Until they give me a recording of the guy outright saying the release date and a document signed by a voice analyst that this is in fact him, I'm not believing any of this shit.
I was so fucking disappointed with Human Revolution
THinking about it, the sci-fi genre was actually underrepresented too for many a years.
Just recently people noticed that space is a great setting again
sadly most of them seem to be pretty shitty Oh god where is my Freelancer II
Same. I suppose there actually is a few when you let go of the typical, late 80s/early 90s aesthetic and focus on the themes, but I want my electric blue mohawk and cathode ray tv screens.
Sure, these days there is not much sci-fi, but when you look at the entirety of gaming history there is a wealth of sci-fi and fantasy and not a lot of cyberpunk.
Just always seemed strange to me.
I agree. A decent game in a great setting. But sadly with a very mediocre story.
>play on hardest difficulty, try a pacifist run at the first playthrough
>it's going pretty well
>Suddenly, I find myself armed with a tranquilizer in a small room against a minigunwielding Enemy
Fuck these bosses, seriously. Only could beat the invisible one because she glitched hard and got stuck in one place
If we compare, there was much more Sci-fi on TV back then too. People were more fascinated with it, it seems.
What you get now are mostly mystery-drama-bullshit series. And Fantasy, oh god, so much bad fantasy.
Some days I wish they would redo System Shock on a modern engine and add to it, Then I remember Bioshock. Loved Bioshock one though.
People were hopeful for the future, Now they know nothing good will happen, That's why survival and dystopian games are doing well
I don't know, played through it when it came out.
But for all my critizism, I actually did finish the game pretty fast, so I guess it was better than I remember.
To be fair, I have kind of a problem with endings. (in every medium that tells a story) If I deem the ending to be bad, it will drop my rating of it by 1-2 out of 10 points (shitty analogy, but I lack the vocabulary to describe it better)
This is also why I really don't like Steven King, he can't finish stories for shit.
The endings in HR are sort of held back by the fact that we already know what happens in Deus Ex 1, I'm glad they didn't just shit on the original Deus Ex by coming up with their own timeline.
You guys excited for the Cyberpunk version of Minecraft?
Of course you fucking faggots are.
That reminds me, is Space Station 13 ever going to be brought to an engine that wasn't coded by an eel?
I really want to play it but BYOND is so fucked for me that I just get auto-disconnected, because apparently at 60mb download of game files takes more than an hour, even though normally it takes me just a few seconds.
>no cyberpunk rpg
Am I being rused?
It's a pity the plot shat itself in the second half of the game and Sarif didn't do literally anything, such a boring character. The setting was so hollow and after exploring a little just uninteresting. At least Pritchard turned out to be awesome as time went on. Somehow it's still a solid game
I just want a cyberpunk RPG that lets me go brain inside a machine body.
Is that so much to ask?
>Implying it isn't possible
Literally the only thing holding it back is
1) Machine bodies aren't as capable as human bodies right now, let alone better
2) It needs artificial organs to supplement the brain and keep it functioning
Both problems look like they're on the border of being solved within the next fifty years.
tfw no cyberpunk mmo I can live in being an assassin/hacker/bar owner etc
GitS mmo was supposed to be happening
I've always wanted to watch GitS, but never got around to do it.
My one question is: does one feel its age because it has been copied that often... or does it still maintain a unique atmosphere?
I've played recently a cyberpunk mod for Half Life 2 called "G String". It's awesome but a little depressive and empty sometimes. Not RPG tho, but if you are into cyberpunk, you should give it a try.
>tfw no cyberpunk game where you can start as a male and during the game pay to get your body replaced with a sexy female cyborg body
Any good sci-fi/Cyberpunk games you can recommend?
No. I really wish I did though.
Leave the house and go to a major city at night.
>Kojima will never make another Snatcher
One of my favorite things to do. Sometimes I spend an entire night just walking where ever I feel like going.
Seattle is best city
I never got that upgrade. I may as well not have played the game.
the reason why cyberpunk as a genre isn't terribly popular is that it is too cerebral.
it tackles social, philosophical and scientific themes that just don't induce boners in most people.
Well, this can be said about any genre. There could be enough 'carefree' cyberpunk shooters out there that don't deal with anything.
I just think it's too nieche of a genre. Which is, quite frankly, staggering, because it's awesome. Just like
didn't play it long enough to review it but i can see the potential of it
it's a very polarizing game to say the least
the only thing the game wants from you is patience and
Liking steampunk, I bet
you like Guns of Icarus online
tfw this game still has a mod scene
it is the very nature of cyberpunk to deal with things.
in literary tradition at least.
i guess you could just slap mohawks and neon on things and go for aesthetic, but that is precisely how steampunk went full retard.
or i could simply be wrong, i guess
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Personally I still haven't seen anything that would make me feel so fulfilled when it comes to cyberpunk atmosphere and setting.
just watch the '95 version and not the remastered one, it destroyed the "making of a cyborg" scene which is, in my opinion, one of the best shit ever made in animation
I think "remastered" versions of 80s/90s cyberpunk material miss part of the weird charm cyberpunk has as a genre, which is seeing really outdated forms of technology being present in the future, landline phones, phone booths, computer operating systems still looking like Windows 98 etc.
