Cyberpunk On GOG373votes I like it
NeonSocialite says: Quintessential cyberpunk fps/rpg. What can I say that hasn't been said about this masterpiece? A perfect introduction to the genre. Play it.
NeonSocialite says: A flawed sequel, but heavy on that lovely cyberpunk feel.
NeonSocialite says: Heavy cyberpunk atmosphere and story. A fresh take on the JRPG format from the creators of Deus Ex. Highly recommended.
NeonSocialite says: David Bowie+ cyberpunk world brought to you by the creators of Heavy Rain. If you can get past some of the typical clunky controls of the time period you won't have a problem digging this.
NeonSocialite says: Fantastic Cyberpunk horror/fps/rpg. Another masterpiece that can't be praised enough!
NeonSocialite says: A MicroProse classic. Freaking vampires in a cyberpunk world. If you can look past the dated graphics/controls you won't have trouble being absorbed into this dark and underrated gem. A must have for true fans of cyberpunk and the dos era of gaming.
NeonSocialite says: Classic cyberpunk themes,sound and presentation. Tactical warfare between corporations of a cyberpunk reality. They don't make em like this anymore.
NeonSocialite says: Just as good as the original if not a little better. Grab this asap if you are a fan of the first.
NeonSocialite says: Fantasy meets cyberpunk in this light RPG sequel set in the Shadowrun P&P universe. Human, Dwarf, Elf, Ork, and Troll are all there decked out in tech and augs. A bit linear but love the neon drenched visuals, immersive soundtrack and mature themes.
NeonSocialite says: The definitive version of Dragonfall and the best Shadowrun experience to date. It has been expanded, tweaked and soaked in a whole lot of cyberpunk love. Here's hoping HBS releases another campaign in the same vein.
NeonSocialite says: Classic cyberpunk from the creators of the Broken Sword series. Fun characters and an engaging story. Its free so freakin grab it already.
NeonSocialite says: An absolute classic. There isn't an adventure game out there quite like it in story and feel. Its horror cyberpunk themes and compelling story is sure to suck you in. That is as long as you still have the patience for a good ol "point an click."
NeonSocialite says: Obviously influenced by BASS and Blade Runner. The characters are interesting and the story is very immersive. I enjoyed it immensely.
NeonSocialite says: Heavy on the cyberpunk/dystopian visuals brought to you by the guys who made Gemini Rue. If you liked that or BASS, then dig in.
NeonSocialite says: The whole world has a cyberpunk/dystopian atmosphere. While it is debatable whether or not it is a staple of the genre; it will still entice its fans. Try it out if you enjoyed BASS and Wadget Eye's worlds.
NeonSocialite says: An rpg/strat/boardgame hybrid soaked in a thick cyberpunk coating. I'm sold.
NeonSocialite says: Very oldschool in feel, but none the less these are the original cyberpunk noir classics.
NeonSocialite says: A very fun FMV Cyberpunk noir. Besides the strange control scheme it is a nice introduction to the genre.
NeonSocialite says: More of that witty guy Tex. I love this series; quirky characters and all that glorious FMV.
NeonSocialite says: A remake of the original mean streets and the best of the series in my opinion. Solidified my love for FMV adventures.
NeonSocialite says: More Tex and he is better than ever! This is truly how to do a revival of the FMV/Cyberpunk genre. Great characters, locations and story. If you wanted more Tex in your life then look no further.
NeonSocialite says: Haven't played much of this, but definitely fits the genre. If you can get past the odd controls then you won't have a problem enjoying this strange adventure.
NeonSocialite says: Oldschool fps with minor cyberpunk themes and visuals. The characters are memorable, the story is mature and the music is awesome. Gameplay is pretty standard for the era, but one thing is certain; John Blade is a badass.
NeonSocialite says: A great addition to GOG's ever-growing cyberpunk library! I remember playing this on PS2. Very enjoyable cyberpunk atmosphere and feel. This tps/fps hybrid is a must for fans of the genre!
NeonSocialite says: Heavy cyberpunk themes and mech goodness. Has a great feeling futuristic city to cause mayhem in. I had a blast with this on Dreamcast back in the day.
NeonSocialite says: Closer to that Anime cyberpunk feel. Not many games capture that. If you like FPS and anime mechs then you'll dig this.
NeonSocialite says: Judge Dredd is the law in this dark cyberpunk future. Get this for sure if you are a fan of Dredd and the genre.
NeonSocialite says: A cherub manipulating man for the greater good. Its a tpp cyberpunk experience with a lil heaven/hell thrown in. It can be a clunky play, but the concept is quite fresh.
NeonSocialite says: It certainly is of its time, but that is the selling point. The controls are clunky, but it has a heavy 90's cyberpunk vibe that has long been lost. Check it out if you are no stranger to the DOS era and the clunky controls that came with it.
NeonSocialite says: Spiritual successor to Activision, Inc.'s Hacker series of games from the 80's. Cyberpunk in its truest form.
NeonSocialite says: A very interesting top-down experience with a great atmosphere. Think classic GTA, Syndicate and Hotline Miami in a cyberpunk setting. Can be a bit grueling difficulty wise and needs some fixes, but overall a must buy for fans of the genre.
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