I've played both the Fallout franchise as well as the Elder Scrolls franchise and while I love both of them, I like the Elder Scrolls a bit better. I think it hearkens back to my days of paper and pencil RPGs and feeds some deep desire for sword and sorcery, which is exactly how I play my characters in the Elder Scrolls world: one-handed weapon in my right hand, destruction spell (usually fireball) in my left hand. The play is smooth on the controller and looks great on the PS4 (I'm betting the new PS4 4k upgrade makes it look even better). Another nice bonus, is that the remastered edition comes with all the DLC which I never played. It was almost immediately apparent when I was getting attacked left and right by master vampires (damn bloodsuckers).
What I like most about the Elder Scrolls, as well as Fallout, is how open the game really is. I could ignore the main quest line and just go be-bopping around doing my own thing for hours upon hours and be content. There's enough content packed into these games to last months and I generally find myself getting side-tracked with my own quests and goals that have nothing to do with the official quest tracks. I've played every Elder Scrolls game out there with the exception of Arena and Battlespire. I remember playing Daggerfall on my old 486 computer and being amazed at how immersive it was (not to mention getting lost in the massive dungeons...I'm glad they scaled those back a bit or started designing them a little better).
Anyway, long story short, Skyrim is awesome. That is all.