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Cyberpunk 2077 is the Biggest Failure of the Generation

Jacob S. from Link Cable Gaming writes: "CD Projekt Red is a well-beloved developer that has continuously provided timeless experiences with their work on their video game adaptation of The Witcher novels to which have become synonymous with video game enthusiasts around the globe. From their humble beginnings all the way back with their first instalment in 2007, CD Projekt Red has continuously expanded their work and has received widespread acclaim for all of their titles by both critics and fans alike which set even greater expectations with their next project outside of The Witcher franchise. After seven years of giving fans a glimpse of what was to come, CD Projekt Red was finally ready to release the much-anticipated futuristic RPG that is Cyberpunk 2077 to the world, but unlike anything that the company has produced before, this title fails to live up to the expectations and promises that were made, so much so that the game is now viewed as one of the biggest failures of the last generation."

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Thunder_G0d_Bane215d ago

No. Stop the hyperbole.

Nothing beats the failure of mass effect andromeda and Anthem.

I got cyberpunk on pc and the game is super immersive feels like a living breathing world of its own which is something special.

CaptainHenry916215d ago

Yea on PC I agree. I'm having a blast playing it. The OG consoles version are a joke from what I've been hearing.

anast215d ago

I'm having fun with the game on a base PS4 slim. The disk hasn't left since release.

RgR215d ago

Even if a version of the game on weak consoles doesn't perform well it doesn't mean the game is crap. Just means those versions are crap.

specialguest214d ago

Is the PC version worth buying now? How buggy is it now with 1.06 ptach? What are some of the remaining bugs?

gamer7804215d ago (Edited 215d ago )

To each his own , yah andromeda had its issues and fell short. But I still really enjoyed it. But to me and many others tlou2 was the generations biggest disappointment, not because it wasn’t made well, but be cause it was technically fine but lacked a compelling narrative and characters that lived up to the previous.

RgR215d ago

Oh how I'll miss the interesting world of the last of us.

potatoseal215d ago

The narrative was one of the best parts of TLOU2.

So to me and millions of other people, the game is a Masterpiece

lucian229215d ago

At least the narrative is opinion based. Cyber punk and Andromeda were factually bad due to technical reasons and due to false promises.

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potatoseal214d ago

@Lakefool

Yeah, you're right. That's why it's got a 93 metacritic because it's just sooo bad. That's why it's won all these awards. That's why it WON A LOT OF FAN VOTED AWARDS too. Metacritic user scores were BOMBED out of existance and relevance. OF course people aren't talking about the game, it's old now. But it will be remembered forever. Just like the first game.

Broncob214d ago

Agreed LOU2's narrative went too far, so depressing that it makes it un-replayable imo, I know a lot love it and I can see why, I know a lot don't and I can also see why. Cyberpunk on PS5 is amazing and will only get better (hopefully across all platforms) and to say it's the Biggest Failure of the Generation is crazy.

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SullysCigar214d ago

Predictable comment. Some never let an article pass without squeezing in a dig at TLOU2. Keep fighting for the greens I guess... lol

And @'Lakebadook', why stink the place up with your new spam account? You were banned for a reason..

RauLeCreuset214d ago

@gamer7894

Says the person who defended Crackdown 3 when it was mentioned elsewhere in this comment section. The game that was supposed to deliver on Xbox's cloud hype and is perhaps more responsible than any other game that gen for cementing Xbox's reputation for disappointing exclusives output.

@Lake

"But no matter how much u defenders spin it its still considered to br a poor sequel by most and ppl already forgot about it. "

Considered a poor sequel by most??? It set sales records and has one of the highest PSN story completion trophy percentages:

TLOU1: 39.8%
TLOU2: 60.1%

Spin that.

gamer7804214d ago (Edited 214d ago )

@/raulecreuset. Sort of, I didn’t defend crackdown. I said I had a lot of fun with it. I also didn’t suggest it should be in the running for goty either. My point was don’t be ashamed of what you like no matter how many user reviews disagree with you. If you and some others even after completing tlou2 liked it cool but it’s clear most people after completing it did not.

RauLeCreuset214d ago

"If you and some others even after completing tlou2 liked it cool but it’s clear most people after completing it did not."

Clear based on what??? Your feelings? Where are you pulling this from? What metrics are you relying on to back that assertion? I guarantee it pales in comparison to the facts of the games record sales, astounding completion percentage, and GOTY awards and nominations. Show your work.

