Political Lessons Learned From The Backlash Over “Cyberpunk 2077” | MSNBC

Political Lessons Learned From The Backlash Over “Cyberpunk 2077” | MSNBC 1


After the COVID relief deal, MSNBC's Joshua Johnson asks why video game studios are more responsive to players than Congress is to citizens.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Political Lessons Learned From The Backlash Over “Cyberpunk 2077” | MSNBC

32 Comments on "Political Lessons Learned From The Backlash Over “Cyberpunk 2077” | MSNBC"

  1. Accountability, it’s a good thing

  2. Wolf Heart Gaming | January 3, 2021 at 1:39 PM | Reply

    Cyberpunk T pose Goes viral

  3. Entertaining and a clear teaching moment!

  4. Washington always plays with us.

  5. Hey Josh, can we put republicans in your blender instead of your x-box? 😉

  6. “It’s a masterpiece” how far the media hase come.

  7. Lol this guy is good

  8. Oh boy… can’t wait to see the countless Youtubers dissect this video! 😂

  9. GEORGIA VOTE WARNOCK x OSSOFF . God bless America and Democracy!

  10. Yes the standard is incredibly low for the GOP = Greed Over People

  11. Kathleen Mavity | January 3, 2021 at 3:03 PM | Reply

    Oh, my gosh – what a great way to frame the current situation. Well done, Joshua – and thank you.

  12. Ivan McBleedy | January 3, 2021 at 3:18 PM | Reply

    They have been hyping this game for 8 years.
    You hype anything that long and it will ALWAYS fail to meet expectations.

    • You can’t seriously expect anyone to believe that shallow janky broken mess represented eight years of honest work. It would have failed to meet expectations even if it was announced in 2019.

  13. Go read how toxic the Steam forums are for any new release. Humanity is literally trolling itself into extinction.

    • The outcry for the hair physics on Horizon Zero Dawn over making the game actually stable and playable for over an hour were outragous.

    • I remember making my way onto Blizzard’s forums back in 2006 when I started playing World of Warcraft. It was the first time I’d visited an online gaming community.

      It made me despair for humanity.

  14. Jason Thompson | January 3, 2021 at 3:31 PM | Reply

    I remember back in 2008 when I tried to talk to people about the government being screwed up during the Great Recession. Mind you, I live in small town Ohio and I was met with eye rolling, monosyllabic replies, or other forms of apathy. It was like pulling teeth trying to get a meaningful conversation out of people. Twelve years later, these same people who wouldn’t give me the time of day are now super political Trump supporters. It’s not that people aren’t passionate as much as it is misplaced passion.

  15. Reminder: republican voter stupidity isn’t a bug. It’s a feature.

  16. The Pentagon diverted your Covid mask money to manufacture more weapons.
    Russia and ISIS can’t believe their luck. Trump kills more Americans than them!!

  17. Cyberpunk is AWESOME on PC and I’m also playing on ps5! He must have played on base ps4/Xbox… upgrade dude! Lol

  18. 2020 was supposed to be The Year of Flying Cars.. 🚗🚗

    But, we have a Dysfunctional Government, that Serve Big Corporate Lobbyists.. 👏👏

  19. Time for a government patch to fix the problems. We can patch out and remove players from madden but we can’t get rid of Mitch Mcconnell?

  20. “congress plays us” ….that’s deep that’s deep

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