Lowlife 2090 is the "sleeper hit" of 2021. It takes the best parts of D&D 5e and converts it into a gritty, fast and stylish cyberpunk ttrpg. Your characters aren't going to be OP superheroes here. Weapons will kill you... and fast, if you're not smart and quick. Yes, there's magic, but it's not that benevolent. Fail a casting check and you could open a rift and release an unexpected monster, grow a beard of tentacles, or drive yourself mad among other maladies. Hacking is not a mini-game. It's quick and simple, and you can actually do those things that you do in those video games. You know, those things that you can't do in the other cyberpunk ttrpgs of the same names.
I purchased both the pdf and hardback. The book is only 322 pages, but none of it is wasted space. There's little fluff here. You get your money's worth with charts, a decent armory and collection of named weapons and cybernetics, vehicles, drones, drugs, weapon customizations, gear, and spells. You get a full bestiary, along with rules on how to customize and create your own adversaries. Did I mention vehicles? This game actually has detailed vehicle combat that's fast and easy (like your mom). There are even rules for what characters do between missions and on their downtime.
Charcter creation can be done in minutes - armed, armored, and cyber-up'd - ready to take on the man. There is a fleshed-out city, but one of the best parts of this game is that it's not bound to any meta-plot. In fact, if you wanted to use these rules to substitute another cyberpunk game (maybe the one that has elves and dragons, or maybe the one that doesn't) it's completely adaptable. You don't like magic? Toss everything supernatural out you still have a solid cyberpunk game.
I can go on and on, but for $20 you're getting a lot for that price. IMO, it's one of the better cyberpunk games out there, and if you're into this genre it definitely should be in your library.