"I know people hated on it. But I really liked it, sunk a ton of hours into crackdown 3"

Said in response to someone declaring Crackdown 3 the biggest failure this gen (as you laughably tried to declare TLOU2). You defended it.

gamer7804214d ago

@ raulecreuset

Just going off all the podcasts I listened to but mainly all the user reviews on sites. Just look at metacritic it’s in the 50s.

It’s fine if you personally disagree , it’s okay to be in the minority

RauLeCreuset214d ago

"it’s okay to be in the minority"

You don't act like it. Newsflash: You're in the minority! That's seriously all you've got? The podcasts you listened to and select user reviews on sites like Metacritic?

1) I know "review bombing" isn't a foreign concept to you. Metacritic doesn't have any controls when it comes to ensuring only actual users can manipulate the "user" score. As demonstrated by the other person arguing on your side in this thread who was called out for being a spam account and subsequently banned, there are those who aren't above using deception to forward a false narrative about the game being negatively received.

2) You're cherry-picking. The game has won fan voted GOTY awards, including IGN's People's Choice GOTY. Then there are the fan voted GOTY awards it may not have won but came close in, like the Game Award's Player's Voice Award. (Sorry, but being voted the #2 GOTY at one awards show is not a point in favor of your argument despite how some tried to spin it as such.) You neglected to mention the high user scores on sites like Amazon and Best Buy. Why is that?

3) Make the numbers work. I told you before to show your work. Set aside the above points for a moment. Set aside the fact that the game has a 5.7 Metacritic user score even with the review bombing. Set aside the fact that, to the article's point, Cyberpunk actually has a lower Metacritic user score on the same platform (if that's the only measure you have besides "podcasts" for determining the biggest failure of the gen).

To this date there are 149,749 Metacritic user ratings for TLOU2. Set aside all that other stuff and assume each came from someone who purchased the game and scored it after playing it and that no copies of the game have been played by more than one person. The game sold over 4 million its first weekend. Even if I did you the favor of ignoring everything I said to ignore, the number of Metacritic user reviews is less than 3.8% of people who bought the game just in the first weekend.

How do you go from less than 3.8% (people who left positive scores included among that number) to claiming to be in the majority? The podcasts you've listened to don't bridge that chasm, fam. Make it work because right now you aren't making sense.

ChickenOfTheCaveMan214d ago

Thing is so many people fantasized about what TLOU2 would be about, what's up with Ellie and Joel, is that hanging girl in the past and in fact Ellie's mom, etc... It did its own thing and I think created a beautiful sequel. If you like or not is based on whether you can accept the choices the creatives took may have gone against the idea of what you had of it. Sure it was messy on its construct, but only because it played the game of making you feel something at first and then giving you an angle explaining why you first impression wasn't totally right, this over and over again. A chronological story wouldn't have accomplished that, at least to the same degree. It surely was experimental to some extent.

outsider1624214d ago (Edited 214d ago )

Lol..i expected a comment about tlou2 from you.
Lol..it seems you find it hard to move on can you. To you and the vocal others you just can't seem to let it go.
Game got goty. Won 18 out of 19 readers choice. Annoying isn't it that people still seem to vote it.

Oh and by the way... you're the minority..(a pretty loud one at that)

RauLeCreuset214d ago (Edited 214d ago )

P.S. There are more positive Metacritic user reviews for TLOU2 than there are negative and mixed reviews combined. So even if we only used that metric, you'd still be wrong.

gamer7804214d ago (Edited 214d ago )

@/raulecreuset

No not select user reviews, ALL of the user reviews. Not just igns readers or kotaku but ALL users. Sure some review without playing it but many of those read the entire plot atleast. It’s poorly written, this is what happens when a game is agenda driven. Metacritic is the standard it cannot be set aside or you might as well disregard all user and critic reviews. Which is fine then Convo over

Again it’s totally fine if you like it but according to stats you are in the minority of users but you are in the majority of critic opinions if those matter to you cool.

RauLeCreuset213d ago

@gamer7804

"Again it’s totally fine if you like it but according to stats you are in the minority of users but you are in the majority of critic opinions if those matter to you cool."

What stats? You are just saying sh** without backing it up. I've been asking you to show your work. Make the math work. You just want to make proclamations without backing them up.

