Review: Cyberpunk 2077

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Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person role-playing game in an open, non-linear world. Players can constantly choose their next goals.

WARNING: this game can cause epileptic seizures. Please check with your doctor before you play.

Cyberpunk 2077 Boxart PS4
Cyberpunk 2077 Boxart Xbox One
Release date: 10 December 2020

Developed by: CD Projekt RED
Published by: CD Projekt RED
Available on:
Playstation 4
Playstation 5
Xbox One
Xbox Series
PC
Google Stadia

Type of game: FPS, RPG, action, adventure, Open World
Average time of one game: 1 hour

Estimate of the total duration of the game: ?

Topics: Cyberpunk, exploration, combat, science fiction, cinema

Business model: Just need to buy the game once.

Number of players:
1 player on the premises

Available in physical (blu-ray), or digital (download)

To buy digitally, Cyberpunk 2077 on PC, click here.
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Players3+ 7+ 12+16+18+
Neophytes
Intermediate
Experienced
Replayability

Cyberpunk 2077 is a game with huge content that should take 100 hours to complete completely.

Difficulty

Orange Green Gauge

Adjustable according to the player’s tastes and skills. Many difficulty modes available.

Violence, fear, nudity?
Red gauge

A lot of violence, free or not. Presence of all types of firearms and knives. Lots of blood, lots of explosions. The player can also cause dismemberment. Some places contain mutilated bodies with open wounds, visible organs.

Cyberpunk 2077 contains nudity and sexual content. Players can customize their characters completely, including chest, buttocks and genitals. Players can encounter events where their characters have the opportunity to have sex with main characters or prostitutes. During first-person sex, players can see characters moving in many positions and moaning. Other scenes suggest that the character, controlled by the player, gets a of other characters.

Cyberpunk 2077 also contains many representations of fictitious drugs. Characters smoke, take stimulants, pills, snort powder. The main character can also drink alcohol until he or she is intoxicated. He may also drive a vehicle while intoxicated.

Level of language used
Red gauge

Very vulgar, very dark constantly. The characters insult each other, threaten each other, kill each other. The words “f-ck” and “c-nt” appear in the dialogues.

Positive message
Red gauge

The characters are diverse and varied. It is possible to choose a male or female avatar. Otherwise, the game is very dark. He can trigger trauma because of his scenes of violence, sex, drugs, drunkenness.

Minimum reading level required
Red gauge

Many dialogues are dubbed, but there is also a lot of text, in the menus, in the choices of dialogue…

Additional costs ?

No additional costs at this time.

Minimum level of execution on the controller required
Red gauge

Requires knowing how to move around in a 3D environment. (camera – movement – attack). Many reflexes are necessary in the face of attacks from opponents.

Principle of the game

Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person role-playing game in an open, non-linear world. Players can constantly choose their next goals. They can also strongly customize their character based on their style of play. Players can explore and participate in many activities such as driving vehicles, hacking computer systems, chatting, and can complete quests in many ways. The gaming world has dynamic weather and a day/night cycle.

Local game modes

Just one mode where you go through history.

No online game modes

Conclusion

Cyberpunk 2077 contains many scenes of gun shooting, sex, drugs and is definitely an adult-only game.

WARNING: It can cause epileptic seizures. Please check with your doctor before you play.

More information about the game: Official game page

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