Specifically in a cyberpunk setting I could see a lot of the identity debates becoming non-issues, not because of tolerance/manners though, but actually because of the extreme corporate/consumerist/libertarian elements that make up the world.I can't even imagine a world in which that would be true this side of complete post-scarcity (which CP 2077 sure isn't). And given that the Cyberpunk 2077 is a dystopian setting based on the idea that rapid technological change has caused massive social & economic dislocation, I'm thinking fear, hate, envy & factionalism are what makes the world turn. This is very unlikely to be a world in which tolerance & manners are at the core of how things work.
That said, for anyone who completely embraces H+ (transhumanism), at a certain point the very concept of sex becomes moot as bodies just become meat motherboards into which you plug all the things that make you 'you'.
So, your lesbian friend is already looking for "flaws" in a game that hasn't been released yet? In that old MMO I play from time to time, all those options exists that you're looking for. Any RPG worth it's money has all these options... Maybe keeping judgment after the game is released????I have a lesbian friend that felt really bothered by that, in a game....
He just states that he doesn't identify as Sonic the Hedgehog just because he plays that character in a game......errrrr..what?
The only game I can remember having height adjustment is Dragons Dogma. It allowed different heights and gave you different length torsos, legs and arms to choose from. Definitely the most freedom in creating body types in any game I've ever played.when has ANY game allowed you to adjust your height? seriously?