Cyberpunk 2077 ultimately fails to deliver on so much of its promise, but what it does deliver on is really spectacular.
JoinedAugust 22, 2019
Harry is an aspiring games designer who enjoys analyzing games critically as much as he enjoys playing them. He plays most major releases, but always finds himself back on DOOM (2016) or Destiny.
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