Do not let others dissuade you from playing Cyberpunk 2077, don't overthink it, and do not go into the game expecting neither complete perfection, nor absolute failure. I think Cyberpunk was a prime example of the fine balance between expectation and payoff, as well as the tendency for the general gaming community, and associated media outlets to be prone to overwhelming negativity when their expectations are not completely satiated. To be fair, bugs were a huge issue upon launch, but I decided to let the whole thing simmer over until the developers had some time to sort the kinks out, and for all the outrage-drenched noise to dissipate. And guess what? I am truly thankful for the patience i clung onto, and for the choice to still give the game a shot. I genuinely cannot count how many times I froze mid-play, unable to tear my eyes away from a gorgeous view. And by view, I mean it in the broadest sense, because as long as you have a decent card (2070, in my case), even the most mundane of things will make your jaw drop and lose yourself in the moment. At the very very least, this game is a technical/visual MARVEL, and you WILL scratch that artistic itch you never thought you had. I truly mean it. It's a role-playing action/adventure first-person shooter, sure, the rich city, NIGHT CITY, the people, the mood, the lighting, the architecture; The visual stories they all help manifest, THOSE, are the things that'll amaze, impress, inspire and earn Itself a firm place in your memories of the experience. Mark my not-very-consequential words, Cyberpunk 2077 will go down in the gaming annuls of time as a work of art, flaws and all.