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Which lifepath will you take?
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Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



That's a really good OP, drat :eyepop:

punk rebel ecks posted:

Imagine if this game turns out bad. lol

We get to play a cool video game or the internet melts down. Either way entertainment will be had.

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Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Mordiceius posted:

I'm assuming the sex scenes in this are not in first person (and a more explicit version of the Witcher 3 style sex scenes) and so probably see penis then?

Dear CD Projekt Red: Sorry I Made You Watch A Cyberpunk 2077 Sex Scene With Me

quote:

Players familiar with CD Projekt Red's last big RPG, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, will have an idea of what to expect in terms of boning down, although the scene is a bit more involved and a bit more graphic than what Geralt gets up to. Protagonist V and his partner slam the ham in a number of positions (all played from a first-person perspective), and there was a fair amount of full-frontal female nudity and moaning in the scene. Just as an aside: There are a lot of boobs to see in Night City.

Things cut away at key moments so it never gets full-on pornographic, and it's all over in probably 30 seconds, which maybe doesn't speak too kindly of V's performance. Hopefully, there's a mod to help with that.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Harlock posted:

Some AAA games are too big to fail, regardless of their actual quality

Yeah the game is going to sell like crazy. It's launching right before Christmas, has a huge marketing budget, and has been building hype for years now. It'll make CDPR plenty of money. The real question is whether or not it's going to have a long tail and be something people are still talking about years from now like Witcher 3 or Fallout New Vegas, or if it's going to be a disappointment that everyone moves on from as soon as the next shiny thing comes out.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



When the IGN or whatever guys were talking about their 16 hours with the game they said they didn't encounter any minigames or gambling of any kind.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Shammypants posted:

The ~14 hours IGN had with Valhalla was really weird, like right in the middle. It could just be the devs gave specific somewhat limited content to reviewers.

The reviews suggested the marketing team was watching but was largely hands off, and they started right from the beginning of the game.

Tenacious J posted:

Is there anywhere I can read a good intro/description about the three starting paths? All I’ve seen are a few sentences each.

Do they do more than just provide a few different dialogue options or quest completion shortcuts?

No one knows the full impact of the life choice decision, CDPR won't tell us. Assume it offers different rewards/quest outcomes occasionally and maybe some flavor dialogue here and there and not much else. Maybe an alteration to some pre-existing character relationships (if you're a Street Kid you already know someone in the Moxes and they mention it in passing, that sort of thing). At the level of Dragon Age: Origins, maybe.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Funky See Funky Do posted:

Is today the day the steam download opens up?

Preload times:

quote:

Preload times are even more spread out. Xbox players can preload their games now; PlayStation users can download on the December 8, with no specific time given; PC gamers on GOG can start their preload on December 7, 12 PM CET (3 AM PST), and those on Steam and Epic Games Store can start a few hours later at 5 PM CET (8 AM PST).

So tomorrow at 8 AM PST/5 PM CET.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Ms Adequate posted:

I actually read the whole OP now and it's drat good work, thanks OP!

I've been trying not to get hype for this. I've been... falling short :shobon:

e; Do we know what time reviews will start dropping? I'd presume in the preceding 24 hours?

Review embargo is supposed to lift tomorrow. Streaming the game is prohibited until Wednesday afternoon.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Turin Turambar posted:

I just watched a combat sequence of decent duration, part played on Hard, and part played on Normal. It was the Maelstrom base so it wasn't a big spoiler for me

It took CDPR three games to make a Witcher title where you could say "eh the combat is alright, I guess," so I was expecting them to get the balance/feel wrong. They've never done an FPS before. Hopefully CDPR or some intrepid modders can tweak the numbers and make something with a better feel in six months or a year.

How did the AI seem? Responsive? Braindead? And for the stealth, do you know if the player had any points invested in stealth skills?

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Horizon Burning posted:

lmao @ judy being confirmed lesbian only. i think a lot of people are going to be very unhappy in the coming days

I really like that because I hate it when NPCs are player-sexual. It makes it feel like they don't have defined identities and I want the characters I interact with in a game to feel like people, not gratification machines that reward me when I dump in enough resources.

But here's hoping for some quality meltdowns over it.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Zeta Acosta posted:

the people playing the game right now are playing a build so bad that cdpr delayed the loving thing for the third time. i dont envy them

Very curious to see how much the mythical Day One Patch fixes things. Get the feeling that even with the patch the game is going to be a lot more janky than some people might be prepared for.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Mad Wack posted:

if you go look on the game leaks reddit you can find tons of footage now - i think i've seen like 8 hrs of gameplay and i really like what im seeing

e: specifically this leak of three hours of ps5 gameplay is going around, it's before the day one patch obviously don't click it unless you want spoilers on the early game missions https://vod.bitwave.tv/replay/Carlos2077_replay_1607291500404.mp4

Go to the 13 minute mark to watch the streamer fail the world's simplest hacking minigame. It's like a natural law that only the worst players on the planet get games early.

