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In Cloudpunk - City of Ghosts, you play as both Rania and new character Hayse in a more dangerous, more tense city of Nivalis. As Rania attracts the unwelcome attention of the massive delivery corporation Curzona , she must also evade a secret society of AI worshipping zealots. Her night gets even worse when the Debt Corps finally track her down, and Rania finds herself trying to outrun her past as well as a homicidal, chimeric cyborg. Meanwhile, drunken gambler Hayse tries to clear his debt before morning, but with an appetite for self-destruction and a bumbling CorpSec android for company, the odds aren’t in his favour.
In this direct sequel to Cloudpunk, we see Nivalis through eyes old and new as two stories intersect, and the fate of Rania, Hayse, Camus, CORA and the city itself will be in the hands of you, the player.
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How to play City of Ghosts
To play the DLC, go to Cloudpunk under your library and hit the play button as normal, or start Cloudpunk in Big Picture Mode. A small launch option window will appear where you can select to play Cloudpunk or City of Ghosts. Do not hit the 'Play Now' button on the DLC announcement post or 'manage DLC' as it will load the base game. This window also does not appear when you try to launch Cloudpunk from other places like the desktop shortcut or Windows Start Menu. Valve is working on this issue.
About This Content
- Return to the city of Nivalis to explore new areas and meet new characters.
- Play through a brand new, fully-voiced campaign as long and as compelling as the base game.
- Compete in street races and fully customize every aspect of your HOVA to craft the perfect racing vehicle.
- Experience multiple endings based on choices made throughout Cloudpunk and City of Ghosts that will change the city and the characters living in it forever.
- Play as multiple characters including Rania, Hayse and more as you embark on a more ambitious, more dramatic campaign.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS *: Windows 7/10 (64 bit)
- Processor: AMD / Intel CPU (AMD FX-4300 or Intel i3-4130 or newer)
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: AMD / NVIDIA dedicated graphics card, with at least 2GB of dedicated VRAM and Shader Model 5.1 support (AMD R9 285 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or newer)
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 7 GB available space
- Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 9 compatible soundcard
- Additional Notes: Controller or keyboard + mouse. This game fully supports GeForce Now . If your PC does not meet the minimum requirements, you can link your Steam library and play it there. It works really well, even on low-end PCs, Mac or Android devices.
- OS: Windows 10 (64 bit)
- Processor: AMD / Intel CPU (AMD Ryzen 3 1300x or Intel i7-930 or newer)
- Memory: 16 GB RAM
- Graphics: AMD / NVIDIA dedicated graphics card, with 6GB of dedicated VRAM and Shader Model 6.0/6.1 support (i.e. AMD RX 580 8GB and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or newer)
- Additional Notes: SSD drive, Controller or keyboard + mouse
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Cloudpunk: City of Ghosts – Reviews
Nintendo switch pc playstation 4 xbox one, gamespot review.
- 7.9 User Score Based on 99 user reviews.
- 65 GameWatcher An amazing looking game with an interesting premise, let down by shallow gameplay and stuttered flow of story and dialogue.
- 80 PC Gamer The story has some issues, but this vast, beautiful city is a joy to take flight in.
- 80 PC Invasion Cloudpunk absolutely nails the cyberpunk aesthetic, but it backs up style with substance. A thoughtful and sensitive story, interesting characters, and some challenging environmental puzzles all make its attractive setting really fun to play around in, even if there are limitations.
- 80 The Indie Game Website Cloudpunk even does more than expected in its decision-making gameplay; though you’re presented with binary decisions, it’s rarely a good vs evil dilemma, with plenty of variables at play to make either option valid. It really needs to be experienced by anyone interested in cyberpunk narratives, story-driven gameplay or leisurely driving games. Even for those not interested in its themes, provided you’re open to the relaxed gameplay style, Cloudpunk will surprise you with how full of life its world is.
- 4.0 User Score Based on 14 user reviews.
- 80 GameSpace Since I have picked up this title and I have found it extremely hard to put down. I have even found myself removing my switch from its comfy home on the dock and taking the adventure with me to work. If you are looking for a mid-tier priced game at $24.99 that has a great atmosphere and offers several hours of gameplay, look no further.
- 55 Jeuxvideo.com CloudPunk remains a unique game by its proposal to offer us a primarily narrative trip in a universe which incorporates all the great codes of Cyberpunk. But this Switch port is handicapped by technical defects which largely spoil the pleasure of discovering the city of Nivalis. Long loading times, ridiculous viewing distance, fluidity that is not always there ... Arriving on the Nintendo console, the title of Ion Lands greatly loses its splendor. A version to be avoided, quite simply.
- 45 NintendoWorldReport I’m pretty sure that underneath these performance issues there is an interesting world ready to be explored. But the game’s problems run deeper than it’s graphical shortcomings. The pacing feels slow and doesn’t give the player many options to fully explore the world that is being presented. If Cloudpunk looks interesting to you, I’d highly recommend you look into other possible versions you might be able to play, because the Switch simply isn’t the place to explore the city of Nivalis.
