Blade Runner is a 1985 video game loosely inspired by the 1982 film Blade Runner for 8Bit Machines like C64, but
<The year is 2084. If you somehow survived the Nanophage, odds are you were killed in the War.
Zen and the Art of Transhumanism is “a cyberpunk pottery game about improving the human race through technology,” the player is in the role of a robot tasked with making implants to fulfill the desires of the people. Implants that can do everything : improving a person’s online social status, making him/her stronger, or even extending life.
Cyberpunk is the fifth studio album by English rock vocalist Billy Idol. A concept album, it was released in 1993 by Chrysalis Records. Inspired by his personal interest in technology and his first attempts to use computers in the creation of his music, Idol based the album on the cyberdelic subculture of the late ’80s and early ’90s. Heavily experimental in its style, the album was an attempt by Idol to take control of the creative process in the production of his albums, while simultaneously introducing Idol’s fans and other musicians to the opportunities presented by digital media.
>Hawkeye by Thalamus
had a potential sequel : Hawkeye 2 but never released .
Sort of Mutant Cyborg able to transform himself from soldier to hawk
he fights in a post-apocalyptic era where also his enemies are able to transform themselves or get upgrades from what only Nature gave them .
A very blaster shooter in horizontal scrolling and frenetic music bass .
It may not matter if rights-holder EA has no interest in careful top-down tactical games, as Syndicate Wars co-creator Mike Diskett is crowdfunding a “spiritual successor” to Bullfrog’s classic cyberpunk series under the name Satellite Reign.
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>In the not too distant future, the world is divided
into regions controlled by mega-corporations known as Syndicates.