I’ve got a boxed copy of Redguard somewhere, not sure where. I never played Battlespire or Arena. But, I have played every other TES game to death. My only gripe with Bethesda games is their humongous number of bugs, both on release, and later on. I swear the Skyrim special edition still had unfixed bugs in it from 6 years earlier. Fallout 4 was an utter joke.
I also need to return to the Witcher 3 as I never started the 2nd expansion or finished my 2nd run through.
I had several PS3 games (The Cave springs to mind) that were never ported to PS4 and would love to be able to play on a PS5. It’s not impossible to do either. I mean, I can play or use many Windows games/apps on GNU/Linux with WINE (or Cedega etc). When Apple moved from OS 9.x to OS X, there was an emulator for a good number of years that let me use older non-OSX native apps. Even now with Windows, I can play many older titles daing back to Win 95 with compatibility mode etc. It’s not much to ask.
Either way, the PS5 looks hella ugly and visually isn’t my cuppa tea. I think we’ll see a lot of Sony guys migrate to XBOX with these new gen consoles.
I do think the 2 will be pretty close in terms of performance - the Sony will win on disk I/O, but the XBOX will win on GPU performance. Given that 2.5" SSD vs gen 3 m2 nvme drives offer only the tiniest performance differences in game load times etc on PC, I don’t expect the faster nvme tech of the PS5 to really translate into any real advantage.
At this point of time, I wouldn’t go with an XBOX S. Or, a PS4 pro (not supporting 4k discs was a massive faux pas on Sony’s part imho).