- 50 Screen Rant Cloudpunk has a great concept, but it never quite lives up to its potential. It has a fantastic atmosphere and world, but there isn't enough substance to back it up. A strong story could have held everything together, but the endless droning dialogue kills any enthusiasm we have for the setting. The technical issues with the game could be fixed in the future, but it's sorely lacking in key areas that aren't as simple to fix. Nivalis is a fun city to visit, but it was easy for the inhabitants to drive us away, and there's no reason the Nintendo Switch version should even be considered the best platform to experience it on.
- 6.9 User Score Based on 20 user reviews.
- 40 GamingTrend Cloudpunk started off unique and interesting; you’re new to its world and are exploring it alongside the main character, Rania. Eventually, you’ll realize it’s only a cyberpunk delivery simulator with cringey voice acting and an even worse script. By that point, the game loses any redeemable qualities and becomes a burden to play. Just like the main character, and the mechanics, the game has little to no substance to offer.
- 70 Playstation Official Magazine UK Regarding this catastrophic failure of infrastructure, a wearying, cynical malaise of ‘Eh, what can you do about it?’ pervades Rania’s early forays into the city and proves just a little too real for us. The game’s own answer to this question is ‘carry out individual acts of kindness’, as with each one Rania makes Nivalis a slightly less miserable place for at least one person she encounters on her rounds – and sometimes that’s enough. [Issue#182, p.156]
- 80 PlayStation Universe Cloudpunk is a fantastic sci-fi dystopia, with some great writing and voice-acting which helps bring the stories of the people of Nivalis to life. Whilst the experience can get a bit repetitive the excellence elsewhere ensures it is worth experiencing.
- 80 The Digital Fix While it may have small performance issues and a stripped back graphical style some people may not enjoy, I adored Cloudpunk. I simply could not stop playing it, I was heavily immersed in Rania's story and was taken back by how invested I got in this dank, dark world. I am even thinking about playing it no and hopping back in to mop up the remaining trophies. Right that's it, I'm off to Nivalis.
- 7.0 User Score Based on 6 user reviews.
- 58 Player 2 While I believe the story could have been delivered more smoothly, there is no faulting the effort gone into voicing all conversations and making sure that the simple gameplay loop remains engaging for many hours. There’s an amateurish, almost cobbled-together feel about Cloudpunk in general, which luckily connects with its aesthetic, coming together in a nice, shiny, pixelated indie pie.
- 80 TheXboxHub Cloudpunk on Xbox One is something I have loved spending time with, mostly thanks to the beautifully designed future city. It's a big old journey for an indie game, however if you’re not particularly a fan of narrative and story, needing more action in your games, then I don't think this is going to be for you. Even if you are happy to take in a ton of lore, there are still times when it needs some pace injections, and I could have done with more to involve myself after the main focus finishes. But if you want to get lost in a cyber world then you can't go wrong by delivering some packages with Cloudpunk.
- 60 Xbox Achievements From a design perspective, Cloudpunk is fabulous. Stunning soundtrack, a lovely little voxel-art world, but the game itself (and the bugs! So many bugs!) don’t really inspire like the world itself. In truth, it gets incredibly repetitive and rather boring the longer the games goes on, and the narrative isn’t strong enough to get its hooks into you.
- 79 Xbox Tavern Writing off Cloudpunk as nothing but a visual attraction will be doing it a great disservice. Sure the splendour of the cyberpunk voxels and the glitz of all that billboard electricity is magnetic, but there’s also a great undercurrent of mystique that you will be spending time peeling away at that Cloudpunk becomes much more than eye candy. The unchallenging basicness may be off-putting, and coupled with stymieing technical issues Cloudpunk can be a bit of a mess that you may fail to forgive. Stick with it though and there is a tasty and indulgent piece of cyberpunk intrigue in here that will please those thirsty for something futuristic and adorned with lights in the night sky. Flawed but fascinating, Cloudpunk is short and straightforward but its elegance and its world should be enough to suck you in for as long as it lasts.
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Echo: D’Onofrio Promises an ‘Emotional Battle’ Between Kingpin and Maya Lopez
This is maya's year of realizing stuff..
After shooting and presumably killing Kingpin, a.k.a. Wilson Fisk (Vincent D’Onofrio), at the end of the Hawkeye series, Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) returns to her childhood home in Marvel Studios’ Echo. Leaving her life in New York City and returning to an unfamiliar one, Maya finds herself on her own and trapped between two worlds while trying to navigate who she really is.
Echo, which debuts on Disney+ and Hulu on January 9, is a series that fleshes out the street-level world of the MCU while also giving us deeper insight into Maya Lopez – and her connection to one of Marvel’s greatest villains.
Echo will be a chance to understand Kingpin on an interpersonal level and within the context of his crime empire. Even after causing the events that led to the death of Maya’s father, William (Zahn McClarnon) – as seen in Hawkeye – Kingpin took Maya in and shaped her rage and fighting abilities into lethal weapons for his needs. Cox says, “Growing up alongside Kingpin, she always thought [that he] was probably doing some of the right stuff because she trusted him and she believed him and she was able to learn a lot violence-wise from him.”
