Despite some minor improvements, Cyberpunk 2077 is still a divine enough rail accident of a too promising video game, under-diffusing. Meanwhile, Frasier is still pretty awesome, if remember it correctly. And yet, like a mixed salad and scrambled eggs, the two aren’t exactly a combination that many would find enjoyable … well, we think it might work, but no one seemed to take the idea …
Well, shit. Can you watch this? It’s … well it’s most definitely Dr. Frasier Crane roaming a dystopian future in Seattle, turning into a recliner via cybernetic augmentation, and … uh, pole-dancing in a strip club- tease. Cyberfrunk 2077 comes courtesy of Major Frasier, an individual who often spends the time creating a bunch of very weird Frasier-inspired artwork and deepfakes. As Major Frasier explained to Boing boing earlier today, “I’ve been wanting to play with the Unity game engine for a while. When the Cyberpunk 2077 release the fiasco [occurred] the idea sort of clicked. “
To make things even more surreal, the artist confessed to never having played Cyberpunk, and admitted that they had only seen about a season and a half of Frasier “Tops.” But honestly, it’s hard to see how they would have time for either, judging by the amount of work that went into the project, which included learning how to animate characters, l help with the design of the outdoor environment, hiring a singer to re-record the famous sitcom theme, and find a pretty perfect Kelsey Grammer impersonator via Backstage.
So yeah, maybe it’s because we haven’t seen our therapist in a while, but we’re going to go out on a branch here and suggest adding a Frasier mod in Cyberpunk 2077 Certainly wouldn’t do anything much worse for the players.
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