Let us say goodbye to Cyberpunk 2077 with an Honest Games Trailer! And, obviously, they let the game have it.
Honestly, again, I had a great time with Cyberpunk 2077 on my Playstation 4 Slim. I didn’t go for the refund. It worked for me and I had fun. Simple as that. I’m disappointed that there’s not enough in the game to warrant a second playthrough, where I can do things a little better and smarter. But my mishmash first character was cool and I’d say I got my money’s worth.
But there was a big sale on PS4 games this holiday season, and I’ve got the likes of Ghosts of Tsushima to finally play…
My time with Cyberpunk 2077 is probably coming to an end this week. I’ve played for nearly a solid month and have really enjoyed my time. Somehow I really lucked out and the game has been running fine on my Playstation 4 Slim. I haven’t crashed since the first few days of gameplay and everything works and looks great! It’s not the be-all, end-all RPG I was hoping for…but that’s the point of this list!
I won’t be doing a review of the game because my experience has been really different from most people’s. But if I were, I’d rate Cyberpunk 2077 an 8 or a 9 out of 10. I’ve had that much fun! But the game doesn’t offer nearly enough diversity or variation to warrant more than one complete playthrough, at least not for me. There’s promise of future DLCs and possible fixes, so I think I’ll keep my hopes up a little bit. And perhaps if CD Projekt Red adds some of the items on this list, I might come back. But as I’m writing this, I’m just finishing up a few last bits and pieces before starting the final mission, and then I’ll lay down my controller and move on to something else.
So while I’m still interested in Cyberpunk 2077, how about a list of things I’d like to see added to the game in the future. Join me after the jump!Read the rest of this entry
The day has come! Cyberpunk 2077 has arrived and it’s already downloaded onto my Playstation 4! I haven’t played it yet — but will soon — and hopefully I don’t encounter as many of the problems as others might be. Hopefully it’s just a fun, enjoyable game!
The launch trailer sure looks neat!
I’m going to dive in, create my character, hopefully have some fun, hopefully not encounter too many bugs. And we’ll see how all of that goes! Enjoy Cyberpunk 2077 everybody!
We’re still three weeks away from the (latest) release date for Cyberpunk 2077 and I am still very excited about this game. The delays have not dampened the hype for what could be the game of the year…not that it’s had much stiff competition. Still, to ease the wait, CD Projekt Red put out another trailer!
And the game still looks great! It still looks incredibly immersive! A couple different gaming websites have put out articles this week about getting some solid playtime in demo copies, and the game sounds like everything I hope it’s going to be.
So now it’s just a matter of sitting backing and waiting for Dec. 10. Thankfully, I’m on vacation that week, so I imagine I will lose several days to the game!
I say Cyberpunk 2077 can’t come soon enough because it keeps getting pushed back! The new release date is Nov. 19 — my brother’s birthday — and I’m just going to have to keep being patient. I cannot wait to play this game! It’s hopefully going to be the grand, open world RPG of my dreams!
Here’s a new trailer.
The folks at CD PROJEKT RED have started letting some game reviewers play some demos, and it’s sounding good. I’m liking what I’m hearing. I think I have a pretty good handle on what this game is going to be, and I definitely can’t wait!
To tide us over, CD PROJEKT RED has also started something called Night City Wire, which shows off even more game footage.
So at the very least, we’ve gotten some great looks at what Cyberpunk 2077 is going to be in November!