Submitted by FullMetalAdam 909d ago | opinion piece

Cyberpunk Is Alive And Well in Games

Adam, from eGamer, says: "For awhile, I was missing straight and honest Cyberpunk from my gaming diet. The last game that I can recall playing the Cyberpunk card, with explicit purpose, was Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which reminded me so much of William Gibson’s Neuromancer, and Blade Runner to a larger extent. I’ve always loved Cyberpunk but rarely understood what it was truly about, until reading Neuromancer in college and coming to grips with the genre as a whole. With the upcoming release of Remember Me, and Cyberpunk 2077 around the corner in a year or two, I am once again entranced by the sprawl of Cyberpunk revival in the air. Of course, Cyberpunk came back to the fore with the Matrix and its trilogy, and the Japanese are still producing Cyberpunk-centric anime and manga throughout the years, but gaming is the perfect place for Cyberpunk to find a glorious home of endless possibility". (Culture, Cyberpunk 2077, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Industry, Remember Me)

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