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Cyberpunk 2077 review: Cyberpunk 2077 is the game of the decade - Digital Spy

"We could wax lyrical about how good this game is for another ten years, and we still think the conversation would be relevant - so yes, we think Cyberpunk 2077 is the game of the decade. This is an event, and a big moment in gaming, because the brilliant Cyberpunk 2077 is laying down the stepping stones for greater feats in the future. If you only play one next-gen game, make it this one." - Digital Spy

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Neo111785d ago (Edited 785d ago )

It is possible that some fans of short, polished, but limited in scope games are disappointed by naming C2077 game of the decade. However, in my opinion, open-world RPGs are the most difficult and time-consuming type of games. If you are able to master this genre - you are the best in the world.

bouzebbal785d ago

I prefer fighting games..

Flewid638785d ago

So do I, but outside of NRS, none of them to AAA production.

bouzebbal785d ago

Flew

Does it matter? I'm still enjoying KOF13. It's all about that fun factor.

4Sh0w785d ago (Edited 785d ago )

A 10 for a bug riddled game...hey I can appreciate the effort that went into this game and sure the bugs *might get fixed one day but these reviews are waaaaaay too forgiven if its anything close to what many have acknowledged the bugs should not be given a pass in reviews scores, the game should be rated for what it is WHEN YOU PLAY IT, not for what it *might be later.

I saw high scores from reviews saying almost every hour of gameplay there was a immersion breaking or in some cases a bug that ruined critical moments of the story...then gave it a high score, why? Oh bc its got "so much potential AFTER a patch", "its the biggest game of the year", "CDPR is a great dev"= all terrible excuses, it is what it is, likely a ambitious game but very flawed from everything Ive seen -thats not a 10.

SO71D785d ago

Time consuming? Yes.

But difficult? Nope.

Ddog45784d ago

I think he means difficult to make.

SO71D784d ago (Edited 784d ago )

Ha! That makes more sense.

Flewid638785d ago

I've never heard of anyone having trouble with open world RPGs.

Souls games are about it.

AnnaDea784d ago

"A 10 for a bug riddled game...hey I can appreciate the effort that went into this game and sure the bugs *might get fixed one day but these reviews are waaaaaay too forgiven if its anything close to what many have acknowledged the bugs should not be given a pass in reviews scores"

You sound butthurt like hell. People want this game to fail so hard they buy into everything that confirms their bias.

The day 1 patch has addressed many of the bugs that was hunting the reviewers. So I could give zero fucks if the reviewer got to play the inferior version some weeks before me xD

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phoenixwing785d ago

Hopefully this game will live up to this review when I play it.

UnSelf785d ago

“If you only play one next-gen game, make it this one."

Next gen is only 3 weeks old. We got another 7 years of games coming

MaximusTKG785d ago (Edited 785d ago )

I think the writer is using what the English language refers to as hyperbole. I literally don’t think he meant it literally. It used to show you how great the writer thinks this game is. Now you learned something today!!

VivaChe784d ago

(whisper voice) I think he is also hoping to get this quote included in marketing materials...

Somedudeoverhere784d ago

Still, not precisely elegantly used, though funny to point out.

Seraphim785d ago

Lol. and isn't the next gen patch not coming until early next year? yeah I get performance enhancements are still there if you play it on next gen but the fact remains....

Si-Fly785d ago

Next gen 2077 is available day 1 on PC if you’ve got the right hardware :D

badz149785d ago

@Si-Fly

the right hardware are almost always "out of stock" LOL

RaiderNation784d ago

And until the PS5/XSX patches get released, it's still not a "next gen" game.

The_Sage785d ago

I've read a few reviews and while is being reviewed well it seems some are ignoring every fault including massive bugs.

robtion785d ago (Edited 785d ago )

Bugs are a pain, can impact the experience, and should definitely be noted but should not necessarily change the final score. Bugs will likely be patched out eventually (given CDPR's history I think this will be the case). Skyrim, Fallout, and countless other games launch with significant bugs. Alien Isolation had a game breaking bug for several months and is still a fantastic game.

I would rather an amazing game with bugs than a so so game that is polished. Of course ideally both would be great but it's not always realistic to expect when you are looking at games of this scale which have already been delayed a bunch of times.

badz149785d ago

NO! @The_Sage is right with this one. The bugs should be mentioned and the game shouldn't be rated as if the bugs don't exist. All of the highest reviews so far are basically blinded by loyalty to CDPR eventhough they are not allowed to use their own footage for reviews, not allowed to review the console versions etc. they are all saying the same thing - the concept and promises of the game is great but you have to ignore the bugs and repetitiveness in gameplay. it's just shady as hell! not that I'm saying that the game is not great, but the way they are hadling the reviews is shady and shouldn't be tolerated just because they are CDPR!

RgR785d ago

Ive seen them mentioned in almost every review. However, the reviewers did get a patch which was smaller than the day 1 patch which fixed a lot of the bugs...it stands to reason that they expect the rest of the patch to fix the majority of the remaining bugs.

It's a shame that we can't see these bugs in action.

The_Sage784d ago

Right... So to give the game 100/100 and say it's maybe the best game ever made seems a bit strange.

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