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  1. And all code got sold. Wonder how long until Chinese take on Cyberpunk and Witcher emerges. They could be just passionate about gaming you know.
  2. Almost everyone. Navalny would have emerged better off then before.
  3. Just like most fusion based ideas. But it might be viable in a century or so.
  4. 5GB patch on steam and the only fix I noticed was duplicated dialog entry removal. What made them think they could ever pull off a multiplayer version?
  5. Not even ESA has that. It may technically be possible but associated costs would be ruinous for commercial ventures.
  6. If porn mode in browser doesn't work you can try the amp link.
  7. Schrier's take is finally up. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-01-16/cyberpunk-2077-what-caused-the-video-game-s-disastrous-rollout?__twitter_impression=true
  8. They needed a roadmap to show that patches and free DLCs will be released within a year. Now that is concerning.
  9. Has anyone managed to get ricocheting work even semi-consistently? I only managed a single instance where I could bypass enemy cover with it. Tiny reward given dozens of innocent bystanders I gunned down trying to make it work.
  10. I played it plenty and forgave them too. But our gracious forbearance means little to the previous-gen console gamers that found it practically unplayable. This is much bigger then most other cases of buggy games. CD project stock tanked by at least 30% and they are not a part of a huge publisher that can absorb blows like this easily. However much money they have made initially will now be tied up in refunds and legal action. And to even start salvaging their reputation they will now have to contribute serious resources to fixes and maybe offer DLC for free. I bet that at
  11. That's the problem with high expectations. They would never sell so many copies if people didn't expect something better than from Bethsoft. On the other hand the lynch-mob wouldn't be as vicious.
  12. They were working hard on reputation of being special and it backfired on them. I doubt they will be ever able to recover that.
  13. I doubt most politicians back then would agree that 'ever closer union' was the EUs objective. As for Maastricht - this has always been a top-down project, seeing it pushed by hook and crook shouldn't surprise anyone.
  14. Good thing that assessment is not up to you then. What was the last polls on the matter? 80-90% in favor of stay? As if EU was of any help in either case.
  15. It's very uneven so depends on what you are looking for. Engaging story-line and interesting character interactions? Yes. Good open world to roam about with RPG mechanics? No.
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