Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 – The Final Culmination?

One thing you have to remember, despite the games neon light city background and the notoriety of hackers and black market body part chop shops, is of its early infancy, as well as it’s influences, dating so far back as the 80’s, with cult classics such as Bladerunner, Neuromancer, Akira, Shadowrun, Tron, Terminator, Judge Dredd, Robocop, and the future media to come from then on.

Without these influences and apparent works of respected light plagiarism, Cyberpunk would be an entirely different world of its own. It might not be “The Dark Future” that we so wish to experience come November, but again, without these stories and universes that come about to effectively guess humanities future, Cyberpunk 2020, the infant works of Mike Pondsmith delving into the popularity of the D&D playstyle, might not have had the booming underground success today, which is now spawning the hypetrain of the year.

With that in mind, respect the older works of Phillip K. Dick, William Gibson, Ridley Scott, hell, even Hideo Kojima; embrace the world of network hackers, a populace that prides itself on cybernetic enhancements for that “cool look”, living in a system oppressed by evil mega-corporations, borrowing out their bought out militarised rent-a-cops to the highest bidder to enforce the citizens of a city that pride themselves on the premise of “high tech, low life”, unsure of a future that may never come.

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While this is clearly an irreverent attempt to revive the hype train of this game, and while not brownnosing CDPR, I’m very hopeful that this game, and its universe, leaves a very deep impression within both the gaming and cyberpunk community, and sets the bar for years to come. The delays have been a shitstorm, as well as their handling of the merchandise release, but with a project this old near completion with as much commitment and ambition, in comparison to every other game that gets a yearly release with day-1 patches, you can’t not commend them for sticking to their values.

The real question amongst all this, is if 2077 gets this right, and our ambitions and curiousity of the world blows expectations out of the water, whats next for the genre?


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