You lose even when I play your game by your rules. TLOU2 Metacritic user reviews:

Positive: 77,142
Mixed: 7,721
Negative: 64,858
Mixed + Negative: 72,579
https://www.metacritic.com/...

Do we actually need to go to the critic scores, the only scores on Metacritic that can claim to being any sort of standard, or are you good? You are very uninformed or trolling. Perhaps you need to get better acquainted with how Metacritic works and what the score you see represents because the very site you're desperately clinging to proves what you said is false. You're not even in the majority on Metacritic.

RauLeCreuset213d ago

Adding on to my last comment:

In case you were wondering, here's what it looks like for Crackdown 3:

Positive: 338
Mixed: 113
Negative: 561

Metacritic has more negative user reviews combined than positive and mixed for Crackdown 3. The opposite of the case for TLOU2.

gamer7804213d ago (Edited 213d ago )

@/raulecreuset

The game overall has a poor rating once you average all the reviews is what I mean. Anything below an 80 falls to average mixed or poor. If you consider 75 good then sure but overall the game clearly did not perform well for users as triple A exclusive that had the clout of the first game behind it.

RauLeCreuset213d ago

Stop trying to backtrack. It's clear what you meant to say. You said it multiple times.

"If you and some others even after completing tlou2 liked it cool but it’s clear most people after completing it did not."

"It’s fine if you personally disagree , it’s okay to be in the minority."

"Again it’s totally fine if you like it but according to stats you are in the minority of users but you are in the majority of critic opinions if those matter to you cool."

The Metacritic user review argument was a weak hand to begin with, and I let you overplay it.

gamer7804213d ago

You were the one trying to get into the breakdown to say that to people liked the game when clearly atleast half did not, by however you grade it, it’s a mixed bag at best If it’s 79 or below that’s problematic for an AAA game that gets to ride on the coattails of a much better game.

RauLeCreuset212d ago

"You were the one trying to get into the breakdown to say that to people liked the game when clearly atleast half did not, by however you grade it, it’s a mixed bag at best If it’s 79 or below that’s problematic for an AAA game that gets to ride on the coattails of a much better game."

1) Stop deflecting and have the decency to admit you were wrong. That was you I quoted 3 times from 3 separate posts in this thread making false claims about being in the majority after you responded to me slapping you with the numbers by lying about how you really meant "the game overall has a poor rating once you average all the reviews."

2) I'm the one who brought up more relevant metrics that all point to the game having a great reception and asked what metrics you were relying on to back your assertion. You're the one who responded with that "all the podcasts I listened to" and "metacritic" weak sauce.

3) I'm the one who humored you by making multiple concessions about the validity of Metacritic user scores for sake of argument. You're the one whose lack of a basic understanding of stats and the math behind generating that user score allowed you to walk into a trap I let you unwittingly set for yourself.

4) You're the one still failing at the math. There is no "clearly atleast half did not" about it. Clearly the metric you shamelessly tried to resort to, knowing about the review bombing, disproves your claim. Clearly Metacritic has more positive user reviews of TLOU2 than negative and mixed reviews combined.

5) You're the one who hilariously argued that Metacritic user scores are "the standard." The least you could do is defer to your self proclaimed standard's definition of a good score. 75 and up.

https://www.metacritic.com/...

6) That last one was solely about calling out your poor form, as none of Metacritic's positive TLOU2 user reviews dip below 80.

7) I would ask you to reflect on the implications of your "standard" implementing a 36 hour waiting period for user reviews of games following TLOU2's review bombing, just as I'd ask you to reflect on the implications of TLOU2, a game with more positive user scores than negative and mixed combined, having a lower Metacritic user score than Crackdown 3, a game with more negative user scores than positive and mixed combined. But that's too next level for a debate in which you're still trying to argue that a number that is more than half is only half if not less.

gamer7804212d ago

I was never talking about math. I was talking about the general scale on when things start to get mixed. If you think that 75 is a good score for this caliber of game that’s on you. This game scored much lower than it should have and you know it. Way more people thought this was average to poor than thought it was good to great especially story wise if you really want to read every user review the common thread is an agenda driven awful story.

RauLeCreuset212d ago

"I was never talking about math."

"Again it’s totally fine if you like it but according to stats you are in the minority of users but you are in the majority of critic opinions if those matter to you cool."

Couldn't help but point that out, but I assume you're talking about the times I pointed out your failure to understand the math leading you to draw some erroneous conclusions?

