And I guess no honest feedback to the developers during a time that it matters the most (months before the game releases) is immune to nitpicking either.I guess no game is immune to nitpicking. November can’t come fast enough.
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I think it has something to do with the fact that a bunch of people are hanging on to Cyberpunk2077 for dear life as a genuine good quality escapist experience considering the state of the world, and I don't mean anything political or virus related in any way. Some of us have a really, well, certain kind of view, or opinion, or well, how we feel about life on earth, and when a game as great as Cyberpunk2077 comes along, made by people as great as CDProjektRed, it really really matters to us a lot because we're just waiting for that chance to immerse ourselves in a world of imagination and forget just for a single moment how bad things are, and sort of just focus on an experience where our choices actually do matter. A world where we can actually make a difference. When we see things being dropped and choices and options being taken away or just simply going bye bye for any number of reasons, even good reasons, we get depressed, like very depressed, because that experience we're all looking forward to is now diminished, not the same it could have been, you see, we could get every vitamin and mineral in the world from A to Z, but without a full and proper dose of Vitamin Cyberpunk, we're just starving. We're desperately and fearfully and excitedly anticipating the moment where we find out, is Cyberpunk a full spectrum multivitamin, or is it just like a 50% reccomended daily allowance add-on supplement?all of that to say...i still don't understand this general nihilism at the mere mention of things not being what they thought or what devs were working on 2 years ago. at every point the CDPR has made clear that features they were working on including could be removed entirely. it seems a lot of people missed this?
I may want what I want, and I may need what I need, we may all those things, but I know that we know, we are also maybe mildly kidding ourselves a little, but yea, we are aware, we're imperfect human beings, and we should never put our full faith into something, anything imperfect of this imperfect world. It will never be perfect, so yes of course it is foolish on my part to say that I expect that, and I don't expect perfection, even though I may hope for something above average, but that doesn't make it hurt any less.
And even the greatest games become boring eventually.
Are we all vampires? Always forever thirsty for more? Never satisfied? Never QUENCHED?
Or are we just waiting for the one and only true thing that will ever give us what we need.
I know it will be good, but when, when will it be done.