Geez, I thought I was hardcore FO4 at 1000+ hours. Now I don't feel so guilty spending so much time building up my settlement empire. Guess I better go back to FO4 and finish it up after I am through with Cyberpunk 2077 (which may take a while; I really like this game).I like both games and have more than 2000h in Fallout (200 in Cyberpunk). Both have the potential to play many hours because of exploring, but there are very different games because of replayability and mod options (not a Cyberpunk fault).
I think Cyberpunk have much better story than Fallout 4 (Bethesda don't make good stories usually), both similar in visual storytelling (shards/notes, environment). Better roleplaying F4 even having a premade character, but easier to make more decisions.
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In Oakland, it happens to me at least once a week. However, the quest is always to extract money out of my pocket.it's so weird to have some rando on the streets of a city just say, with zero introduction or preamble, that their grandmother is sick. Sure, in a game we know that this means there is a quest to find whatever magic berries will cure granny, but in real life it would just be weird.