Unless you like to drive cars that have banana peels for wheels, or walk along streets filled with doors that you'll never unlock, night clubs that you'll never enter (even if they have huge "shop windows" with strippers - those glass panels are impervious to any of your weapons), filled with NPCs that are dumber than a pile of bricks (leave a bike on the road and you'll cause a pile up; occasionally, they'll lock up an intersection on their own, playing a game of "no, you go first" among themselves; and they aren't much smarter on foot either). Oh, and RPG is really shallow, most decisions you make are completely irrelevant. But then a couple of replies in one mission (that mostly look as good as the others) decide whether you can later get a certain, more positive ending or not. Also, from time to time, the voice actors really miss the emotion, it looks like some of the lines were recorded out of context. Even Johnny (Reeves). If I haven't persuaded you yet, you can expect loot you can't pick up, an occasional bugged mission, an occasional UI glitch or CTD (had one in around 60h, so, not to bad, but it did happen; other things I mentioned, not game breaking, but they happen). But who am I kidding, I'm loving the game! Got to the "point of no return" in around 55h, decided not to go through until I've tied up some additional story arcs. Regretted bitterly reading a mission guide and going back and doing that one bit as they suggested instead of how I originally did it - their approach initially makes a significant NPC happier, but, in the longer run, that choice blows up badly into the faces of the ones I was supposed to help. It doesn't affect my available outcomes or even any future missions AFAIK (except for that bit of gut wrenching dialog), but I got attached to that bunch, one character in particular. I was really a little bit heartbroken when I found out how things developed. So, it's (more than) a good game in my book, but really curb your expectations, because, while they don't define my experience with this title, all the things I wrote in the first paragraph are true, and with many people's expectations of what the game will provide being almost boundless, no wonder that many were disappointed. All things considered, if you're aware of all the game's faults and you're still itching to play it, go for it, but if you're not sure, maybe wait for some of the DLCs. I have no idea what will be in them, they might nudge the game closer to what some were hoping for, or not, but either way, if you're not in a hurry, they won't make the game worse.