Up the Punx!!For me the most important style in a CyberPunk game is punk style!
Actually, yes, they can. CP2020 isn't constrained by some of the fantasy gaming conceits; body armor, even full body armor, isn't limited to just the "fighter" classes.Not every class can wear full body armor, now can they?
I didn't mean they couldn't wear it, i meant they may rather not wear it because of their class.. I always thought extra weight was harmful for some classes. (class and ability-wise, extra weight slows you down, which can make some abilities useless or at least less efficient.) But i might be wrong, i've never read that part...Up the Punx!!
Actually, yes, they can. CP2020 isn't constrained by some of the fantasy gaming conceits; body armor, even full body armor, isn't limited to just the "fighter" classes.
Still... cool looking vest though right'S all good; the only part where armor penalties would really apply is if they hinder rolls that require some sort of physical dexterity (typically, combat or stealthing.) Otherwise, armor wouldn't really affect a skill-check, particularly for the Special Abilities of the nine canon Roles:
Jury Rig/Medical Tech
Armor penalties (for wearing too many layers) wouldn't play in to any of 'em, except maybe Combat Sense, for Initiative rolls / skill-checks requiring said physical dexterity.
That wouldn't matter so much if they coded it for OpenCL instead. Only Matrox,VIA and Intel GFX card owners would have any kind of problems then, as AFAIK OpenCL code can not be run on a normal x86-64 CPU like NVidia PhysX can. But I basically agree, PhysX isn't particularly useful. Especially since the actual physics calculations seem to not be all that good.Clothing physics not tied to nvidia physx so that everyone can enjoy them.