Lego City is more than enough for a comparative with Cyberpunk
This is factually false.Rdr2 is so fucking overrated my god. Empty ass world, with nothing but grass.
I’ll take a game with an actual memorable story and characters over some ‘gameplay revolution’ anyday.Whats the point? Good storytelling and thats about it.
No, it fucking doesn’t lmfao.Two different games, two different types of world. Cyberpunk beats it in open world.
The way GAF hyping this game as if it was second coming of gaming or something, I don't remember any other games had hype thread like CP2077 had........there is no way it was going meet their unrealistic expectation, no matter what.From forums I get CP2077 is the worst game to ever come out, worse than E.T.
It doesn't seem like it's meeting a lot of realistic expectations either.The way GAF hyping this game as if it was second coming of gaming or something, I don't remember any other games had hype thread like CP2077 had........there is no way it was going meet their unrealistic expectation, no matter what.
Fans kind of did this to themselves if you think about it.
Oh but it does. No facts were given in your answer. Empty ass world compared to night city, nothing to see but trees, ghats factually correct.This is factually false.
I’ll take a game with an actual memorable story and characters over some ‘gameplay revolution’ anyday.
No, it fucking doesn’t lmfao.
Exacty, I do the same thing! But the problem is that the devs don't want you to even do that. For me the epilogue with John was the best part of the game because I just wanted to pretend to be a cowboy on a ranch, raise cattle, maybe trade with the general store, etc. But the actual game itself makes it hard to do this. I also wish the economy system was more realistic. I also hate getting $1,000 everytime I finish a mission.Years ago I was raging against walking simulators and other non-game games. Today I would rather just walk around RDR2 than actually play its boring and hand-holding story missions.
I literally just fire up the game every now and than and simulate an in-game day. Okay, wake up, head to the general store, go fishing, ride the train, get drunk, punch a war widow and then go to sleep. All in a day's work.
Time is often cruel... but not to Red Dead.I remember when RDR2 was criticized for all those details. They were accused of putting realism before fun.
When a new hated game comes out the old hated games get a newfound love. One day people will be talking about how Cyberpunk 2077 is better than such and such game.Time is often cruel... but not to Red Dead.
If you criticize with valid points, you'll find people who agree. In the long run though, everyone has a bullshit detector and quality wins.
RDR 2 is probably the worst controlling game R* has ever made, which is saying something.