"I was talking about the general scale on when things start to get mixed."

What? I know this is spin, but does that even make sense to you?

"If you think that 75 is a good score for this caliber of game that’s on you."

It's what the site YOU insisted "is the standard" that "cannot be set aside" thinks is a good score for games. That's the site you cited as the basis for your opinion along with "all the podcasts I listened to." I indulged you by playing your game. You should at least abide by your own rules. Don't insist Metacritic is the standard when you want to ignore all the problems with their user scores to suit your argument but not accept what they define as a good score.

"If you think that 75 is a good score for this caliber of game that’s on you."

This isn't a mistake. Here's part 2. None of the user reviews for TLOU2 scored lower than 80 despite whatever impression you may be getting by my insistence you not be a hypocrite when it comes to recognizing what is a good score. That means that ALL of Metacritic's positive user reviews of TLOU2, which constitute the majority (i.e. MORE than half) of their user reviews for the game, still meeting your definition of good, as not a single solitary one of those positive reviews is "anything below an 80."

"This game scored much lower than it should have and you know it."

Repeatedly insisting you're right doesn't make you so. Part of adulting involves sometimes having to support your arguments with evidence.

"Way more people thought this was average to poor than thought it was good to great especially story wise..."

There you go again. Now we're back to math and my above point about supporting your argument with evidence. This isn't complicated. It's basic arithmetic. The only evidence you cite for that claim disproves your argument. 77,202 good user scores is more than 64,894 bad user scores. 77,202 good user scores is more than 7,733 mixed user scores. 77,202 good user scores is more than 72,627 combined mixed and bad user scores. At this point I can't tell whether it's a failure to understand basic math or English that is responsible for these repeated and unsubstantiated claims that more people thought this was average to poor than thought it was good or better.

"...if you really want to read every user review the common thread is an agenda driven awful story."

I'm seeing a common thread and an agenda, but not the one you're implying. This game has you so triggered that you readily embarrass yourself feigning ignorance of basic English and the simplest math concepts to avoid facts penetrating the bubble of the alternate reality you've wrapped yourself in where being in the minority somehow equates to being "way more" than the majority.

gamer7804212d ago

The main stats: critic vs overall user score not the breakdown. Sure the good vs mixed/poor is about dead even in the breakdown. But a 5.7 clearly shows that nearly half of the users say they didn’t like it. A game with tlou1 pushing the majority of its sales should have been a sure fire success which it wasn’t. I will concede that in the breakdown it’s almost dead even ever so slightly toward the green but a game with tlou1 pushing the majority of the sales it should have done ridiculously good which it fell so tragically short that not even the first game could keep it afloat.

RauLeCreuset211d ago

We're slowly but surely getting somewhere.

You finally concede that there are more positive Metacritic user reviews than negative. You would also concede that it was you who named Metacritic user reviews when asked to provide the basis for your claims and you who said, "Metacritic is the standard it cannot be set aside or you might as well disregard all user and critic reviews"? The Metacritic user reviews, which are composed of more good reviews than mixed and bad combined, are the metric you cited as basis for your claims that "it’s clear most people" did not like the game "after completing it"? You concede that as well? The same Metacritic that doesn't verify if someone posting a user review has purchased the game, let alone played and beat it?

"I will concede that in the breakdown it’s almost dead even ever so slightly toward the green..."

It's not almost dead even. There are 6.3% more good scores than mixed and bad combined. There are 97% more good scores than mixed scores and 19% more good scores than bad scores. That's not "almost dead even." What it is, is embarrassing for something that's supposed to be your evidence for the outlandish claims you've made on this page. How can you call something the failure of the generation when you're forced to cede ground on your own handpicked evidence? When you're having to concede that the data you cherrypicked as the be-all end-all actually shows more people scored the game 80 and up than all the other user reviews combined?

"The main stats: critic vs overall user score not the breakdown. Sure the good vs mixed/poor is about dead even in the breakdown. But a 5.7 clearly shows that nearly half of the users say they didn’t like it."

There are no "main stats." That's you struggling to find words to describe something you don't comprehend. A 5.7 isn't a clear indicator of how many users liked the game. Your reaction is why review bombing is a thing. People who do it bank on people like you only engaging that final number and making it out to be more than what it is. You know what that number is? It's the sum of all the user scores divided by the number of user scores. That's it.

