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Ladies and gents, the club returns! This time to take on what was to be the biggest game of 2020, Cyberpunk 2077. But just like that insane year, things did NOT go as expected. But maybe, just maybe there’s something here worth saving. We’ll try our hardest to talk about it without going on too many tangents.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is an open-world, action-adventure story set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, glamour and body modification. You play as V, a mercenary outlaw going after a one-of-a-kind implant that is the key to immortality. You can customize your character’s cyberware, skillset and playstyle, and explore a vast city where the choices you make shape the story and the world around you. Become a cyberpunk, an urban mercenary equipped with cybernetic enhancements and build your legend on the streets of Night City.

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23 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077 | Gentlemen's Gaming Club”

  1. >Did all the important sidequests and still was only allowed suicide. BRO. MY DUDE. BRO. You ALWAYS have the two options of suicide, or siding with Arasaka! You just smashed your way threw the dialog huh?

  2. Cyberpunk reaction after months of publisher and public demanding, death threats and complaining it wasn't out already; WE WANT SHITTIER GAMES AND NO CRUNCH!!!
    Ratchet and Clank Reactions when no one was really bothered about it coming out any time soon; WHY DOESN'T THE GRASS MOVE WHEN I FART AROUND IT?!?!?!

  3. I have a beast pc, fps was not the issue. t-poses still everywhere, being launched into space, falling out of the world, quests breaking, sound loops/glitches, awful weapon balancing, random 1shots from enemy's. all this was as of 1.22, then I uninstalled. Maybe next year.

  4. Agreed. It is advisable to mantain neutral expectations. Marketing is often guilty of participating in the self-deception of people who want to believe in these promises as if they were gonna fill the void in their lives.

  5. Just watching this made me mad. Cyberpunk truly had some excellent moments, but you have to swim through a lake of mediocrity to get to those moments.

  6. Rogues eyebrows flickering makes me wonder if Oda's blonde eyebrows are intentional or not lol.

    I love the cyberpunk2077 universe but I played myself my first play through. I fell in love with Takemura and did everything to romance him only to find out at the end of it all he wasn't romanceable, like come on all the looks he gives you how could he not be! D:

    One of the things I found that made things feel out of place playing like that with my corpo character is I personally wanted to get Takemura home safe no matter what even after learning that you release the apocalypse on the world selfishly I was okay with that as long as Takemura was alive but a lot of the npc's would tie in your characters intentions with climbing the corporate ladder which we aren't really given a good look into what our V had before our V's fall from grace. We don't know what kind of apartment she had before getting her penthouse in Night City or if V ever had real food being a corpo. We have no motivation to go back to Corpo besides Takemura to me. So having Johnny constantly tell you that you shouldn't do the corpo path because money isn't worth it didn't fit the fact that I was purely doing it because of Takemura and not because I wanted recognition from any arasaka family member etc.

    Still enjoying the game though.

  7. PC was fine, I enjoyed it, few bugs as all games have. GTA5 and RDR2 had massive game breaking bugs as well upon release. Last gen console owners have a right to be annoyed, though, as this game shouldn't be on those consoles due to its complex, huge world. Even with this gen consoles, the hardware will struggle to get it to PC levels of its visuals. It's just the nature of the beast.

  8. I never played more than 10 hours, just found it too cluttered and busy for my personal taste but from watching my bf and some of my friends play it did seem like it had a great vision behind it. Just a shame so much else got in the way

  9. I can't stand watching videos on cyberpunk like this! After any point you try to make im just like "this is your fault!" all of these youtubers and influencers and people who just need to delete twitter hyped up this game way too much and essentially forced CDPR to release the game 2 years early! The game is not glitchy or buggy or whatever. It's not finished. Period! CDPR said years ago that this game needed to wait a few console generations because the technology we had at the time just couldn't run it (see any xbox footage of this game for details) but you people were so impatient you basically forced them to create another no mans sky. I saw that correlation back when cyberpunk was released and because of that I have not and will not play this game until CDPR has the chance to FINISH it. Not improve it, but to actually finish it.

    TLDR: all this heartache and BS is your fault for rushing the game and I have no pity for anyone who got the game expecting anything other than first day no mans sky. Fuck off.

  10. For open-world games like Skyrim, it’s completely valid to just wander and explore and never finish the game. If people build a game that makes the side material more fun than the main material, that’s outright an invitation to explore the world and forget the central text. It’s just unfortunate when these games also implausibly include a clock in the main story, because either it is completely unenforced and therefore makes this world feel less real, or it is enforced and the game is fighting against its own design.

  11. When Santell said "glitches" I thought "strange, I barely ran into anything", and then he said that he bought in a PS4, it explains a lot, never get a toaster to do the work of a PC.

  12. 14:52 "Didn't go back because I got such a shitty ending…" proceeds to talk about wanting to do the default Arasaka ending

    Both choices are available in any playthrough by going through the main quest line, you just decided to take the "Easy Way Out" ending the game offered, instead of playing the default ending, and then complained the ending was bad. The suicide ending is supposed to be tasteless and unsatisfying (as the game suggests it should be) to suggest to the player that any other ending, which will have you take on the game's antagonist in some shape or form, is preferable and more satisfying. I'd honestly like to know your updated opinion, if you ever return to the game…

  13. They made the suicide ending with the video messages the most depressive and heart wrenching one as it should be, leaving the loved ones behind.
    When I've gone through the endings I've totally forgot what Judy have gone through and felt even more sorry for her.


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