, but the game is $40. 




Immatoll said:
It‘s cute how people say: I‘ll play it on PS4 cause I Need that 60fps. Come on guys: Darks Souls 3, Bloodborne, Uncharted 4, Horizon Zero Dawn... all ran in 30 fps. And it does not really matter. Yes I can absolutely feel the difference, but after 10 minutes in the game that feeling is gone.

all those games would play much better at 60fps.



sc94597 said:
Thespiralmatrix said:
I played Dark Souls inside and out. 2 1/2 complete play through with 100% Achievements.

Amazing game but no desire to play through it again especially at $60. If I had to pick I'd say ps4 for the remastered version. I'm curious if the switch is more powerful than the 360/ps3 version I've already played.

Not that it would change your mind really, but the game is $40. 


Didn't know that. Glad to hear it's not the full $60.



I own all three systems and all three stay under my TV. The Switch literally never comes out of its dock. As a result, I buy all multi-platform games on PS4 and Xbox One depending on whether the titles is online based (Xbox One) or single players based (usually PS4).