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    Ronan CulbertJan 21, 2024 at 4:59 pm

    Having played the game in its earlier stages and now post 2.0, I find myself still wrapped up in just how exciting of a turnaround this has been for CD Projekt Red and the players of this fantastic game. Replaying the story, catching the bits that I missed the first time around, appreciating the writing/dialogue and actually playing without nearly as many glitches have been some of my favorite things to do within this game recently.

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    Matthew WirwiczDec 16, 2023 at 7:19 am

    This is a game I’ve seen everywhere but never bought because I’ve heard of all the bugs and bad reviews. Reading this and hearing how good the storyline is changes my view of the game. I might consider making a purchase for myself!

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    AdamNov 21, 2023 at 11:53 am

    This is a wonderfully crafted article, Jonah! Cyberpunk seems like a very interesting game and I would like to play it. I wanted to buy it but ultimately decided not to due to all of the negative reviews of the game. Maybe I will give it a shot soon based on your analysts of this update.

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    Jack RauNov 16, 2023 at 1:36 pm

    I think the update to Cyberpunk is a massive step into making Cyberpunk something of a household name in gaming. When it first released, Cyberpunk definitely felt like an overpriced fan game that somehow made its way onto Steam from a lot of hype from the community. This update makes Cyberpunk more of a balanced game (even if it’s not perfect), and as a result, more people will have an overall better experience with the game. Continuing from the last part of ”What’s Bad about 2.0?”, the decision of choosing a console from a PC is not, by any means, justified by performance issues and a certain user’s budget. PC users have a lot more options when it comes to how their system runs games such as Cyberpunk, while console players don’t have much at all to work with. I would go further into other topics such as the plot line, combat, DLC, etc., but my experience originates more from my knowledge of computer engineering and less from actual gameplay. With that said, I have not fully developed my opinion on the game yet.