Nimh wrote on Jan 1, 2021, 08:10:
Funny how RDR2 made it work on the hopelessly outdated hardware.
RDR2 was designed from the get go as a console game for the PS4 & Xbox 1. So of course it worked well on them.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a PC game first and foremost, designed to push even the latest hardware and take advantage of the latest tech. I blame CD Projekt's brass for pushing it on the older consoles, even if the games been in the works for the better part of a decade.
I'm lucky enough to be fairly bug free and thus have had the opportunity to experience the game as it's meant to be played, and it is breathtaking. As others have said, most of the side jobs & gigs are pretty simple and strait forward - but they are the 'monster hunts' of Witcher 3, and so designed to be doable in 15 minutes or less, with a few shining examples. There are a number of great sub plots, the main story is amazing, and the gameplay is extremely fun, with a myriad ways to approach combat (or even go pacifist).
Though I fully expect to get some backlash for this opinion. How dare I have a positive opinion about anything on this forum.