Help citizens of an abandoned metropolis on a ruined space station struggle to survive the dreary remnants of a ridiculously unchecked capitalist society.
The first issue of the sequel comic is scheduled to be released this June.
The fast-paced teaser gives us a little more insight into what we’ll be doing in Neo-San Francisco.
The re-edited/re-written series is coming out early next year and and he’s giving away two prequel short novels for free.
The game is due out sometime in 2022 and it’s coming to PC, consoles, and mobile.
After years of silence following controversy related to the game’s director, it looks like we’ll see more of the game in 2022. Yay?
The comic version of the uniquely hellish cyberpunk novel is being funded via Kickstarter right now and includes some interesting stretch goals.
The Seattle-based industrial metal duo return with a glitchy, punky new song heavy on dystopian angst.
CY_BORG will be funded via an upcoming Kickstarter campaign and promises the same grim and gritty aesthetic of it’s predecessor but with a lot more “high tech, low life.”
Powered by a Raspberry Pi, it truly looks like something you’d see in William Gibson’s Sprawl books.
Paying homage to the best point and click adventures of the past, the game is due out on October 14th on Switch and PC.
Watch two very non-cyberpunk gentlemen create some very cyberpunk music live using only 70’s-era tech.
The game will let you hunt replicants down as either a human or replicant blade runner.
The new song is from the band’s upcoming album Aggression Continuum which is scheduled to be released on June 18th.
US transmedia company Voltaku will bring the vibrant and violent dystopian world to life on screen using Epic’s Unreal Engine.
Starting April 1st you have no excuse not to play this fine adventure game.
The anime adaptation is being handled by legendary Japanese studio Sunrise.
Bandai Namco’s high-concept action RPG is slated to be released this June. An anime series also in development.
The volume will collect all current issues of the comic, which takes place in between the first and second games.
The sequel to 2064: Read Only Memories was announced back in 2019 but now we have confirmation of more platforms and a release window.