Snowflakez;n10468092 said:Hello again.
And yes, that sounds fantastic to me. Some sort of polearm-y weapon in general would be right up my alley.
Suhiira;n10476422 said:One thing W3 was mercifully free of was "anime weapons" (the 15 foot sword mentioned above) so I'll assume CP2077's weapons will be realistically proportioned at least.
SigilFey;n10477052 said:Hello! (And, Happy Birthday! Just in case I missed it.)
I do hope some of the weapons surprise. I'm not really sure what scope constitutes "canon" in Cyberpunk, but I think that some liberty could be taken since it's dating from the 1980's. I'd love a wide range of melee options as well as firearms. The arm-blades in the trailer seem to hint at that. Like maybe a long knife with a blade on either end, and my wrist is augmented to spin like a cuisinart. Or a multi-pronged whip made of reinforced steel, but I can use an implant to create magnetic fields and control each prong individually and precisely. Or a baton that works similar to a shake-flashlight: as I swing it around, it builds up a charge. After a certain number of attacks, I can release a powerful shotgun-blast of energy. Or a kukri that includes minor avionic nanobots: I can use it like a knife, or I can throw it like a boomerang and it will track my target.
I hope so. While I've gotten used to it over time (and I can't imagine FF7 any other way), I really dislike intentionally oversized weapons. I think my biggest disappointment was DA: Inquisition. I was just, like, why??? Such an intricately designed world...and the weapons (especially some of the staffs and hammers) just look silly.
Sardukhar;n1279147 said:All of them.
You read me. ALL of THEM. From the Tomcat bow to the hilariously-named Militech Antimatter Rifle, ( because you can...?)
Also every piece of gear from the main book and all the Chrome books, Interface, you name it. EVERYthing. Even if it's just throwaway. Because it's all so damned cool.