Hopping around the vid everything seems to be serviceable. A little clunky but part of that might just be the streamer not really understanding where they're supposed to be going and trying to randomly climb every surface. Enemies are definitely spongy and pretty braindead, so I'll probably just play on Normal so I can get through the fights quick. Also cars don't appear to have location damage? The streamer opened up on a car's wheel and the car slowly caught on fire and then exploded from its tire getting shot.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Witcher 1 is weird because they clearly wanted to tell a story about Geralt dealing with a sorceress and a child-source but they didn't want to use Yen and Ciri for some reason (maybe Sapkowski wouldn't let them?). So they created Alvin and just had Triss fill in for Yen. I actually hadn't read any of the books prior to playing Witcher 3 and I thought it was odd that this Ciri character had basically the same stuff going on as Alvin.

rabidcowfromhell posted:

I've seen it asked a couple times but not sure if it ever got answered: do we know if there's some kinda Gwent-type minigame in this?

I haven't seen anything of the sort and I've been checking out a bunch of leaked gameplay vids.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Ihmemies posted:

Hopefully the main character is more interesting/likable than Geralt. Geralt was an old, grayed out grumpy rear end in a top hat who mumbled his lines and just seemed to hate everything and do all the things for money or whatever. I played Witcher 1 to swamp and Witcher 2 and 3 maybe 1-2 hours each. I just can't stand that dude. I like role-playing games more where I get the feeling that I can decide what the character does instead of looking at some extremely boring pre-canned cutscenes where the protagonist mumbles everything laconically without any passion at all.

I have high doubts because slavic people seem to be like that and produce depressing games and characters. We'll see in a few days... I have not pre-ordered and I won't preoder unless the game turns out to be good and the main character likeable.

Geralt is super likeable and has a great sense of humor. The gruff, I-only-care-about-money thing is a show he puts on because that's what people expect from a witcher, and he's also been hurt a bunch so he's selective about who he's vulnerable with. He's actually pretty complex overall. Witcher 3 is all about exploring his relationships to other characters, most importantly his foster daughter. But yeah, he does have a pre-existing personality and you can only bend Geralt so much via dialogue options.

And you definitely have to play more than 2 hours of the 130 hour game to get all of that.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Turin Turambar posted:

AI: A bit of column A, a bit of column B?
No idea of his build, he never showed it.

Thanks, been watching more gameplay and I'm getting more down on the AI. It seems to understand how to take cover at least.

I'm curious about the stealth because stealthy hacker is my usual go-to in Deus Ex and the like. Hopefully stacking points in stealth perks/skills will have the expected effect on enemy detection radius, etc.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



On the subject of reviews, seeing anecdotal info that smaller outlets still might not have review codes. Unclear how many actual reviews will be up before launch day, and a bunch of those are going to be from people who had to slam through the game to get the article out in time because the code was late. Clearly CDPR wasn't satisfied with just making their own staff do crunch hours to meet release date, so now they're making the reviewers crunch to get reviews ready for the embargo lift. Very cyberpunk of them.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Sekenr posted:

I didn't follow development too closely but now I watched some gamepley videos and they kind of look like garbage graphics wise? It kinda looks worse than even Witcher 3 not to mention GTAV or RDR

If you're watching the leaked vids that's all PS4/XBone gameplay. There's supposed to be a patch sometime next year to upgrade it for the PS5/XBOX-whatever-the-gently caress-their-naming-scheme-is. And yeah it looks kinda crappy on those systems.

There's no PC gameplay out in the wild except what CDPR has on their official youtube and marketing channels.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Slumpy posted:

not super psyched that the one of the scenes I scanned to has an npc getting trapped ontop of a box and then it fuckin half life 2 gravity gun float glitches up into the ceiling

In the scene where V buys the flathead mech a completely static NPC hovers the box over without touching it, sets the hoverbox on the table, and then bumps against it until it's in place before sliding away to the left, poppin up over the table as he goes. It's hilarious.

45:20 mark if you want a good laugh.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Eason the Fifth posted:

Whereyall think metacritic is gonna land

I'm guessing 93

https://twitter.com/HardDriveMag/status/1335947292810080256?s=20

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Anita Dickinme posted:

Holy poo poo @ 30%. That is insane. :stare:

That's what GOG takes from devs who they don't share ownership with. It's considered the standard cut.

I think Epic is undercutting that by only taking 10-20%?

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.




