The presentation behind closed doors of the promising Cyberpunk 2077 generated some criticism that led the creator of the original board game, Mike Pondsmith, to defend the work of CD Projekt, after being accused among other names of white supremacists. ” Who (CENSORSHIP) do you think you are to tell me if MY creation is good or badly adapted? ” the author of Cyberpunk 2020 has affirmed in defense of the changes made to his universe.
The design of the bands with which the protagonist of Cyberpunk 2077 is related in this demo of E3 2019 has been the main reason for controversy. On the group The Animals, Pondsmith emphasizes that they themselves “consider themselves powerful, dangerous and wild animals.” I thought calling their leader ‘Sasquatch’ [the bigfoot] was a good clue, “declares the artist.
Harder critics received the Voodo Boys. His original incarnation was ” a scathing critique of cultural appropriation, but in the spectacular Cyberpunk 2077, they are truly practitioners of Voudon. ” I LOVE the idea that the real practitioners of the Voudon will move and recover their territory “, using a Creole language. At this point, Pondsmith makes it clear that he is involved in the development of the video game. ” As things stand, I barely have a life ” jokes the author of Cyberpunk 2020.
You can check out our impressions of Cyberpunk 2077 to discover everything that this ambitious RPG has to offer for sale at April 2020 on PC, Xbox One and PS4.