Oh god, I got the bluray of what I thought was just a remaster of the original, but was actually GiTS2.0. The second I saw the opening scene with Motoko diving off they skyscraper and exploding the guy's head all done in CGI, I turned that shit off.
Luckily the original film is in the special features. It's not remastered, but it still looks good.
The funny thing is, predicting the future will become even more hilarious as technology advances faster.
And don't forget hackers as countercultural warriors, every year it becomes funnier in retrospect.
15% of ff7 is pretty cyberpunk.
People are still trying to make an online combat game out of it, It works over lan but online has lag.
>We will never get a truely open world game that looks like this
Pulled this from their site, don't think its going to be anything like minecraft. But sounds like a decent attempt at a tps moba
>Titan Mode is our core objective-focused game mode. Played in a 5v5 team environment, Titan Mode combines elements of popular MOBA (multi-player online battle arena)-style games (creep farming, lanes and items) with the fast-paced and visceral nature of old-school shooters like Unreal Tournament and Quake
Are you fuckers even trying?
Isn't Human Revolution the Cyberpunk game we've always wanted?
You have played Deus Ex, right?
The world is great but the gameplay/story is bland and it's hub worlds.
Nth for play E.Y.E Divine Cybermancy if you want a cyberpunk run and gun (dont expect doos ex)
Also we have a cybergames general where we yell about brozouf and bitch about Neotokyo on /vg/ it's pretty cozy
Yes. If you have problems come to /cgg/. There's usually a reason for something being fucking weird and sometimes there's even a workaround
It's one of those unpolished gems in the vein of Bloodlines or Mount and Blade that you can really get a lot of value out of
>lazerhawk will never do a game ost
Man toonami is based
The very antithesis of Cyberpunk.
Cyberpunk's crutch has always been very fine detail and great cyberpunk works find a subtle way of introducing those details to you.
Minimalist shit is just lazy from a design perspective and souless from an art directing perspective.
>cyberpunk game with little to no RPG
Since when is walking around considered a game? Holy FUCK that looks dumb. Basically Gone Home in a dyson sphere. BRILLIANT!!! 10/10
It's actually quite good and Director's Cut gonna be even better.
Never played Shadowrun, Where do you recommend I start?
Someone know this RPG?
Some years ago I bought Harry Potter's game for my PS2, but it was another game (some Japanese RPG) and I want to know which was.
It began with a video of an anime-style girl of long and brown-colored hair (a little bit like te girl of the img), she was not a woman, she was just a child, in that moment skip the video because I didn't like that japanese song.
I was dropped in the main menu, it was in English and in that moment I dont understand very much the English but up to where I can understand I believe that I was a new boy in a school, later there was a specie of meeting with all the sudents of the school, where a few adults were speaking but while they were speaking, a boy behind my character was speaking about a female teacher. That is everything I can remember. Please help me to know the name of the game and sorry for the bad english.
>tfw no Arkham Beyond video game
Cyberpunk fans should check out WetWare if you like Shadowrun style netrunning:
>roguelike with permadeath in mega-structure
>compared to tiny ass house
We'll just have to keep bugging him to keep adding monsters and different weapons, maybe even companions.
I just hope we can really cybernetically augment our characters in Cyberpunk 2077, rather than have it all from the get-go, like DEHR does it.
Yeah, but the thing is I'm wondering to what an extent we'll be able to do it.
Knowing CDPR, I'd assume that they will go for something close to the original Deus Ex, with limbs functioning as slots and having multiple options for each slot, considering how highly iterative CDPR are when it comes to game design. Always taking the best of the genre and adding their own spin on it, trying to change it to fit their vision.
Why is fantasy/medieval so much more popular than sci-fi and future?
Is really because fantasy is easy to understand because "lol magic" and sci-fi is more technical?
Sorry, not too much into fallout lore eventhough I played NV. How much is NV or 3rd after 1st or 2nd? Why am I asking is because everything looks like just apocalyptic shithole, nobody is renovating anything.
Hey, Look a spelling error LOLXD!!!!
Because sci-fi is mostly dystopian and even when it isn't, it's still focused a lot of society, which makes normalfags feel uncomfortable because it tries to stimulate the brain into thinking about things. Fantasy is literally just "lol fantasy". That's why Mass Effect 2 was so damn popular, it was literally "Lol fantasy in space".
The apartment was really good.
I also loved that first office, wish my office looked that comfy and cool
A short break in image dumping. Gotta go eat.
Hey, Do you know how I know you're gay?
I don't suppose any of you have or know where I can get some hi-res Syd Mead pics, would you?
>no one ever mentions the most cyberpunk game ever, pic related
Cyberpunk 2077 seems ambitious enough to implement this. I don't think they will, though, but I do hope they have something like that.
