Review: GoukiJones Cyberpunk 2077 Review. A decade in the making.
All these years in development. Does it hold up?
Well I’m sure if you’ve heard all about this game by now. People complained it was so bad and demanded so many returns that the game was removed from the Playstation store and the XBOX store. With the way things were in 2020 the majority of gamers were not having it. People had finally had enough of players and consumers being the testing team. They have only fixed a few quests in the game since launch and as of this review, nothing really game changing. Not in the way of HEY the police don’t just teleport in behind you and start unloading their clips. They don’t pull up in cop cars and they won’t chase you. Get 2 blocks away or fuck, even duck into a building like a DOCTOR shop and the warrant star will drop right off. But I liked the game. I knew what we were getting into with this game and wasn’t quite sure how it would turn out. There’s a great game here, but so many different mechanics of the city and the gameplay is out of whack. It can be fixed though. Watch this video below of my Awesome Gameplay and Funny Moments. And then read my review below. Thanks!
In Cyberpunk 2077 you have an entire city of massive buildings giving you the idea to go in through the vents with guns blazing, kill everyone, or don’t kill anybody ever. I love that stuff! The first thing that comes to mind is Deus Ex Human Revolution and its sequel. I loved those games for their approach that you can attack the scenario in multiple ways. You can develop your character gameplay styles hundreds of different ways. So yeah, on my first play through I was wingin it! I wanted to be stealth of course, I figure I could just avoid most of the combat. I choose nomad and put a majority of my skill points and upgrades into the cool skill tree. I was very cool. About half way through I started to understand the hacking and I realised probably going full-on hacker would be awesome and most likely easy.
Very hard. Didn’t really notice anything. I could get through most situations easily because the AI is not good in this game unfortunately. Get in the right position for them to come over a wall and the entire room of enemies will come over in the exact same way and in the exact same line. They just get plucked in the head after they jump over and I didn’t even have to aim, it was lined up from the last seven enemies running the exact same way. 40 hours in or so, I can’t remember. I haven’t played the game in a few weeks now. I got to the “Point of No Return” quest and it felt way too early. My character felt like he wasn’t close to max level. I certainly was leveled up all of the way. So I stopped right there. If I ever start the Cyberpunk up again I’m going to play a Tech Street Kid and just for DIGITAL!
If you haven’t gotten this game already then there is no rush. According to the developers some major patches will be released later this year. Sometime before Christmas we’ll have the completed, less buggy, and glitchy Cyberpunk 2077. Rent it! If you can.
Verdict: Rent It