I do not agree. The music was perfect, I love the fact that it was not just pure noise. Futuristic theme does not mean that music is dead.but due to the music ( fitting but not electronic-y enough)
arkblazer said:Was more excited with that hidden message than with the trailer.
Still good though.
Night City’s Psychosquad (MAX-TAC) is a special police unit that responds to situations involving cyborgs that go crazy (cyberpsychosis). They often “recruit” from the pool of cyborgs that go crazy, by reprogramming them to serve in the Psychosquad and save people to pay for their former crimes. That’s what you’re seeing in the trailer. It’s playback of how a female MAX-TAC officer became part of the squad.
Well, finally!gregski said:Then I watched it in HD at home. I wasn't convinced about the music as many others. Then I read more about cyberpsychos and MAX TAC squads:
and then it all came together and blew my mind. The whole song clips the trailer together, first part describing the uncontrolled violence of the cyberpsycho girl that happend a few moments before, while the last paragraph describes the process of drawing her into Psycho Squad forces, trying to pay off the guilt and the crimes she committed.
Also, the "personal responsibility" line repeated over and over...is she responsible? Or was it the cyborg in her that did this? How is she supposed to live with it?I think it all touches the kind of ambiguous moral themes that CDPR is famous for. I can't wait how they expand it.
Blothulfur said:All that butthurt over the "blatant fanservice" by the fucking whiners, and it turns out she's not showing one inch of skin. It's just synthetic illusions draped over hard metal and a broken mind. All that fuss and fury shows the whiners weren't willing to look any deeper at that preview art, their own closed minds couldn't spout anything but their usual response to the usual image. They're objectifying, we're looking past the initial image, good on cdpr for fucking with the boring prudes perceptions and prejudices.