Review: Cyberpunk 2077
Chris Berrow and Leigh Milner review one of the biggest games of the year: Cyberpunk 2077.
There's quality mode and performance mode. When you start off, if you choose to play in quality mode, it's unplayable. Even on the Xbox series X, it simply won't work. It's like playing a game under water. Okay. You move forward five seconds delay and then your character actually moves forward. If you choose performance mode, it's fine. It's a nice looking game. It actually looks very good. It's quite a smooth game. But the problem is that the attention to detail is shocking. So the very first thing you do is you, you start off in a bathroom and your character kind of is not feeling particularly well. And the first thing you can do is walk into a cubicle in the bathroom and there's some characters smoking, but they haven't bothered to put the cigarettes in their hands. So they're puffing away on nothing. I think you should pretend this game hasn't come out yet. It's not available on the Playstation Store, but where you can buy it - it's £50.