Honestly, I have some pretty good faith, even the gameplay from the shows, Videos and whatever has been showed so far looks beyond anything we've had before, between the aesthetic and the gameplay I'm really hoping they pull through with a finished project, so far it's been many years they have had their sights on the Cyberpunk world since E3 way back in the day with the first teaser and they have probably been working with some people for longer. So my high hopes to create what thrill I'm looking for.Fuck man. It sounds like the writers have a good take on this. Imagine if CDPR transitions seamlessly from a fantasy setting to Sci-fi, what kind of cred will they have? All they've done for the last 15 years is fantasy and then BAM, here's top quality sci-fi.
With all the problems previous Witcher games had, writing was not one of them. Writing department is the one I'm least worried about when it comes to the transition from fantasy to cyberpunk.Fuck man. It sounds like the writers have a good take on this. Imagine if CDPR transitions seamlessly from a fantasy setting to Sci-fi, what kind of cred will they have? All they've done for the last 15 years is fantasy and then BAM, here's top quality sci-fi.
Agreed.With all the problems previous Witcher games had, writing was not one of them. Writing department is the one I'm least worried about when it comes to the transition from fantasy to cyberpunk.
If there's one thing CDPR never disappoints with, it's their stories. More intense and emotional than the Bloody Baron sounds great to me, although to be fair, I don't necessarily feel that this plotline was the most emotional in the entire game and its DLCs. It was definitely up there, and it was written by my favorite game developer (individual, not the studio in general) of all time, but I think some of the content in Blood & Wine overshadows it. And Hearts of Stone for that matter.Poza umiejętnością twórczego pisania, w pracy scenarzysty gier bardzo ważne jest logiczne myślenie i szerokie horyzonty - twierdzi Marcin Blacha, story director w CD Projekt RED. Stworzony przez jego zespół scenariusz do Cyberpunka 2077 zajmie mniej więcej tyle, co osiem grubych książkowych tomów.innpoland.pl
Interview with Marcin Blacha, story director for Cyberpunk 2077 who also worked on all the previous Witcher games.
In relation to Cyberpunk he recounts some of his favorite characters who appear in the game: prisoner who desires to achieve his lifelong dream during his single day of leave, an AI running a cab company (maybe the same one that we saw in E3 2019 trailer?) and a certain smart girl working at the ezoteric shop whose part time job is being a nurse (Misty?). He also mentions that according to his general calculations all the dialogues written for the game make for a two massive books, director commentary for them another two and all the non-voiced text probably four. Then there is also all the documentation for the game, which is also massive in size. Plus he considers world of Cyberpunk 2077 one of the characters.
There was also an interview with polish voice actors for male and female V.
Kamil Kula (male V) mentions that recently he recorded voiceover for one quest, which he believes in terms of emotions completely overshadows Bloody Baron plotline from The Witcher 3. Due to the raw emotions involved he even had to take a break in the middle of recording.
Kamil also said that there will be some quests and paths unique for male V, as well as quests and paths unique for female V.
Other then that they talked about how they were already recording dialogue for the game for 120 hours as a whole and are still not done. They were also surprised with how professional castings were, since usually they last around 15 minutes, but here every candidate was interviewed for around 45 minutes and during casting developers were present to make sure that their voices will fit the characters, which is also something that they never saw happening before.
I was wondering about The Mox gang connotations with Lizzy Wizzy. At first I was thinking they might be a Chromer gang inspired by her music, but now I'm more inclined to believe they might be more of a antiLizzy club. Her logo depicted next to their name on the image looks more like a dark parody and then there is a fact that they are named Mox (which sounds like "mocks"), which might imply that they are some sort of pranksters gang who targets celebrities, just like Bozos target random people, just to completely break them mentally. Lizzy Wizzy might be their newest target and they might be responsible for the scandal she's involved with, which was referenced in the previous trailer.Another great vid from Neon with interesting info on two new gangs .
There’s just something missing from them, and most usually the attempted emotional scenes come off as forced and tryhard, and amateurish in their childlike show-off mentality. Because try as they might, they’re not art movies or books.That's too bad. I've played many a game that have made me cry, or feel angry. And not because of poor game mechanics.