Cyberpunk 2077

JinCA

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Please skip releasing till next gen or gives us free next gen enhancements with the copy we buy now.
Yeah I'm not buying this until the next gen consoles come out, it sounds like they are working on it for them anyway, hell I wouldn't be shocked if this got delayed until late next year anyway. I'm still not happy about it being first person only but we'll see.
 
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I see the SJWs are starting to attack the game and CDPR....basically CDPR are transphobic and the game is racist.
It's crazy how if you include anyone in a game and don't make them an angel in every possible way you are considered fill in the blank "phobic" or racist. I'm gay and I still laugh at those flaming guys roller skating down the street in GTA Vice City, stereotypes can be funny if you don't take life too seriously.
 

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It's crazy how if you include anyone in a game and don't make them an angel in every possible way you are considered fill in the blank "phobic" or racist. I'm gay and I still laugh at those flaming guys roller skating down the street in GTA Vice City, stereotypes can be funny if you don't take life too seriously.
Even if tgey made them an angel they would still find a way.

What is worse is most of the time it isn't even these people complaining, it is a straight whitey crying about racist homophobia. It would be funny if it wasn't so pathetic.
 

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Even if tgey made them an angel they would still find a way.

What is worse is most of the time it isn't even these people complaining, it is a straight whitey crying about racist homophobia. It would be funny if it wasn't so pathetic.
To be fair, all they want is for different types of people to be included but not actually be included. :smash:
 

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I saw this the other day and found it helpful.

It's Mike Pondsmith talking about the universe:

 
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Anita says CDPR should hire her as a consultant. ha.

 

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I can't figure out what I find more annoying the outrage or the outrage over the outrage. Either way call me when the game is out.
 

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I can't figure out what I find more annoying the outrage or the outrage over the outrage. Either way call me when the game is out.
Yeah it is annoying, but at the end of the day push back is necessary. Otherwise they dig in like ticks and harass people into submission. Think of it as a necessary evil, lol.
 
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Anita says CDPR should hire her as a consultant. ha.

Don't even need to watch it. She is irrelevant and just looking for more cash handouts. Even worse is her "consulting" didn't exactly help her past employers.
 

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He even predicted current events, writing back in 1998. This is from Cyberpunk 2020:

Two roads diverged in a wood, and you took the one less traveled by, and f*** you for not respecting my road you foot-traffic phobe.
 

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Paul Joseph Watson is an English YouTube personality, radio host, writer and conspiracy theorist.[3][4][5][6] He has been described as 'alt-right' by multiple sources.[6][7][8][9] Although as late as July 2016 he called himself alt-right, he no longer accepts that label and considers himself part of the "New Right."[10]

Watson's career emerged through his work for conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones. As editor-at-large of Jones' website InfoWars he helped promote fake news[11] and conspiracy theories such as the claim that 9/11 was an inside job, the chemtrail conspiracy theory, the New World Order and the Illuminati. Subsequently reaching a significant audience, both Watson and Jones altered their focus. Presently their commentary is mainly focused on criticizing feminism, Islam, and left-wing politics.[12] Watson also contributes to InfoWars's talk radio program The Alex Jones Show, where he occasionally either hosts or co-hosts. Watson has been working on InfoWars since October 2002.[13]
 

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Paul Joseph Watson is an English YouTube personality, radio host, writer and conspiracy theorist.[3][4][5][6] He has been described as 'alt-right' by multiple sources.[6][7][8][9] Although as late as July 2016 he called himself alt-right, he no longer accepts that label and considers himself part of the "New Right."[10]

Watson's career emerged through his work for conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones. As editor-at-large of Jones' website InfoWars he helped promote fake news[11] and conspiracy theories such as the claim that 9/11 was an inside job, the chemtrail conspiracy theory, the New World Order and the Illuminati. Subsequently reaching a significant audience, both Watson and Jones altered their focus. Presently their commentary is mainly focused on criticizing feminism, Islam, and left-wing politics.[12] Watson also contributes to InfoWars's talk radio program The Alex Jones Show, where he occasionally either hosts or co-hosts. Watson has been working on InfoWars since October 2002.[13][/URL
Can't believe I gave this guy a click

Paul Joseph Watson is an English [URL='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube_personality']YouTube personality
, radio host, writer and conspiracy theorist.[3][4][5][6] He has been described as 'alt-right' by multiple sources.[6][7][8][9] Although as late as July 2016 he called himself alt-right, he no longer accepts that label and considers himself part of the "New Right."[10]