"A game with tlou1 pushing the majority of its sales should have been a sure fire success which it wasn’t.... a game with tlou1 pushing the majority of the sales it should have done ridiculously good which it fell so tragically short that not even the first game could keep it afloat."

Here you go again with the unsubstantiated hot takes. Your bias is astounding. You set the bar high with your premise, which itself contained some assumptions, and finish off with yet another baseless claim. All in one sentence.

Record sales. One of the highest (if not the highest) story completion trophy percentages on PSN. Higher than the original. Higher than FF7R. Higher than GoT. Higher than Doom: Eternal. Numerous GOTY awards and nominations from both critics and fans. But I guess when you're shamelessly biased "success" becomes so narrowly defined that you insist it can only be measured by treating Metacritic as the unimpeachable standard, but only their user reviews, which they care so little about that anyone with an account can leave a review, not the critic scores that are what give the site its relevance in the industry, and not the positive Metacritic user reviews, which are 691% more than what TLOU got, 3,309% more than what Gears 5 got, 4,359% more than what Halo 5 got, 8,442% more than what Forza Horizon 3 got, and 22,854% more than what Crackdown 3 got. Did I get you right?

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lucian229215d ago

So it's immersive that there is fake traffic? It's immersive that the AI is so bad? That cops teleport Behind you and kill you as soon as you commit a crime even if you're on a remote building? 🤣 Your definition of immersive is very interesting. Your choices in this game don't even matter.

Kubark215d ago

These sort of people want to eat up the slop and declare it the chef's best. They're giving these publishers a signal that's it's ok to pump out trash.

Profchaos214d ago

Can certainly tell the focus was elsewhere wanted system does suck and there's lots of tricks to push immersion however I don't care it's still a good game I purchased we legion a month ago and was way more disappointed in that than cp

boing1214d ago

Sounds like you were watching YouTube instead of actually playing it.

cyclindk214d ago

I had this “law enforcement” AI issue with Red Dead 2 which made me stop playing. I wonder if they ever tweaked it? Im on an almost empty beach, accidentally commit a crime and then bang, a fleet of law dogs on horseback come sweeping in...

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Shiro173215d ago

How's the world feeling like a breathing world when the AI is horrible. Worse ai I have seen and nothing near a breathing world.

cabbitwithscissors215d ago (Edited 215d ago )

Entitled much? Somebody forgot the sh#tshow that was Fallout76 and Elder Scrolls. Not to mention that nickel and diming of games via lootboxes and horse arnor.
I suggest the OP (Opinion Piece Author) go take a chill pill and go do something else.
Not to state as @ThunderG0d_Bane mentioned about Mass Effect Andromeda and Anthem.

cell989214d ago

Not immersive at all, it has too many empty lifeless areas and the physics are awful. GTA V does it way better and that game is old and was done in less than 8 years

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Vx_214d ago

Hahaha this piece of trash is only immersive in all the wrong ways, like for example it’s a good source in creating the memes of the decade

Hikoran214d ago

I'm on PS5 and it runs beautifully. All these bandwagon posts hating cyberpunk just shows how pathetically useless game journalists are.

Vx_214d ago

doesn't matter which platform you're playing it on, I have it on my gaming PC, but it still has the same Ai issues, physics issues, balancing issues across all platforms.

menghina214d ago

Are you mental ?
This game is pure garbage , shit story / broken as fuck , 0 physics , most retard braindead AI from ANY GAME !!! , crap music that have no place in this universe........YEA it GARBAGEEEEE pure shit !! I love the Witcher series but this game is a abomination we need to burn it with fire and never see it again !!!

dumahim214d ago

Right. Worse than everything that went on with Fallout 76? Canvas bag, unsecure website with customer details, and other crap that went on?

outsider1624214d ago

"I got cyberpunk on pc and the game is super immersive feels like a living breathing world of its own which is something special"

I seriously want whatever copy you got for pc. Because the copy i played is nothing immersive about it. Good looking yes...but living breathing world? Lmao!!

frostypants214d ago

Every no-name site is rushing to the dogpile for the easy clicks. The author is such a choad.

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anast215d ago (Edited 215d ago )

Fallout 76, Anthem, Andromeda, Diablo Immortal, Cyberpunk, FIFA 21 ....We should hold a vote. I think Diablo Immortal is the biggest failure this gen.

gamer7804215d ago

I know people hated on it. But I really liked it, sunk a ton of hours into crackdown 3

Lore215d ago

Haha, this was a great way to break up the tension as you read from top to bottom

Paridinojelly215d ago (Edited 215d ago )

Disappointing? Yes.
Failure of the generation? Absolutely not.

