In this 35-minute video review, it’s been a long time coming Cyberpunk The player, Seth Skorkowsky, takes a deep dive in Cyberpunk redDesktop RPG update for the first time in Cyberpunk RPG, Cyberpunk / Cyberpunk 2020. It was TTRPG that inspired the video game, Cyberpunk 2077 movie.
Seth was playing Cyberpunk Since the first edition, he is closely acquainted with it (and Cyberpunk 2020), he wanted to spend some time with him red before a full review.
His thoughtful review shares the biggest criticisms I’ve seen elsewhere, namely that the massive 450-plus-page rule book is unwieldy to use, poorly organized, and repetitive.
he love Cyberpunk’s The critically acclaimed Lifepath system that’s been expanded here and the much-improved Netrunning rules. The only drawback is that to run Netrunner, to keep your mind from snapping, you have to really know your software, your equipment, and how to best use it all. And GM should know all this, too. Combat has been greatly simplified from the older versions, but there are some very strange and infuriating changes to the rules, such as there is no longer partial cover and the cross offers no advantage. Either you are 100% incognito or you are not.
One of the cardinal sins red (For me) is separating the brand names of products, such as firearms, from the items purchased. When you’re shopping for guns, you’re no longer buying an Avenger or Dai Lung Streetmaster, you’re just buying your average auto pistol. Hundreds of pages later, you learn which manufacturer made the gun. As Seth points out, in previous versions, knowing what brands and which ones are good, average, and terrible was helpful in equipping your character, and added color and background to the game. Anyone who knows anything about the cyberpunk genre knows that brand saturation is a huge part of the aesthetic.
In the end, after spending some time playing red With his collection of games, Seth rates the game as good, but not great. He likes many things about the remake, but some sacrificed in modern minimalism and with some weird and useless book design choices have dampened his enthusiasm for the game.
I didn’t get my head into it Cyberpunk Since first issue, but Seth really seems to know the game and his criticisms make perfect sense for this aging cyberpunk. I hope R. Talsorian takes note.
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