Haha, the longer the better
I don't care about the main storyline lenght tho, just want it to be well written and catchy with a lot of different take on the main story. Not just "long for the sakes of being long"
But I'm hoping for an endless mass of side quest, so I can replay the game 4 time wih the same role and having my character go in different directions just by doing something in a different way.
I want the kind of game which will catch me on it untill they release Cyberpunk 2078
And a good multiplayer, innovative, making player working together or all against all or team against team, well something that you could "use" the character you build in the game having something to do with your buddies more than coop or PVP or PVE, not talking about MMO either, but something I could play with my friends for month if not years.
Sometimes the simplier things have the greatest replay values.
I like 70ish hours because the first RPG in my heart will always be Final Fantasy X (insert flameshield against FFX haters, blow me it was the first RPG I played other than pokemon and nostalgia value), which was an approximately 70 hour playthrough .
I sadly enjoy those tedious fetch and collection quests. I get to see more of the world that I would't have gone to before because I had no reason to. I agree that if you're only playing the game for the main story then it should be 30 hours give or take, but for those who want to do everything... Give them everything else to do.
I want to spend days immersed into cyberpunk. I want to look at the people I work with and determine their augmentations because that's all my brain will allow me to think about. I want to have a four hour gaming session where I'm only trying to accomplish one goal and at the end I'm not even close, but I loved every moment of it.
That would just be me though.
I can totally relate to this.
How about spending an hour or two on just organizing your inventory, weapons, armour, and what ever other equipment you might have, tampering and tweeking with it, buying and selling everything you want or do not need... running back and forth between locations to pick up every single little item that is not nailed down, even those items which is only worth 1 caps/copper/etc, but weighs somewhere around a metric frak-ton... so that you in the end have your entire inventory the exact way you want it to be... perfectly organized, and perfectly tweeked... and at the end of it, if that was all you managed to get done in that particular days playing of the game, you STILL feel like you actually acomplished something. XD