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RgR215d ago (Edited 215d ago )

For me it was anthem. No excuse for how crappy the game was. It wasn't buggy. It just sucked. Still played it though. Got to the end game and stopped.

Flying around was the only redeeming quality.

SamPao214d ago

Diablo Immortal? Its not even out and everyone that played it likes it lol!
Same for FIFA, people love it.
now Fallout somehow managed to still stay relevant.
Andromeda, not many talk about it anymore but people seemed to enjoy it.
Cyberpunk, will eventually dig itself out of the shitshow they created, so they are going to be fine.

Anthem however.... Is still the failure it was when it released and noone cares anymore.

I vote Anthem. :)

anast214d ago

Cellphone games are the worst followed by live service games. Anthem is a good choice, though.

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RgR215d ago

Between anthem and tlou2.

Anthem I expected something actually good.
Tlou2 had such great possibilities and stories to tell...and for me fell flat on its face and burned.

Hoped it would be my game of the gen.

Lore215d ago

Agreed man, they could have used Bill again for some much needed comic relief, along with so much more in terms of nostalgia and setpieces. The pacing of the original is just unmatched. Also makes me wonder if Evan Wells leaving was part of the issue with this entry

RazzerRedux214d ago

What are you talking about? Evan Wells is still at ND.

Lore214d ago (Edited 214d ago )

Yup Bruce, my mistake

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Brutus83214d ago

LOU2 was brilliant. What didn't you like about it?

robtion214d ago

The story was abysmal. Casting Joel as a villain then making you play as an unlikeable, hypocritical character who you are initially set-up to hate (Abbie). It's not clever or enjoyable.

The story in the original is far superior.

_Decadent_Descent214d ago

@ robtion "Casting Joel as a villain..."

What are you talking about? Joel's own actions made him a villain. Did you really believe that he could just murder or bunch of people in cold blood for his own selfish reasons and not face retaliation/consequences? In what world does it work that way?

Brutus83213d ago

@robtion I guess you didn't comprehend the story. Dont worry, its not for everone.

RgR213d ago

It was a typical revenge story that supposedly ends in some kind of enlightenment but there is no actual character progression.

Ellie progresses into this crazy badass willing to torture and beat to death only to decide at the end .....nahhh. then there's lack of character depth for the new people in the game. Too many pluto issues and nonsense that are out of character. Abby is uninteresting to begin with...while true that by the end you kinda don't mind her but that's just because they forced you to see her side in such a good way and Ellie's in a horrible way. I don't think that's brilliant. But I go along with it only to get a curve ball at the end that negates the entire point of the game.

@decadent

Soilers of the first below.
The whole plot of the first game is centered on joel making amends with his new task of protecting this girl.
What exactly selfish act did he do?
Which one of us would let our daughter die without her consent ...in the name of a possible cure to something that people have been living with for years. The doctors and firefly's did the monstrous thing of sedating a little girl in order to cut her brain out. Joel wanted that not to happen but tje firefly's didn't give a shit and therefore he has to take her by force. Joel did nothing wrong within the context of the situation and the current state of the world.

@Brutus

You guys then turn it around claiming we don't understand the story. The story is not hard to get. Everyone knows what they were trying to do. Some of us just prefer better storytelling and plot.

There unanimous consent that the first game was incredible story wise. Not so with the second. People had different opinions on the ending but everyone loved it. Not so with the second.

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CrimsonWing69215d ago

Holy sh*t, no it isn’t! I can’t believe the craziness of the media. All you outlets praised the sh*t out of the game and then when the public had an outcry you sure changed your tune.

I’ve beaten the game and this is far from the biggest failure of this entire generation.

Geezus I can’t wait until this dragging through the mud is over with.

SamPao214d ago

Because they only ev3er showed the PC version and it was forbidden to show ANY console footage. Of course it got praised because there was no other way to know.

njitram2000214d ago

But that's the whole point. Bad performance does not make a game "bad". If that was the case, Bayonetta (PS3) and Crysis (original on PC) would have been bad games. The game itself can only be judged on PC at the moment and on there it's good. Not as good as it could have been but definitely 7 or 8/10