I watched it and fell in love first sight.
It's so cyberpunk and I love cyberpunk no matter what reviews and critics say. Cyberpunk is so rare these days it's like sighting a unicorn on an overcast day.
The quadrupedal drones reminded me of BigDog the combat bot. Imagine how horrifyingly accurate a camera and gun is. Now factor in that the whole rig does not need a human being to operate.
I love the VTOL tilt rotor craft at the very beginning, it was like Syndicate all over again except no corporations.
Speaking of corporations I expect another plot that will demonize big corps as they are probably the ones that were contracted to create America's robot defense system and the "keys" were lost due to outsourcing the creation process.
ROLF how ironic.
Anyway, time to stand for the Call of Duty anthem.
America, heck yeah! Coming again to save another day! America, heck yeah, freedom is the only way!
May all future cyberpunk game boss fights lock you in a room with the boss instead of allowing you to avoid it like in Deus Ex 1998.
Unlike 99% of American gamers, I care more about the plot than the graphics. I care more about the story than the mindless almost reflex dexterity required of dispatching enemies.
A good cyberpunk novel is hard to find these days so I use games like CoD to stand in for visuals. I hope the corporate bulk of Electronic Arts pushes this game to completion and crushes the naysayers with suffocating Cease and Desist letters.