This is probably the cutest post i've read lately.Its definitely Judy, and it was instant attraction.
I said this in another thread some time ago, but I feel like Judy was written just for me by someone like me who had a lot of the same life experiences I have had. Judy grabbed me on many levels, and reminded me of a girl that slipped through my fingers when I was young and stupid. I'm no longer that young and naive girl anymore so Judy and all she reminds me of makes it that much sweeter for me.
Close on her heels though, Panam, also was attracted to her pretty quickly. Too bad she's not available to fem V.
This is what I feel is the biggest missed opportunity in the whole of Cyberpunk.Judy. In my opinion the most relatable, most "human" and most believable character. I also think that Judy is probably the most stable character romancable, so that helps too.
Jackie is a close second. He's the perfect "bromance"-character (even if you're playing a female V). It's a pity that he's gone far too soon.
T-Bug was kinda weird. I didn't really care about her.This is what I feel is the biggest missed opportunity in the whole of Cyberpunk.
Jackie, T-Bug, Misty, Vic, Mama Welles.
It's why I'm hoping that future dlc expansions whatever expand a metric tonne in the early and mid game to include them. You can still have the story pan out the same - but push it further down the line.