True. I've played BG3 and even in Early Access those scenes are done MUCH better than in CP2077.
Yup CDPR sold the basement dwellers with mere words, no where near Subverse and barely Mass effect. try harder CDPR
yup Judy questline is pretty darn good. all the others seem tacked on tbh.Oooft, sex scenes in video games are pretty much always cringe.
But then there's the Judy scene which felt like one of the most necessary scenes in the entire game (which makes her lack of integration into the rest of the story so disappointing). Like, seriously CDPR, you basically captured a vulnerable moment of genuine human connection. Few TV shows/movies pull that off... so well done.
So what a shame that it's tucked away in a side quest and doesn't feel like a persistent anchor for the rest of the game.
Could you explain where did you seen these explicit and shocking sexual contents ? Game has only very few nudity scenes in it that are more explicit if compared with most M rated games but that's it. Sex in M rated games is still very covered up and briefly shown.Thank you for saying this. It's too much I reckon, the sex and nudity I mean....
Why? Just why? Everyone knows that men have dangly bits and ladies have boobs etc. And everyone knows what happens in the bedroom, so why show it in such graphic detail? A brief moment of nudity as it fades is enough.... the dialogue and story can be completed ahead of the intimate scenes.
It just seems as though CDPR wanted to be shocking and pornographic, and it just baffles me. In the last couple of years I have honestly been pleased to see many genres of entertainment, in different mediums, opting with a 'watered down' approach to nudity and sex scenes (not everyone ofc, but a noticable change), providing the plot/story around relationships and normally with a brief intimate moment before moving to the next scenes.
Nothing is gained from porn scenes. I would also go so far as to ask for 'gore' and 'profanity' filters, for those who prefer to game without that content. I certainly prefer a cleaner experience, and not just for the benefit of my children, I simply would prefer to be able to censor nudity, gore and profanity. This is not such a huge stretch in modern day games; many titles have provided these options before, and so it can be done.
I probably sound a bit of a prude... I suppose I am a bit; but I know I am not alone in this. Happy gaming folks!!!