Cyberpunk 2077

Look, before you hurl death threats at me, before you call for my execution, before you send me pictures of burned puppies, just hear me out. As much as I was looking forward to playing Cyberpunk 2077 later this month, having it delayed until December is kind of a good thing.

I mean, for goodness sake, I’ve got far too many games I have yet to play, and just as many that I’m sort of actively playing as is. The last thing I need right now is a megalith game that’s going to completely take over my life, or at least what few previous moments I have these days to devote to the things I derive emotional pleasure from.

I mean, it’s given me a few more weeks to enjoy Watch Dogs: Legion, which is surprisingly awesome and by far the best Watch Dogs game to date (despite its issue with boats). It’s also given me a bit more wiggle room to try to finish Cloudpunk, and perhaps even Mafia: Definitive Edition. Cyberpunk 2077‘s December delay is going to maybe even afford me a little extra time to chip away at one, maybe two of the thousands of survival PC games I’m playing.

Look, I get it. Some people only play maybe one new game per month, some maybe even less frequently. And I definitely know what is like to look forward to something, only to watch it keep getting further and further from reach. I get it. I really do. But if absence makes the heart grow fonder, then perhaps this extra bit of time will only make your enjoyment of Cyberpunk 2077 all the more palpable, all the more savory.

Or, I can just eff off and die, I suppose.

Either way, I’m gonna take advantage of the extra three weeks, maybe dust off my shelf to display some of my physical Cyberpunk 2077 goodies. Heck, maybe I’ll even pick up a pair of Cyberpunk 2077 Adidas while I wait for the game to arrive.

Nah, I’m actually good in the shoe department.

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