What is the absolute worst thing a dev can do for a cyberpunk game
What is the absolute best thing a dev can do for a cyberpunk game
That's because despite all the flaws it was actually trying
That's why people praise games the VTMB and new vegas despite being flawed as shit
they had actual effort and made risky choices
i bet you if more game devs threw caution to the wind they'd have much longer terms sales
>What is the absolute worst thing a dev can do for a cyberpunk game
forget the punk
>What is the absolute best thing a dev can do for a cyberpunk game
Visually represented cybernetic customization that affects gameplay.
If Cyberpunk 2077 is open world, has a branching story and multiple endings, full customization, social activities with in-game friends and a Deus Ex approach to mission variability, then I'm set.
It could very well be the GOAT.
I think it's less about the target demographic and more about the creators. The medieval fantasy setting has more developed references and lores while it's harder for them to come up with good sci-fi concepts without copy pasting too much. The people who can do this tend to be sci-fi writers and few of them care about video games. Also, It could be more trite if we plug fantasy games into sci-fi setting, some of them only sounds good if they are medieval fantasy
I would actually do this
I'd make myself faceless though because visors and shit are way cooler,
and it's a fetish of mine
>Solid Snake spends his days tracking down government weapons and destroying them
>First mission involves taking surveillance and the releasing of information about the latest US Navy super weapon
>Solidus Snake tries to use violence to obtain the identities of the Patriots and take down the US government
>Raiden decides to reject the ideals a corrupt society has given him and chooses lives by his own morals and standards
And just in case you think the punk element is gaudy haircuts, have this picture.
YOU'RE LE CHOSEN WUN TO SAVE DA WORL
a nice visual juxtaposition of upper and lower class and ethical parallel of how they're relentless and ruthless in getting what they want?
I sure hope you folks are reporting the faggot who posts this "western vs eastern" shit every time. Also, remember to filter him after reporting.
>my face when I love the Witcher but I want CDPR to hurry and finish it already so they can make the game I actually want
I loved the look of Human revolution. I just wish that there were more city hubs and side missions.
He actually, unironically, literally thinks this is somehow a good thing.
Your appointment with FEMA should be finalized within the week. I've already discussed the matter with the Senator.
tfw the only semi-recent cyberpunk turn based rpg is a game no one ever heard of on /v/
>there will never be a free-roaming Spider-Man 2099 game with Spider-Man 2's swinging mechanics
>you will never swing through a neon-lit cyberpunk city
>You will never gain brouzouf
i disagree. it find that cyberpunk works better when there's both. where there's that stark divide. like grunge filed foot on the ground all the way to the immaculate cloistered towers.
I'd have nothing against FPP or TPP, I just don't want it to be another generic FPS or linear adventure with RPG elements. The artstyle direction was right, it should be just sandbox
>playing through Policenauts for the first time
>those amazing detailed descriptions of everything that you can click on the screen
I'm in sweet autistic heaven.
Literally three stories in the download so far
First is cutesy anime loli sex bot with optional cat ears
Second is stoic hired gun/bounty hunter character
Third is girl computer genius/hacker for hire with parental problems
They were aright stories especially the second guy (first would have been good if you could fuck her) but it's so short.
Does Fade to Black count?
Does anyone on /v/ even remember playing it?
I think people get waaaaay too hung up on those elements. There are people in this thread right now who will tell you that if it doesn't take place in a rainy slum, it isn't cyberpunk. I wish people made more esoteric stuff.
Bloodnet did a lot of things right for a cyberpunk RPG but was severely crippled as well by its flaws.
The worst thing about it was the scenarios in the 'create your character' section at the beginning of the game were far more interesting than anything you'll experience in-game.
The game itself was fucking garbage
But I liked the character models and areas
Fanart for a non-existing game.
I actually like the gaudy 80s stuff. But I see what you are getting at.
Also Tank Police>GITS
Yeah I see it now. Those robots are concept art for Elysium. They were the police drones.
Well to be honest, grimy rundown future neon cities with lots of sex, drugs and violence are something cyberpunk has always done well.
is this that game NaissancE? Or some copycat?
Blame! was very minimalist in its approach to cyberpunk.
>What's the difference between cyberpunk and sci-fi
cyberpunk is a subgenre of sci-fi.
It's mostly characterised by technology being so advanced you can plug brains to computers/switch brains out for machines entirely, mega-corps taking over the earth and a lot of people sitting in the gutter just trying to stay alive in this brave new neon dystopia.
>Shit lives for everybody
>Machines are the police force
>Oppressive rich people hovering right over the heads of the people in space hogging the technology that could save the Earth
And that's all I got.
>tfw 90% of the concept art for Elysium which was cool as fuck was never used
I would care, but sadly that movie fucked itself over at the last second.
It's not like there's some kind of societal problem preventing everyone from getting the same wonder-tech as everyone else, no it's just the dicks in their space station who are literally sitting on dozens of those fix-everything-machines for a reason we're never told.
What possible reason could the people on Elysium have for hoarding wonder tech from the entire planet?
As far as I was aware, the people of Earth were still a core part of the construction process for the machines, meaning they need to be supported. And at the end of the day that's where all your damn resources are.