I always hear about Day One Patches and how they're gonna fix everything and it never works out that way. Brace for a lot of bugs if you're grabbing this at launch. They didn't do a last-minute, three-week delay because the game was stable and needed some minor touch-ups.

ErrEff posted:

Why are reviewers allowed to post their reviews and scores but not their own footage?

WEIRD.

Because bug compilation videos strike terror into the hearts of game marketing teams industry-wide.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



BlankSystemDaemon posted:

Do any of the reviews mention whether reviewers got the day-one patch included in the copy they played?

They supposedly have whatever the most recent digital build was at the time they got their review key. So more patched up than the physical copies floating around but possibly not as patched as whatever will be available on launch day.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Whoa, reviewers are calling this the best game ever? Unprecedented.



Cyberpunk 2077 - Darker, sexier, better.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Zeta Acosta posted:

im replaying new vegas right now so i dont care about yank, the entire game is broken or just the console version?
if the pc version is a mess then what the gently caress was all that "guys the game is finished we promise" stuff from cdpr?

That's called marketing.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



The Last Call posted:

I remember when a single gig was massive.

Hell I remember when I only had a 80 gig HD and thought it would take care of anything.

Those were the times.

*Pats his 5 TB collection of SDD's and NVME's.*

I remember being excited when my parents got a computer that had enough storage for me to do FULL INSTALLS of videogames. Wow, I don't need to swap discs to play Baldur's Gate!

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Mr Luxury Yacht posted:

What days were those lol? I sure as hell can't think of any jankless times in gaming.

The good old days when you just plugged the cart into the system and it just worked. Like Final Fantasy 6, where the evade stat doesn't do anything and Relm's Sketch can cause the entire game to crash and delete all of your data.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Turin Turambar posted:

https://twitter.com/SkillUpYT/status/1335999302812925954

SkillUp at least shows some integrity. He finished the game but will way until he can use his own footage.

I initially thought that they were only blocking live streaming of the game until Wednesday, in order to stop leaked console play from popping up all over Twitch and Youtube. But not letting actual reviewers they sent advance copies to to use their own footage is hilarious. CDPR has zero faith in their own game.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Starks posted:

Wait a minute so no one has reviewed this game for consoles? Or am I misunderstanding that SkillUp tweet?

As of right now there are zero console reviews on Metacritic. Every review that has dropped is a PC review.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



The Grumbles posted:

I was just watching the Jeff Gerstmann stream, and one example he gave was a vending machine with advertising on it that says "Buy this or gently caress off!". AS this very, kind of, low-effort attempt at social commentary. The way he put it, it just doesn't feel very creative and comes off as rehashed/tired. That worries me, because that's the kind of thing that really gets in the way for me. I couldn't get through Outer Worlds for similar reasons!

I wouldn't be shocked to see that on a vending machine now in 2020, so the idea that this is supposed to be transgressive or shocking is kind of funny. Outer Worlds is an apt comparison.

Outer Worlds: "Whoa, these corporations are driving their employees so hard that it's killing them! They literally own these people!"
Me, in 2020: Uh, yes, and...?

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Ms Adequate posted:

I'm leery about how they've handled it and definitely dislike their marketing, but I do see the merit in most of what you say here. Cyberpunk is a pretty loving trans genre in principle, for exactly the reasons you say, but on top of that how do we know if a character is trans? You can't have someone meet you go "Hey btw I'm trans!" they did that with ME:A and it was a shitshow. The credible ways would be more subtle and it's possible those don't come to the fore in the time spent and/or aren't things most reviewers notice and/or think to mention? Like I'm not super optimistic here, but...

History Comes Inside! posted:

It’s the super-techno-future where body modification is ubiquitous and apparently readily available to just about everyone.

Not a shitpost or trying to give CDPR a pass on any of their poo poo, it just seems like a setting where being trans would be so profoundly “So what? This person right here has 3 robot dicks and that vending machine over there sells USB vaginas, it’s not unusual.” that it would likely go unremarked upon.

The voice = gender and the apparent total lack of they/them as an option thing is absolutely dumb as gently caress though.

It's worth noting that in the article the reviewer said that almost none of the characters they encountered were coded queer in a meaningful way. For a transgressive future where body modification is the norm, people sure are sticking real hard to standard 2020 gender presentations. "This person has three robot dicks and two USB vaginas, gender doesn't matter!" doesn't work as an excuse when what the game is actually giving you is apparently cisgender sex workers hanging out next to mountains of dildos.

ufarn posted:

gosh this transhumanism sure raises a lot of interesting questions that would be awesome to explore, hopefully someone will make a game about this

Agreed, maybe CDPR will bother in the sequel.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Turin Turambar posted:

In other news, the Ign review notes at least 6 different ending in the game.

quote:

