Cyberpunk creator Mike Pondsmith discusses teaming up with CD Projekt RED

Cyberpunk 2077

By on January 18, 2013 at 2:09 pm

As the debate rages on in our comments section regarding sexism in its trailer, Cyberpunk‘s creator Mike Pondsmith has appeared in a new video for the upcoming RPG to discuss why they picked CD Projekt RED as a developer, why they waited so long to finally begin a video game adaptation, and what fans of the setting can expect when the game is released. Take a look.

Source: VG247

5 comments (Leave your own)

Love this insight. Great vid thanks for pointing to it.

“It’s not about saving the world, it’s about saving yourself.”

 

OMG THIS GAME IS SO SEXIST *rage*

Honestly though I’m looking forward to this. Cyberpunk is always a fun genre to muck around in ^_^

 

Damn.

Just. Damn.

 

thefinn:
Love this insight. Great vid thanks for pointing to it.

“It’s not about saving the world, it’s about saving yourself.”

^ i look forward to it actually considering grabbing the pen and paper rpg to get some insight on the universe

 

Anyone thinking its a bit ambiguous. Basically “we wanted to kept it as cyberpunk, not let anyone change that” then proceeds to discuss the atmosphere of the genre.
Should be interesting to see what comes from ’77 (if they’re calling it that, I think it’ll be a lot easier)

 
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