A great cyberpunk-noir game with a story which revolves around the human condition, evolution, revolution, human rights and oppression.
The game can be played as either full stealth or gun-blazing action, as well as anything in between. Missions can be completed in a variety of ways, choices matter even quite later in the game, providing sometimes surprising twists in aspects of how the story plays out.
The setting, scenery and storytelling feel unique and absorb you more into how the world might be in the future technologically, aesthetically and philosophically than in the actual specific plotline of the main story. It feels like a fleshed out universe where you want to know even more lore. I have read every bit of news and arcticles and ebooks in the game.
There are many ways to complete the quests and to defeat the bosses, especially in the director's cut, though some tactics-playstyles prove to be easier and others more challenging (but still achievable and intresting-worthwhile).
I love the game and the atmosphere of it, the setting, I have played it two or three times and will probably revisit it in the future, it's been one of my favorites