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8 hours ago, Scruff said:

That Clouds receptionist is ridiculous. She looks more lifelike than the human CGI in some films.

 

When you first talk to the bar maid in Afterlife I was amazed by the sense of presence, for a moment it surpassed the uncanny valley for me. 

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On 18/12/2020 at 16:59, Strategos said:

 

When you first talk to the bar maid in Afterlife I was amazed by the sense of presence, for a moment it surpassed the uncanny valley for me. 

 

I found myself walking around trying to see where the speakers were.

 

It's ace being in such lush interiors and then just darting out seamlessly into the streets to razz around through the city.

 

Clouds is another one.

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5 minutes ago, Alan Stock said:

Nice shots Thor, and the fidelity is amazing. Those ones of Rogue geniuinely could be mistaken for real. I take it you are running a very high end PC?

Yeah, the detail on the main characters is really something else - when people wrinkle their nose, they actually wrinkle their nose. It's these little touches that are finally starting to break through the uncanny valley barrier. Cyberpunk 2077 hasn't quite broken through it, but it's so far ahead of anything else in the medium thus far. And yeah, my PC is an i9900k processor, with a 2080ti graphics card, and 32gb ram. I built it over a year ago specifically with this game in mind. The shots are all 1440p. I can't run it at 4k unless I drop the fps to 30fps - the PC Master Race collective would cast me out! :lol:

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More a character flex than an arty shot.

 

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It's going to be hard switching out those threads. Everything syncs perfectly, and this was the exact theme I wanted before heading into the game; Kitsch, with a layering of Neomilitarism.

This is how I'd dress in real-life, if I were twenty years younger, and heading to The Republic for a night out.

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