Watson's career emerged through his work for conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones. As editor-at-large of Jones' website InfoWars he helped promote fake news[11] and conspiracy theories such as the claim that 9/11 was an inside job, the chemtrail conspiracy theory, the New World Order and the Illuminati. Subsequently reaching a significant audience, both Watson and Jones altered their focus. Presently their commentary is mainly focused on criticizing feminism, Islam, and left-wing politics.[12] Watson also contributes to InfoWars's talk radio program The Alex Jones Show, where he occasionally either hosts or co-hosts. Watson has been working on InfoWars since October 2002.[13]
He’s not wrong in that video though is he?[/URL]
 

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Paul Joseph Watson is an English YouTube personality, radio host, writer and conspiracy theorist.[3][4][5][6] He has been described as 'alt-right' by multiple sources.[6][7][8][9] Although as late as July 2016 he called himself alt-right, he no longer accepts that label and considers himself part of the "New Right."[10]

Watson's career emerged through his work for conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones. As editor-at-large of Jones' website InfoWars he helped promote fake news[11] and conspiracy theories such as the claim that 9/11 was an inside job, the chemtrail conspiracy theory, the New World Order and the Illuminati. Subsequently reaching a significant audience, both Watson and Jones altered their focus. Presently their commentary is mainly focused on criticizing feminism, Islam, and left-wing politics.[12] Watson also contributes to InfoWars's talk radio program The Alex Jones Show, where he occasionally either hosts or co-hosts. Watson has been working on InfoWars since October 2002.[13]
I am not a huge fan of PJW and his style, but has put out some decent stuff. He did call himself "alt-right" at first because it began as libertarian types who didn't wan't to be lumped in with normal republicans, and it was very anti-"SJW". The term was over-run by identitarians not long after it's sorta inception causing a lot of people to distance themselves from the label.

He certainly has some of that Alex Jones conspiracy bug though, which is why I don't care for him much, but he can be entertaining in short doses.
 
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He even predicted current events, writing back in 1998. This is from Cyberpunk 2020:

This is SOOO TRUE! Everyone is so focused on where they came from that they don't want to focus on where they are going which doesn't help anyone because you can't move forward when you are anchored to the past. Too many people these days want to be seen by their ethnicity or other differences before being seen as the individual they are.

That's not to say people don't suffer injustices based on belonging to a specific minority group but not everything that doesn't go our way falls into that category. When I hear people say "why aren't there more people who look like me on tv" and they are from let's say a latin country, I just want to ask them how many white people are on shows made in the country they came from?

Like it or not the US is still nearly 65% white and the vast majority are heterosexual so the majority of things we see will involve straight white people, it's nice when other ethnicities and gay people are included but we can't expect equal representation on screen, proportional is all we really should be asking for IMO, anything else is just a bonus. It also doesn't mean that the people who are in the majority are automatically some evil overlords trying to keep us down but sadly that's the prevailing mentality among young people these days it would seem, funny enough white kids think that way as much or more than any minority group does.
 
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This is SOOO TRUE! Everyone is so focused on where they came from that they don't want to focus on where they are going which doesn't help anyone because you can't move forward when you are anchored to the past. Too many people these days want to be seen by their ethnicity or other differences before being seen as the individual they are.

That's not to say people don't suffer injustices based on belonging to a specific minority group but not everything that doesn't go our way falls into that category. When I hear people say "why aren't there more people who look like me on tv" and they are from let's say a latin country, I just want to ask them how many white people are on shows made in the country they came from?

Like it or not the US is still nearly 65% white and the vast majority are heterosexual so the majority of things we see will involve straight white people, it's nice when other ethnicities and gay people are included but we can't expect equal representation on screen, proportional is all we really should be asking for IMO, anything else is just a bonus. It also doesn't mean that the people who are in the majority are automatically some evil overlords trying to keep us down but sadly that's the prevailing mentality among young people these days it would seem, funny enough white kids think that way as much or more than any minority group does.
My theory is alot simpler...people are stupid. Give them perceived anonymity and they are borderline retarded.

The end.
 

JinCA

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My theory is alot simpler...people are stupid. Give them perceived anonymity and they are borderline retarded.

The end.
Sadly this kind of thing is done on television and during protests now as well, it's not just limited to online interactions anymore.
 

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Anita says CDPR should hire her as a consultant. ha.

She is such a con artist, it seems like more and more people are finally seeing her for what she is, thankfully her company is pretty much broke now.