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Ah.. crap.. Placing this here because it is just proof that Besthesda don't have a real clue what their customers really want. How can you trust their product without a good review from your favorite trustworthy reviewer? case in point that they don't understand what it is we do. Many of the scenes look like you are looking through a yellow filter/haze. Upgrade the graphics, textures and meshes but put a yellow haze one it. Like looking through a jar of piss playing the game. What is it with Bethesda and their filters? Just another reason for not trusting them to give a great product. It isn't any better than what we could do ourselves and actually have done ourselves. However it is built in now. Maybe when the mods get into full swing we will be able to go beyond what was the original game capabilities, especially for those that use graphics card > 4gb as I believe this is a 64bit game so there shouldn't be the crappy issue with the current Skyrim and memory for Windows 10 so there is that. Hopefully mod authors can polish this. EDIT: There seems to be a great deal of mods already updated to work with this new edition. From what I can read it is going to move pretty fast once they get the SKSE version for this game completed. Which should be soon from some sources. So for any Skyrim Lovers.. is this a YEA!!!! or a NEY!!! Chime in. I do hope I am wrong on this.
Bethesda announces they will be sending media review copies of games one day before official release. Here is the article link on Bethesda.net. Basically what this does is prevent potential customers from being informed in advance, before they make the decision to purchase a Bethesda game release. One day is not enough time for a reviewer on a platform like Youtube to do some in-depth game play, compile a comprehensive video and provide a qualified opinion. Given the release states of previous Bethesda game titles (i.e. all of the day-one bugs) it appears Bethesda doesn't have a lot of faith in their products. Reviewers being able to actually review the games seems like an unwanted burden to Bethesda.