Cyberpunk 2077 Got A Second Chance…

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Hello guys and gals, it’s me Mutahar again! This time we take a look at what happens when you release a broken product, patch it after two years and hope that a Netflix series draws in all the eyes. This game was clearly an unfinished product, but given recent developments it’s received a second chance, is it deserved? Let’s find out! Thanks for watching!
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22 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077 Got A Second Chance…”

  1. no, i refuse to play 2077. look, if its a good game now great, but thats not what we got. we were lied to, we were sold a broken, unfinished piece of shit. If you keep doing the whole "well its good now after two years" nonsense then they will always do that. Fuck cdpr, grow a pair and tell everyone to fucking wait and finish the damn game because im tired of being screwed over by companies for products they never deliver on, stop it.

  2. Game is still nowhere near amazing like many ppl claim it or want it to be. Makes me wonder if people ever played any other games like at all in the last 20 years. Empty promises and lies. Graphics and night city is amazing and that's pretty much it.

    Companies can get away with any bs just because of the consumers consuming their crap. Rinse repeat.

  3. Smart marketing moves ( medicore anime + shill channels saying how amazing and polished the game is now ) + spineless sheeple with a short memory who allow greedy dishonest companies like CDPR to get away with the shit they did because they want to play in a steampunk setting helping cement such behaviors for future IPs
    Genius move by them, regardless the game is absolute trash

  4. I'm happy to see that it's still being worked on, though I feel that with all the will in the world, there's just a bad foundation in that game and even the new gen console versions can't play with the kind of baggage this game has. I mean 30fps for RT shadows? Come on, man. You can do better than that.

    That said, I'd be interested in more games set in the Cyberpunk world, but I'd be more excited about something more like an Im-Sim, with carefully constructed environments, Dishonoured style, rather than a full open world RPG.

  5. I’ve been playing cyberpunk for a week now and I genuinely love it
    But it must be said there are so many missed opportunities.
    Car customization and garages was a bare minimum in my opinion.
    You don’t interact with your love interests except in scripted story missions. You can’t go on dates, they don’t visit you in your apartments.
    The game is also still a bit rough in some segments.
    The world sometimes seems very shallow as a result.


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