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Cyberpunk 2077 Nude Mod Turns Night City into Liberal City [NSFW]

CG writes: When playing the vanilla vision of CDPR’s Cyberpunk 2077, its futuristic looking metropolis Night City bombards the player with suggestive and sexual imagery. Billboards and video adverts portray crude but socially accepted norms at every corner. That is part of what cyberpunk is all about, and is not unique to this game. You will find it explored in futuristic visions such as Blade Runner’s replicants or the three breasted sex-worker in the movie Total Recall. A liberal attitude towards sex and the human body is what makes cyberpunk what it is, and in some ways the game does reflect that. But for some, its abrasive design doesn’t go far enough, yet others find it over-the-top and unnecessary. For those looking beneath the overt exterior will find hints of a more sinister, erotic vision of Night City that is underplayed by what looks like conflicted or malformed design choices.

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BrainSyphoned114d ago ShowReplies(6)
SenorFartCushion114d ago

More liberal *

There are already people doing mostly what they want in Night City.

Magog114d ago

The word liberal is based on the word liberty aka freedom. Smh at some of the comments. Freedom to do what you want as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else is what liberalism is about. I'm not even sure it applies to a nude mod though. Sounds like a stretch and just a way to turn a nude mod into an article.

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anast113d ago

I enjoy your posts and they usually make sense, but this one does not. I think you are confusing concept, synonyms and praxis . The closest approximation to the word "liberal" would be something like "open-minded" which in praxis is considered to be "freeing" i.e liberation also know to bring about a state of liberty/freedom. Of course, we could turn to the french root of the word "free", but this leads to a word with high relativity and steeped in historical contexts and is not necessarily continuous.

As for liberalism, which is a specific type of political praxis (you are unintentionally separating concept from political praxis), it's a stretch to say liberalism has anything to do with freedom outside those that agree with liberalism. Therefore, I am not sure how you made the jump from your definition of freedom to liberalism. Liberalism is not opposed to hurting other people, it is not a pacifist praxis. It is also not opposed to denying freedom.

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franwex114d ago

Someone trying to get clicks, huh?

Aloymetal114d ago ShowReplies(2)
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