Cyberpunk 2077's first DLC disappoints fans

yukka

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I don’t think you understand the word “subjective”.

I get it mate, you don’t like it. Now try and imagine the possibility that other people have different opinions than you. It’s difficult I know but really really try and then maybe you might be able to comprehend my comments…
I do like it. I played it a few weeks ago for three hours. Think I’m on the romancing missions now. You think it’s the best AAA title released in a Covid year when most AAA titles were either COD or delayed. Honestly I can’t think of another AAA game that released that wasn’t a sequel or Destiny. I mean, the driving in cyberpunk sucks right? No one who has played GTA V is playing cyberpunk for the driving. At least admit the driving is total ball bags. That the traffic lights magically change when you get to them and the npc drivers are dumb as hell. Anyway. Sure I’ll play another three hours in a month or two.
 
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Shadowboxer

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I do like it. I played it a few weeks ago got three hours. Think I’m on the romancing missions now. I get it. You like it. You think it’s the best AAA title released in a Covid year when most AAA titles were either COD or delayed. I comprehend plenty. Maybe not the way you like. But I get it. You don’t like that I don’t like what you like as much as you like. Or something.
Exactly it’s not the best game ever but what else is there? It’s not just down to covid, there hasn’t been any real quality big name games for a while before that. Plenty of indie stuff but no big games. Cyberpunk had a lot of what we were all missing but the game itself is a bit unpolished, outside of the great story, world and graphics the rest was a bit dull, the combat was a bit boring and the crafting and in game economy is completely broken. The cars didn’t handle as well as you’d like them too and the AI is hopeless and kills the emersion.

I simply stated my opinion. And you had a problem with it for whatever reason. I simply defended my opinion, at every point I mentioned it was subjective. I’m not sorry I expressed it..
 

yukka

Posts: 1,003   +158
Exactly it’s not the best game ever but what else is there? It’s not just down to covid, there hasn’t been any real quality big name games for a while before that. Plenty of indie stuff but no big games. Cyberpunk had a lot of what we were all missing but the game itself is a bit unpolished, outside of the great story, world and graphics the rest was a bit dull, the combat was a bit boring and the crafting and in game economy is completely broken. The cars didn’t handle as well as you’d like them too and the AI is hopeless and kills the emersion.

I simply stated my opinion. And you had a problem with it for whatever reason. I simply defended my opinion, at every point I mentioned it was subjective. I’m not sorry I expressed it..
You told someone that they “lacked capacity” to enjoy the game when they disagreed with you.
 

arrowflash

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Now I have played CP2077 and I have some impressions. I must say I'm disappointed, even if my expectations weren't too high to begin with. Version 1.3 is relatively well polished and I didn't encounter too many bugs or glitches (albeit still a few annoying ones), but having over 50 hours clocked in my save, I can say CP2077 is a mediocre game that no amount of patching or bugfixing will ever fix.

CP2077 disappoints as a cyberpunk RPG (better to just replay any of the Deus Ex games for that), disappoints as an open world sandbox (better to just replay any GTA or JC for that), and disappoints as an open world RPG (Fallout 4 and NV are better). In most aspects it even disappoints compared to The Witcher 3, CDPR's previous game. The only impressive thing is the graphics. Unlike others are saying here, I'm finding the dialogue, story and side missions dull and uninteresting, Jackie was the only captivating character so far.

That the traffic lights magically change when you get to them and the npc drivers are dumb as hell. Anyway. Sure I’ll play another three hours in a month or two.

The traffic lights are really strange, the NPC traffic often seems to just ignore them. And sometimes they will stop when the lights are green. I get the impression the traffic lights in this game are just decoration.

It's not only the NPC drivers who are dumb as hell, the random NPC pedestrians too. Sometimes if I move and stop my car over the sidewalk, a walking pedestrian will walk and bump into it, ragdoll and act as if they've been run over in a hit and run, and trigger police response. Insurance fraud jokes aside, that's ridiculous.

Random NPC AI and behavior, both for drivers and pedestrians, are extremely limited and robotic even compared to much older open world games like GTA 3, GTA San Andreas and True Crime: New York City. Or even compared to The Witcher 3. They're more like moving props than NPCs. I found this extremely disappointing.
 
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