I was pretty hyped for Cyberpunk 2077 back in 2020 and I have a stupid amount of merchandise for the game. Now that the game is patched and Phantom Liberty DLC is released it is time to share it with you! Have YOU gone back to replay Cyberpunk 2077? Are you hyped for the new DLC?
Cyberpunk 2077 is set in a dystopian future, specifically in the year 2077, in the sprawling metropolis of Night City, California. This city is a vibrant and chaotic blend of towering skyscrapers, neon-lit alleyways, and grimy backstreets. The cityscape is divided into distinct districts, each with its own unique atmosphere and social hierarchy. The corporate heart of Night City, known as City Center, is a gleaming showcase of opulence and excess, where the mega-corporations wield immense power. The bustling and multicultural Watson district is a hub of technological innovation and street-level commerce, while the Pacifica district stands as a stark contrast, having fallen into disrepair and neglect, inhabited by gangs and squatters.
Technology permeates every aspect of life in this world. Cybernetic enhancements are commonplace, allowing individuals to enhance their physical abilities or integrate advanced tech into their bodies. Holographic billboards, flying cars, and robotic NPCs populate the urban landscape, creating a sensory overload of futuristic stimuli. However, beneath the surface glamour lies a seedy underbelly of crime, corruption, and social inequality. Street gangs, fixers, and mercenaries vie for control, while the city’s political landscape is a tangled web of intrigue and backstabbing. In this world, power is a commodity, and survival often means navigating a treacherous path through the tangled web of alliances and betrayals.
This will be the complete and definitive experience of these story driven tactical RPGs. The Shadowrun Trilogy contains all three games: Shadowrun Returns, Shadowrun Dragonfall – Director’s Cut and Shadowrun Hong Kong – Extended Edition. I originally played the first game on my iPad years ago a really loved it. Definitely gives you that 90s computer role playing vibe. Highly recommended!
More often than not, western role-playing games emphasize two genres—fantasy and science fiction. Developer Obsidian Entertainment and publisher Sega dared to pursue a different path with their self-proclaimed espionage RPG Alpha Protocol. Yet, in its ambitious attempt to forge a new style of role-playing title, Obsidian faced myriad challenges that ultimately diminished the overall quality of the final product. In turn, Alpha Protocol garnered lukewarm reviews upon release and, consequently, failed to move the needle on the sales charts.
Much of the project’s developmental woes stemmed from poor leadership on the part of both Obsidian and Sega, though the latter especially struggled to find its footing while assisting with the production and budgetary process. Despite the ups and downs, however, Obsidian still managed to deliver a Jason Bourne-style adventure that eventually gained cult status amongst a group of players who saw past Alpha Protocol’s numerous flaws.
Unrefined gunplay, a clunky cover system, and unpolished combat encounters significantly hindered the gameplay mechanics. Enemy AI didn’t fare any better, culminating in a stealth experience that felt half-baked at best and completely uninspired at its worst. These shortcomings aside, the reactivity of Alpha Protocol’s game-world, coupled with its branching narrative paths, turned the 2010 title into a modern cult classic, one that fans are eager to see return as a sequel. Unfortunately, the lackluster sales performance caused Sega to abandon the spy property before it had even spent a few months on the market.
This is the tragedy of Alpha Protocol.
The Final Cut elevates Disco Elysium from an already phenomenal RPG to a true must-play masterpiece.
Disco Elysium – The Final Cut is out now on PC, Mac, PS5 and PlayStation 4, Google Stadia and coming later this year to Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch.
Playing DOOM II RPG on my old iPhone! This is still a fun turned based RPG by id Software for iOS
Watch the brand new trailer showcasing the world, characters, story, and action of Cyberpunk 2077! Cyberpunk 2077, an open-world, action-adventure story from CD PROJEKT RED, is coming to Xbox One November 19th, 2020.
Digital Foundry – Not much has been seen of The Outer Worlds prior to launch – but with developer Virtuos claiming any current-gen console game can be ported to Switch, and with 1080p docked and 720p mobile resolutions announced, we were hopeful of a good conversion. Ultimately, the ambition is there, but the cuts are too many and the final pay-off simply isn’t good enough.
PeteDorr – I pick out a stack of PS2 RPG’s from my collection that are $20 or under on US eBay. There are lots of underappreciated games in here that rarely get mentioned as a recommendation by others, so let me know if you end up giving them a try after watching this!
God is a Geek – Indivisible on Nintendo Switch is an utter delight, allowing those who may have missed it last year to immerse themselves in its captivating world. Check out the full review.
Final Fantasy VII Remake/demo is an upcoming action role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix. The game is a remake of the 1997 PlayStation game Final Fantasy VII. Square Enix plans to release the game in episodic installments, with the first scheduled for release on April 10, 2020 for the PlayStation 4 with timed exclusivity until April 10, 2021.