CD Projekt Red are not clear on when Cyberpunk 2077 will release which means there could be some years of waiting. It's certainly not going to release this year in 2018. So, here are our top 5 cyberpunk games to be playing as you wait for the release. There are obviously some others that can also fit the bill like Shadowrun:Dragonfall etc. but we've limited our choices to 5 with the majority playable on consoles as well as PC systems. If there are any others you feel should have been included then please let us know in the comments.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Aug 2016 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/337000/Deus_Ex_Mankind_Divided/
Dreamfall Chapters – July 2017 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/237850/Dreamfall_Chapters/
Observer_ – August 2017 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/514900/observer/
Ruiner – September 2017 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/464060/RUINER/
Satellite Reign – August 2015 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/268870/Satellite_Reign/
ShadowRun Dragonfall Directors Cut – September 2014 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/300550/Shadowrun_Dragonfall__Directors_Cut/
Just to add some more games from all of your suggestions, keep em coming.
DEX - RobCram - https://store.steampowered.com/app/269650/Dex/
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - RK200 https://store.steampowered.com/app/238010/Deus_Ex_Human_Revolution__Directors_Cut/
E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy - Joker DDZ - https://store.steampowered.com/app/91700/EYE_Divine_Cybermancy/
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon - Robert Hipolito - https://store.steampowered.com/app/233270/Far_Cry_3__Blood_Dragon/
Gemini Rue - truliy - https://store.steampowered.com/app/80310/Gemini_Rue/
Remember Me - Xenxen Sama - https://store.steampowered.com/app/228300/Remember_Me/
Shadowrun Daggerfall - RobCram - https://store.steampowered.com/app/300550/Shadowrun_Dragonfall__Directors_Cut/
Syndicate - nykel007 - https://www.origin.com/gbr/en-us/store/syndicate/syndicate
SystemShock 2 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/238210/System_Shock_2/
Transistor - IFailToSeeTheLogic - https://store.steampowered.com/app/237930/Transistor/
technobablylon - Game James
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Upcoming Cyberpunk games - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0FMdPhXknQ - Part 1
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Wow, Your voice sounds like something I'd hear from a Professional high budget movie, Have you considered Narration for TV, or acting work? You'd fit in just nicely. Also, thank you for the Awesome games :)
cyberpunk IS about civil rights oppression, unsignificancy of governments compared to corporations and of human lifes, and all of this - on the high-tech background with cybernetic limbs, electronic components built straight in human's body, etc.
i tried Satellite Reign because it looked really promising, but it felt a bit too unpolished, and some of the mechanics (such as having to open a single door using two people at two different places) felt tacked on and pointless. there's probably a good game in there somewhere, but you really have to force it to come out. maybe i'll give it another go sometime.
Omikron was the OG free world cyber punk game. Of course, it's dated, and it's clearly a David Cage game. However, it's not as Cage-y as you think. There aren't many time limits to the gameplay. You can do as you want when you want wherever you want. It's less linear than his recent catalogue.
The 2 Shadowrun games from the 16-bit era. The Sega Genesis version is a lot closer to the Shadowrun pen-and-paper, but the SNES version was great too. Anybody unfamiliar with the Shadowrun franchise would note that it’s essentially Cyberpunk; if you spilled your D&D on it; tech heavy (cyberware, city block leveling munitions, netrunning) dystopian future where corporations run everything, but with high-fantasy magic and races (elves, orcs, etc).
I really enjoyed Deus Ex mankind divided. However, the game felt short and incomplete. I remember playing it and fighting the final boss fight. The game abruptly ended and the credits rolled. I was seriously like wtf?!?!? NO. NOOOO!! That cant be the fucking ending!!! Sure enough it was. Square enix I found out later, pulled some of their budget at the last minute and forced mtx on the devs which really fucked the games development up properly. Such a shame. I really wish Square weren't the ones who held the rights to that ip. Because I don't think they care to do it any real justice. Maybe after they see the success of Cyberpunk 2077 they will change their minds and unshelve the series.
Also KillZone Shadowfall had alot of Cyberpunkish stuff in it as well. Also if you want to try observer and have xbox game pass you can try it for free right now just fyi. And lastly DEX is an amazing Cyberpunk experience. It's an old school 2d sidecroller but it's got character customization and the combat is actually quite challenging. The story is great as well. If you loved ruiner you'll love DEX as well.
Think CD Projekt will release it in 2020. If you know what cyberpunk 2077 is based off, the original p&p was called cyberpunk2020. So I'm thinking they will try to shoot for that in honor of it.
Edit: You got 'ShadowRun Daggerfall' listed in your description. LOL. You got two separate games by two separate studios confused.
the last deus ex was one of the worst games of the franchise and of the genre, the visuals are ok, but besides that its a terrible dlc that got sold as a standalone game, you can see how rushed and unfinished some parts are, and how much they lacked the talent to design and write some huge parts
the observer game looks kinda cool, made me realize open-world sci-fi cyberpunk games that are short spaced can be good. gonna play it. but i wanna add BLADE RUNNER Game too in this list. its one of the best Point-n-Click games.
I think you should give people a chance ^^ I make music. I work really really hard at it and am passionate about trying something new, I have talent people say so I am trying my best. :) please take a look if you like synth and cyberpunk <3
Holy Shit! This qualities fantastic! Almost looks like I'm playing on my on rig! No way this was recorded with Shadowplay, what'd you use?
Edit: I'm curious if it's cause you uploaded in 30fps instead of 60fps? It'd make sense since the bit rate would be more so be utilized for visual fidelity vs high frame rate capture? Easier to process no?
The Definitive, One-Size-Fits- All, Accept-No Substitutes, Massively Comprehensive Guide to the Life and Times of KISS.
I love writing about Kiss. I love it too much, probably. I’ve written about this band semiconstantly for the past 20 years, sometimes for reasons that weren’t justified and sporadically with motives that weren’t justified and intermittently with logic that wasn’t justified. But Kiss go into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tomorrow, so today I’m Timothy Olyphant.
The Demon: Gene Simmons The Starchild: Paul Stanley The Spaceman: Ace Frehley The Catman: Peter Criss The Fox: Eric Carr The Ankh Warrior: Vinnie Vincent
Mark St. John Bruce Kulick The Catman: Eric Singer The Spaceman: Tommy Thayer.
The New York rock-and-roll group Kiss was formed in 1972, when two workaholic Jews (guitarist Stanley Eisen and bassist Chaim Witz) aligned forces with two boozehound Christians (drummer Peter George John Criscuola 1 and guitarist Paul Frehley). Their adopted stage names are household, unless you are very young, crazy old, or not interested in loud music: Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley (the last adopting “Ace” because the band didn’t need another Paul). The group was spawned upon the dissolution of Simmons and Stanley’s previous band, Wicked Lester, a folk-rock five-piece Simmons likes to compare to the United Nations (due to their mixture of ethnicities and nonuniform physical appearance). Wicked Lester scored a record deal with Epic, but most of the music was never officially released.