The depth and variation available throughout most of these is genuinely hard to wrap my head around. You have to understand that in Cyberpunk 2077, just because something is a side mission doesn’t mean it’s not important to the story. This may come as a shock to anyone who has played CDPR’s previous Witcher games, especially The Witcher 3, but when I was mainlining the story it only took me around 20 hours to beat. That said, that only gave me access to three distinct endings, all of which were enjoyable but offered less control over the outcome than I would have expected. It was only after reloading a save from before the point of no return and spending another 20 hours playing through side missions, falling in love with characters, and leaving more of a mark on Night City that I went back to finish the story once again only to find my options had been massively expanded through my actions. After putting roughly 45 hours into Cyberpunk 2077, I was able to beat it seven different ways, including three drastically different final missions and five wildly different but satisfying endings after them (plus one similar one) – and I still have plenty more to do and lots of mysteries to hunt down. The more time you put in, the richer the payoff you’ll get in the end.

That's actually one of the more encouraging things I've heard about the story and your ability to impact it as the player.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Zeta Acosta posted:

The last good Obsidian games are new Vegas and alpha protocol

Deadfire is really good.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Capn Beeb posted:

So there's genitalia specific dialogue and gender specific animations, but we can't pick our pronouns at character creation? I'm not trying to be sarcastic or anything, it's late and I just want to make sure I'm fully comprehending what you're saying here.

If that's the case, good grief. It feels like CDPR didn't drop the ball, they just flat out refused to pick it up. Maybe gave it a couple of kicks.

Also yeah, voice training is hell.

At character creation you choose a male or female voice and that determines your pronouns and what gender-specific insults the enemies scream at you.

Communist Bear posted:

So can we unlock this tomorrow using special vpn time sorcery wizardly and becoming Kiwis?

Possibly on xbox, but PC and PS5 release is simultaneous global launch.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



I said come in! posted:

The vast majority of straight people are really boring.

am straight, can confirm

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Norton posted:

If you get a car at the start I'll just drive around and look at stuff while checking out the sound track. Then it's probably straight into quests because I have to assume most of cool stuff is going to be unlocked through quests.

I wouldn't get too excited about the AI based on the reviews and the clips I've seen. I can't imagine it's going to be much more impressive than watching Skyrim NPCs walk around.

Less impressive than Skyrim, for sure. Reviews have said NPCs are non-persistent and one even said they will actually pop out of existence if you watch them long enough. They don't have schedules or personalities or anything, they're generic crowd models with basic AI responses to being shot at, etc.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



steinrokkan posted:

So GTA

That's better than the half-assed radiant AI (hich has the side effect f cities being mostly devoid of life)

Basically. Crowd NPCs don't really need to do anything more than physically exist, make small talk with other NPCs/grumble when you bump into them, and maybe pretend to be engaged in some minor activity like checking out a store window, etc. If they aren't directly involved in a quest then they're just set dressing and should be unobtrusive.

And agreed that it's preferable to Skyrim having a population of thirty in its busiest city, half of whom are flagged to be indestructible immortals because they're involved in a minor side quest chain.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



house of the dad posted:

This reasoning seems a little dubious to me. Shooting yourself in the foot with reviewers by giving them a product that runs poorly doesn't make much sense if you're trying to sell a game. I'm excited to get my hands on this at launch but CDPR has done just about everything in its power to make me feel like I'm getting duped or misled.

Their launch trailer doesn't show a single NPC gliding stiffly across the floor or hovering into the sky so they are definitely misleading people about the actual gameplay experience.

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Khanstant posted:

if this game doesn't have as many minigames as Yakuza Kiwami I'm gonna say it stinks

It has racing, boxing, and some sort of shooting gallery.

No bug lady wrestling as far as I'm aware.

Edit: the first DLC should add slot car racing 🏎️

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Spuckuk posted:

If you need a really ott, cyberpunk in mostly aesthetic only, ultimately fun show, the anime Akudama Drive thats airing right now might do you.

Akudama Drive owns and the animation is gorgeous

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwvYEZh5Ftk

Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



Simone Magus posted:

And it comprises maybe 10 total pages of text, all of which is discarded as you say in favor of what becomes, let's face it, a Piers Anthony novel

Trying to imagine a harsher statement one could direct towards a work of fiction

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Wicked Them Beats
Apr 1, 2007

Moralists don't really *have* beliefs. Sometimes they stumble on one, like on a child's toy left on the carpet. The toy must be put away immediately. And the child reprimanded.



What I don't understand about that footage isn't the empty streets or horrendous vehicle physics. What I don't understand is why every dumb rear end in a top hat who has bothered to stream this game doesn't do anything. Eight minutes and all that guy did was drive in circles and put markers on his map that he immediately drives in the opposite direction of. There's dozens of icons on the map, go to one of them and do something!

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