I always have to have a quiet chuckle every time a game glorifies 1950s/60s USA as some sort of "golden era of everything". Beyond that, not that long ago in video games there were quite a few "clone" games of major series from competing companies. That kind of died for a bit, and I'm happy to see it make a comeback. As great as any game is, it's always nice to see a different team grab the concept and do something similar. Not just "open world FPS RPG" similar, but right down to the nitty gritty, and seeing how different creative processes present a similar story.