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Cyborg Girl 1080p HD movie 僕の彼女はサイボーグ

08 Jan 2013 06:37 #30006 by slim36
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08 Jan 2013 11:52 - 08 Jan 2013 11:52 #30007 by pansardum
Looks like a nice find, never heard of it before. A quick check through and it looks to have some good looking strength scenes.
Great that it had English subtitles too :D
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08 Jan 2013 18:15 #30019 by brantley
Here's the Wikipedia entry for the movie:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyborg_She
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12 Jan 2013 10:55 #30086 by brantley
And here's another Cyborg Girl project. Tarot Barnes posted the link yesterday at the Aurora Universe Readers Group; he wrote:

"Beautiful dark haired woman? Check.
Lots of dead bodies around aforementioned woman? Check.
Heavily armed police firing fruitlessly at a beautiful dark haired woman? Check.
If it weren’t for the fact that she was a cyborg, this could be an AU trailer."



Reminds me a bit of Blade Runner. -- Brantley

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12 Jan 2013 12:12 - 12 Jan 2013 12:25 #30087 by Woodclaw

brantley wrote: And here's another Cyborg Girl project. Tarot Barnes posted the link yesterday at the Aurora Universe Readers Group; he wrote:

"Beautiful dark haired woman? Check.
Lots of dead bodies around aforementioned woman? Check.
Heavily armed police firing fruitlessly at a beautiful dark haired woman? Check.
If it weren’t for the fact that she was a cyborg, this could be an AU trailer."



Reminds me a bit of Blade Runner. -- Brantley


Well that's not a surprise, it's the trailer for Cyberpunk 2077, a computer RPG developed from the license of Cyberpunk 2020 a pen and paper RPG from the early 90s. The original game was based upon the work of William Gibson, Bruce Sterling and Philip Dick.

The girl inquestion is a cyberpsycho, someone who has implanted her body so much with cybernetic to lose control and become a mindless killing machine.
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12 Jan 2013 14:10 #30088 by lfan

brantley wrote: And here's another Cyborg Girl project. Tarot Barnes posted the link yesterday at the Aurora Universe Readers Group; he wrote:

"Beautiful dark haired woman? Check.
Lots of dead bodies around aforementioned woman? Check.
Heavily armed police firing fruitlessly at a beautiful dark haired woman? Check.
If it weren’t for the fact that she was a cyborg, this could be an AU trailer."



Reminds me a bit of Blade Runner. -- Brantley


Tmppointer had found this earlier too andposted something about it. There is already some discussion on this trailer here:
superwomenmania.com/index.php?option=com...632&Itemid=471#30071

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13 Jan 2013 14:19 #30101 by slim36
www.ign.com/articles/2013/01/10/cyberpun...en-world-sci-fi-epic

The trailer is short but communicates quite a bit about the game world. The woman featured within it is not a robot, but a heavily augmented human. In the world of Cyberpunk many modify themselves with artificial elements, often in pursuit of some ideal beauty. The catch is that with every modification the potential to go crazy rises as artificial elements of the body clash with the organic. Sometimes those psychotic breaks can result in the kind of violence you see in the trailer. In Cyberpunk 2077’s setting of Night City special MAX-TAC agents, also known as Psycho Squad, are deployed to fight against those who lose control.

While it’s not clear exactly how artificial modification will fit into the gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt RED managing director Adam Badowski provided some insight into how commonplace body modification is in Night City.

“In 2077 as we imagine it, technology will be so advanced that implants will fit in the tip of a needle, making modification easy. The decision to change will therefore be largely aesthetic and ostensibly harmless. Realskin synthetic skin looks real but is better than real. It’s soft, it has pores that subtly release sweat, but it is so much more. It’s amazing, those who adopt it look like pumped, modified dolls, because they are perfect, or some version of it. When people choose modification, they’re making a statement, they’re expressing a preference.”

“When somebody walks around with a chrome hand, it’s not because there’s some underlying technology that makes their hand look like that. It’s because they think chrome hands look cool. When somebody has a leg with servomotors, it’s because they choose to look extreme (like the best new carbon fiber bike). And their choice is completely based on style, it extends and enriches their style. You’ll get access to a rich arsenal of firearms, but if you want to have blades because they look cool, go for it. All these elements will make it into Cyberpunk 2077. 'Style Over Substance' is our core theme, after all.”

When you start the game you’ll create a character from the ground up and then experience Night City as a totally open world setting. CD Projekt RED seems committed to providing as few obstacles to exploring the setting as possible.

“Both the city and game world will be vast,” said Badowski. “We don’t want to make a game where, for instance, you close off a street because a quest needs to play out there. Ours will be an open world, you’ll feel the vastness of what surrounds you, you’ll feel that you’re there and you can go forth and explore. That’s the feeling I had when playing GTA or even older games like Nomad Soul. I’m sure I wasn’t alone. Personally, I dislike playing through a mission, turning left and not seeing a thing, or worse, seeing some car blocking my way. That’s done for game purposes, but we want to find another way for Cyberpunk 2077.”

The city is being designed so it doesn’t look like a purely futuristic metropolis. Older elements of buildings will be mixed in with more modern structures to make it look like the city was built in layers to create a more realistic, Blade Runner-esque style. Badowski commented, “It’s important to show that the city was not built in a day.”

There’s also a significant amount of detail built into the weapons used in the trailer, which CD Projekt RED credits to some degree to one of its concept artists who’s obsessed with guns. Pen and paper Cyberpunk fans may recognize the Militech Crusher, though also note that its form has changed. According to CD Projekt RED, this is part of a natural progression of weapon use over time.

“This reflects an actual trend in firearms development,” said Badowski. “The Colt 1911 was designed and introduced in 1911, but it’s still used as the standard issue weapon by many military formations around the world. Of course, it has been modified, it’s made of superior materials, but the basic design, the mechanics, are the same as they were a century ago. Why wouldn’t there be a Militech Crusher in 2077? Of course, it would be more powerful, made of superior materials, have an improved targeting system, etc., but carrying one would also be a stylistic statement, not unlike Ocelot wielding a Colt Model 1873 in MGS. Make no mistake, we’ll also have energy-based weapons and other treats most often associated with the Japanese cyberpunk style, but we won’t forget the fundamentals.”

The trailer ends with the message that Cyberpunk 2077 will be released “when it’s ready,” but in the hidden text a tease that on February 5, 2013 CD Projekt RED will start talking about its other role-playing game, which “is much closer to being completed” and “will also be a fully open world game with an intense story. You can probably guess the game we’re talking about.”

That seems to indicate it’s another Witcher title, though perhaps not. It seems we’ll soon know for sure.

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