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Cyberpunk 2077 - novo jogo da CDPR [+lançamento 10/12/20]

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Eu acho que você está certo em reclamar, a CDPR tinha que ser honesta e lançar somente a versão para PC e segurar a versão de console, 1 ou 2 meses a mais seria melhor do que esse desastre de lançamen

Quando vocês criticam quem reclamou do jogo, me incluo como criticado, porque reclamei. Para mim esse assunto já estava enterrado porque já recebi o reembolso, mas como vocês querem continuar batendo

Aproveitem esse tempinho extra para jogar outros bons jogos com a mesma temática. https://vsrecommendedgames.miraheze.org/wiki/Cyberpunk_games  

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Cyberpunk 2077 art criticized as transphobic is meant to reflect corporate exploitation, says the artist

By Andy Chalk 4 hours ago

The controversial in-game ad appears in a new screenshot released during E3.


Cyberpunk 2077 studio CD Projekt Red has responded to criticism of an ad in the game that features a possibly transgender model promoting a fictional drink "with 16 flavors you'd love to mix," under the words "Mix it up." The image was widely—but not universally—criticized as being transphobic. "It reeks of fetishism," one commenter said in a ResetEra thread

Even if it were meant as a criticism of advertising, some felt CD Projekt was simply trying to be 'edgy' at the expense of trans people, whatever the in-world justification.

"Personally, for me, this person is sexy. I like how this person looks," Redesiuk said. "However, this model is used—their beautiful body is used—for corporate reasons. They are displayed there just as a thing, and that’s the terrible part of it." 

Gender-nonconforming people are far more visible in 2077 than they are today, Redesiuk explained, and they have money—and so they're a prime demographic for this kind of targeted advertising. The power of corporations in the game world means that everything about that marketing is more overt and aggressive. 

"They create those very aggressive advertisements that use, and abuse, a lot of people’s needs and instincts. So, hypersexualization is apparent everywhere, and in our ads there are many examples of hypersexualized women, hypersexualized men, and hypersexualized people in between," Redesiuk said.

"It was a conscious choice on our end to show that in this world—a world where you are a cyberpunk, a person fighting against corporations. That [advertisement] is what you’re fighting against." 

Despite the controversy, she hopes that the ad will ultimately help foster empathy for the LGBTQ community among the overall videogame audience. "I honestly think we need it because we need more acceptance in the world, and we need to also show how the goodness of people is sometimes used against them," she said. "And I would really love for the world to change and be a better place for everyone." 

But Ana Valens, who writes about trans issues for publications including Daily Dot, expressed doubt that CD Projekt will actually provide position transgender representation in Cyberpunk 2077. 

"Cyberpunk is a complicated speculative fiction genre. Good commentary about trans experiences with gender can only come from a team actively embracing trans perspectives and commentary on gender, whether by working with trans people in sensitivity readings or outright letting them lead in writing and art creation," she told us. "If anything, Redesiuk’s comments prove she — and her colleagues — aren’t familiar with trans cyberpunk literature on gender experiences in the late capitalist future." 

The challenge CD Projekt faces when taking on subjects like this is compounded by its history: The studio make a joke about assuming gender on Twitter last year and then apologized "to all those offended," and then a few months later co-opted the #WontBeErased hashtag to promote its GOG storefront. The social media manager responsible for those tweets was subsequently fired.



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20 horas atrás, Snayperskaya disse:

5 meses só pra testar é bastante coisa. Devem usar esse tempo pra polimento/ajuste fino.


20 horas atrás, PekSGN disse:

delays são bem vindos se o resultado for pra melhor...


1 hora atrás, BarMac disse:

ta certo, tem empresa que lança "assim mesmo" e deixa para corrigir os problemas depois...

 “Um jogo atrasado tem chances de ser avaliado como bom, mas um jogo feito com pressa é eternamente ruim” — Shigeru Miyamoto, criador do Mario, diretor e produtor de jogos para a Nintendo.

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1 minuto atrás, Hill top zone disse:



 “Um jogo atrasado tem chances de ser avaliado como bom, mas um jogo feito com pressa é eternamente ruim” — Shigeru Miyamoto, criador do Mario, diretor e produtor de jogos para a Nintendo.

vi ess frase postada umas 10 vezes nos anúncios desse atraso :lol2:

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34 minutos atrás, Stormwatch disse:

Estou meio pessimista com esse jogo. Os artistas que eles anunciaram pra trilha sonora são muito fracos. :thumbsdown:









caceta.... q show de horrores...


acho q vc tem razao nessa hein storm


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