Cyberpunk 2077 Review (With New Gameplay)

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Cyberpunk 2077 reviewed by Tom Marks on the PC version, now with new gameplay footage.

Due to CD Projekt Red’s pre-release restrictions, our original Cyberpunk 2077 review was unable to use any of our own captured gameplay footage. This review, while identical in content, uses custom footage that more closely represents the experience we had while playing.

Developer CD Projekt Red’s first game after The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an RPG that throws you into the beautiful open-world map of Night City and offers a staggering amount of flexibility in how you choose to take it from there.

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. (Featuring Keanu Reeves as Johnny Silverhand)

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50 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077 Review (With New Gameplay)”

  1. This second version of our Cyberpunk 2077 review is identical in content to the original, but uses our own gameplay footage that more closely represents the experience we had while playing instead of the trailers we were limited to by CD Projekt Red pre-release restrictions.

  2. If they had worked on it for 6 more months, or 12 more months, some bugs and glitches still would have escaped notice. They're going to be inherent in a game of this immense size.

  3. I play on Xbox one S and I do receive bugs but I haven’t been receiving bugs as much as you show and say. So far I have only had one bug that made me have to redo part of a mission but it wasn’t long so I was fine with it.

  4. How in the world the game get a nine? Just how. No matter how much fun you have or how immersive it may be, there is no way a game that is broken from head to toe should get a 9. Especially after having an 8 year head start. Now I am hype for the game and will play it but a 9 on a review makes no sense. This is misleading to the viewers that depend on your reviews when it comes to investing 60 dollars in a game.

  5. This games a dumpster fire in performance right now. Best to hard pass on it till CDPR does some major patching to it. That or wait till next month when it's in the bargain bin.

  6. CD ProjektRED should include a free PS5 upgrade to all PS4 owners of the game. The game just does not work on PS4. I feel like I don’t want to carry on with it because it’s such a bad experience…

  7. The game is a broken, blurry/grainy, low resolution, buggy mess. Shame on them for hiding/striking/banning gameplay footage, so they could SCAM millions of people. Pathetic. Expected more from CDPR. It looks like they're just as bad if not worse than all the other slimy game companies.

  8. Funny how in 2020 an old game like Vampire Bloodlines can be a more memorable gaming experience than this overhyped game. Bloodlines having way less resources, being even more linear, having outdated graphics but featuring actually charismatic characters, better roleplaying implementation, secondary tales to remember, interesting dialogs and a top notch atmosphere.

    This also proves that graphics and technology aren't all in the videogame industry. No one cares in the long run if you can appreciate a single cane in the eyebrow of a character made with the best graphical engines ever, if the game is soulless and has no essence. That's Cyberpunk. Now enjoy what we get. Seems like the AAA industry fooled us again. Also with one of the most heavy marketing campaigns ever done.


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