Cyberpunk 2077 is an ambitious game that does not disappoint. It provides a compelling cyberpunk world and fast-paced action that will keep you hooked for hours. Although the game has some glitches, they do not take away from the overall experience. If you are a fan of RPGs, first-person shooters, or dystopian worlds, then Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely worth your time.
Night City is a place of wonder, filled with amazing stories to experience. The people there crawl beneath the boots and labs of competing corporations while they struggle against infernal technologies that have been unleashed by these megacorps - all without forgetting their own struggles within Night city itself! I met several politicians whose minds were being rewritten; witnessed an AI's disintegration into sinister fragments each insisting on its right exist--and stormed one chop shop which valued human lives less than cybernetic implants-as well as another producer/seller Brain Dances (multi sensory VR movies).
There are few games that can match the richness and variety of Cyberpunk's setting. The main storyline is undoubtedly among them, as it proposes something society was never meant to implement: an ultimate form for capitalism's profanity -the appropriation of the soul itself! ironically this megacorp resurrection brings back one its greatest opponents- Johnny Silverhand played by Keanu Reeves whose digitized psyche now lives within your own brain .
Silverhand is a brilliant, scathing character. He's unapologetic about his determination to tear the system down at any cost - for him there’s only one means possible in this world of ours: victory through corruption or destruction! If you too have been wondering where "punk" was when we left off with Cyberpunk 2077 so far? Your search has ended here because now it rings out across every corner like Mohawk hairstyles worn by street gangs who refuse police orders while they clash steel against each other on our streets today just as much if not more than they did decades ago before society became reliant upon technology.
Silverhand, the voice of reason in a world that has gone mad, offers witticisms during minor quests. He'll also comment on trivia throughout your journey - no matter where it takes place! His sharp writing never leaves me without an answer or comeback when I hear him speak; his delivery captivating enough to listen too even if we're miles away from each other by the endgame contentedly rage-tweeting at how much everything sucks right now.
Night City is a place where you can see the past lives and futures come to life. The four artistic movements that CDPR designed for this world make it feel like time has passed in 57 years, with organic growths throughout all areas - from fashion trends to architecture designs; even the car designs harken back to the '80s and neon colors are everywhere.
The best part about Night City is how it feels like you're in an entirely different world. The music on the radio and throughout this game makes me feel like I'm actually there for a moment with all these people, living their lives as they go through those elaborate heists that seem to be so popular these days! There's one section where I had pressed my way into crowds who were just waiting at some Pagodas floating above High-Rise Apartments -it really gave off such incredible vibes.
When I play this game, the streets of Night City seem to stretch out in front me. Each skyscraper is a looming presence that never loses its intimidation factor no matter which angle you come at them from - but if anything makes them more impressive it's being able see everything clearly with first-person perspective!
The thing about Night City is that it's no different from any other open world game. You'll go from a very moving moment with a character to then helping yourself to all of the valuables in their apartment without so much as an explanation or reaction from them - which feels kind of jarring considering how Cyberpunk strives for realism!
The game was riddled with bugs, including quest progression issues and save-file corruption. I never lost too much progress thanks to the auto saves but every now again there would be an amazing variety of visual glitches that would float objects in mid air or make blades look like they're shaking apart when it's really just me moving my camera angle around. Luckily after many large patches the game now seems to be close to what it was meant to be at launch.
I'm not sure what the deal with CDPR's first-person shooting is. It feels like I am standing on a trampoline, and when trying to land shots they are always off in some way. Moving between cover can be challenging as well making for less than ideal gameplay conditions that would make any skilled player want throw their controller in anger!
With time, I find that matters improve. The stiffness never goes away but it does get less noticeable as my body becomes more accustomed to the feel - while sponginess abates entirely by embracing a playstyle which thrives on improvisation for its continued survival against all odds! There are five broad attributes within Cyberpunk itself: these dictate two-to three perk trees each with their own set benefits.
This game has a strong sense of place. Engaging in combat isn't about running around with the most adrenaline-pumping euphoria but rather methodical, strategic play where I get into cover and shoot until effective enemy AI responds to my position by throwing grenades or flanking tactics; then it's time for another rethink on strategy.
The best perks are the ones that let you craft your character into your definition of 'badass'. I enhanced my katanas, clubs and fist with a high level power to make them even deadlier than before! The Stealth tree's finishing touch was perfect for snipers while knives give me silent takedowns when thrown from far away in this stealthy build of mine - which means no more loud combat noises distracting enemies or allies alike!
Cyberpunk's attributes improve your sneaking skills and literally open new doors. Through hacking, you can turn security turrets on their owners or download money from computer terminals.
Cyberpunk 2077 is an open world RPG that offers you the freedom to create your own character and explore its vast city. You can choose how they behave, what kind of quests appeal most for them personally or professionally as well making decisions which have natural consequences with both people in CyberPunk's society but also other elements involved within this futuristic setting!