By Pablo Vargas |

Today we officially say goodbye to 'Starfield', to fully immerse in 'Phantom Liberty', the last and long-awaited DLC for 'Cyberpunk 2077'. And frankly, we are not emotionally ready for everything that is coming. 'Cyberpunk 2077' and 'Edgerunners' left us completely broken, heartbroken and in a sea of tears.

And we are not ashamed to say it. We cried, for days at its end. Yes... days. And no, it's not "just a game." It's much more than that. It is a faithful example of why video games, more than entertainment, are true works of art. Because that's what 'Cyberpunk 2077' is, a damn masterpiece. And just when the wounds were beginning to heal. It's time to return to Night City. For one last mission. One last job. One last chance. Our last hope.

Yes... ours. Because in the end, that's what makes amazing studios like 'CD Projekt RED', 'Naughty Dog' and 'Rockstar Games' great, their ability to connect you emotionally with each of those characters, and make you feel every decision, every consequence, weigh forever on our conscience. It is what makes video games great. Its ability to connect with your emotions and each of its characters. Until it's time to say goodbye.

And that time has come. And we are simply not ready. We are not ready to say goodbye to this brutal, interesting, wonderful, intriguing, ruthless and unfair world that is Night City. It's a strange mix of mixed feelings. A part of you longed for this moment. But, it's like saying goodbye to a friend with whom you have laughed and cried for years. And now it's time to say goodbye. We know he's going to hurt. But we want to hug him one last time. The time has come.

Wake the f*** up, Samurai. 

We have a city to burn”.

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