Yet when Maya learns of Kingpin’s role in William’s death, the question becomes what happens when those weapons – her abilities – are pointed back at him. With time and distance from Kingpin, Maya starts to Realize Stuff about the way he ran things and decides to take him on. “She realized the truth,” says Cox. “She's starting to doubt through her teens what his true intentions are. And so then when she realized, ‘This guy's not authentic. I'm going to go find my own path,’ that's when she realized she could break free.”
However, Kingpin doesn’t consider being shot in the face – as Maya did to him in the Hawkeye finale – grounds for a severed relationship but merely respects it as a casualty of their business. “He still wants her by his side,” D’Onofrio explains, “She shoots him and he realizes that that's the choice she made, but he still wants her by his side. ... What he wants is what he wants and he'll do whatever he can to get it, even if that's to take a bullet.” Describing their relationship as more father-daughter-like, D’Onofrio continues, “He's convinced that he's going to get her back, and that's where the drama starts in the story because she's being drawn away from him by something very strong.”
“After she left New York, she didn't want anything to do with Kingpin and the business anymore,” Cox says. “She wanted to go straight to Oklahoma to see her family and figure out what was happening.” Yet Maya doesn’t leave that crime world behind with a clean break: “She didn't know it yet, but her goal was to dismantle [Kingpin’s] empire.” And so that central struggle will play out between these two. When asked if Kingpin ever considered or prepared for the possibility that Maya would someday figure out he had orchestrated the events that led to the death of her father, D’Onofrio replied, “He always wins in his mind. ... Whether he fails or succeeds in other people's eyes doesn't mean a thing to him. He is what he is, and that's it.”
D’Onofrio teases that the inevitable reunion between Kingpin and Maya will be “not just a physical battle, it's an emotional battle. It's a battle about the past, and it's a battle about not letting go or letting go of the badness in one's life. The outcome of that is going to dictate what happens between the two of them.” Cox describes Maya’s “surreal” feelings on the other side of this reunion as “just a jaw-dropping moment for her. He’s unkillable and so she's afraid and scared and worried for her own life, too.”
As unkillable as he is though, Kingpin is human (until proven otherwise) and his empire must go to someone. The outcome of their reunion is critical to Kingpin because, to him, it’s about the bigger picture – his legacy. When asked if Kingpin considers Maya someone who could take up his empire after him, D’Onofrio replies, “Yeah, I think he's considering that in a real way in the Echo series.”
Marvel Cinematic Universe: Every Upcoming Movie and TV Show
Maya Lopez, the Prodigal Daughter
In Echo, Maya seems to finally be dealing with the trauma of losing her parents, which is amplified by her learning of Fisk’s betrayal and returning to a town that her grandmother, Chula (Cardinal Tantoo), sent her away from. “The original sin of this family is Maya's grandmother ... banishing her to New York with her father, and then turning her back and never looking back,” executive producer Richie Palmer explains. “It was that sin that drove the family apart.” This disconnect informs the fantastical element of the show that director Sydney Freeland attempts. “Once we started creating her ancestors, we wanted to explore what I think a lot of native cultures in the United States are, which are matriarchies. So for us, then that evolved into this sort of matrilineal bloodline of Maya Lopez, and it allowed us to meet all of these other tough badass women from [her] heritage.”
One of those other badass women is Maya’s cousin Bonnie. However, Maya’s homecoming happens after 20 long years away. Transformed and hardened by the New York City crime world, who Maya has become is a surprise to many. Palmer says, “Each one of them probably has their own different reaction. I think that her grandmother expected the worst of young Maya, which is kind of sad. Whereas somebody like Bonnie had high expectations for Maya and knows that deep down in there a real good person is hiding.” Devery Jacobs, who plays Bonnie agrees: “It's a shock. ... For Maya and Bonnie through the season, their relationship is really tested. I think for Bonnie to see just how hardened Maya's become is a heartbreak in and of itself.”
Freeland, however, provides her insight into Native communities. “I think not a lot surprises us,” she says. “It's a much different sort of pace of life on the reservation. We have all walks of life, so people encounter all sorts of conflicts in their lives. I would say personally, I wouldn't necessarily be surprised by Maya Lopez showing up to town.”
On the other hand, Maya’s reappearance is an ominous sign for Chaske Spencer’s Henry, who works for Kingpin. “Henry knows what she's capable of probably more than anybody,” says Palmer. “I think he's a little scared of her when she first shows up in town because he's not sure. ‘Is this my niece showing up? Or is this Kingpin's number two, and am I in trouble?’” Chaske Spencer agrees: “She represents the past and a lot of stuff he's done and the guilt. I think for Uncle Henry, it's like the Ghost of Christmas Past coming for him.”
As for how the other characters deal with Maya’s return, we’ll have to see when all five episodes of Echo premieres on both Disney+ and Hulu on January 9.