It's colorful, but every color has a gray tint.Dark side of Night City (This marketing crap is making it to cheesy/colorful)
Max Reflex and max Katana skill would turn you into Raiden from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.If my Reflex is 10 can I do cool new moves with my katana? If my Body is 10 can I do uppercut finishes with my Gorilla Arms or a cool bash with my heavy gun?
What is a higher level character capable of? Or is it just the same old stuff, but Reload speed is 15% faster?
I think CDPR should prolly delay the NCW5 for couple weeks until the flared tempers have calmed down somewhat.
i think the best thing they can do is release a demo ,but we all know that this is out of the question ,if they release atleast the character creation it will probably calm down so many people.I mean, gamers are a fickle bunch. They are all the rage and insanity at one point, but they are also quick to turn their coats (the mainstream at least). You can herd a lot of them like cattle with little gifts.
I'm one of those who would love to see how the game works on the PS4 and XB1 .
Chances of this happening is somewhere between -1 and 0.
Seriously: if the old-gen performance is the main reason for all the delays, you won't see it until the launch day. I sure wouldn't want to be an old-gen console player right now..
On one hand, we've seen quite some material so far, I'd say just enough to keep us hungry and waiting for the game, but not quite enough to spoil the whole experience (or at least one major aspect of it) for us.
They should shelve NCW completely. No more Night City Wires or anything of the sort. I realize that the folks doing that are a different team than the ones currently crunching to get the game out, but the optics are horrible. They should just keep their heads down, chop away at what's left to fix/optimize/debug/whatever, and then maybe do something one or two days before the 10th that blows our minds (in a good way).I think CDPR should prolly delay the NCW5 for couple weeks until the flared tempers have calmed down somewhat.
They have now stepped over the line, which must be drawn somewhere. Now we know where its at.