"The plastic keys beneath your fingers are transfigured into the plastic grip of gun in your hand. You stare deeply into the screen and your reality merges with the POV. You stare down a poorly lit street, sirens in the distance, and a robot three times your size steps into the frame. With no fear, you raise your gun and rain bullets down on the robot's chassis."

In this section, you will find news, reviews and analysis of cyberpunk games (PC to tabletop, RPGs to CCGs).

Last Week in Cyberpunk is back. We want to apologize for the absence of this popular column on Neon Dystopia, but you can expect us back on our regular interval. As the year has turned, we still find the Internet under siege by corporations looking to turn a profit and governments looking to secure control. […]

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Neofeud, developed by Hawaiian writer, artist and game dev Christian Miller (also known as “Silver Spook”), is, as the title suggests, a point and click adventure game set in a dystopic near-future Coastlandia. You play (err, click) as Karl Carbon, a cop that was fired for disobeying an order to shoot an unarmed robotic civilian. […]

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At first, I was hesitant to make a full, standalone article based on online multiplayer games that you can get for free (or next to it) for a few reasons. The first of which involves the conditions under which players can actually play the game: some of these games are mods, which means you’ll have to […]

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I’ve got a treat for all of you this week. Currently, my list of cyberpunk games for mobile devices has been exhausted, but in my search, I’ve found small pockets of games that can either be played through a web browser or downloaded on PC. And get this–each game is absolutely free. While PC games […]

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Gather ’round, script kiddies. Only here will you find articles covering cyberpunk’s most notable games for under $5, and only here is the chaff separated from the wheat. This week, like last week, we’ll be looking at PC-to-mobile ports–but this time, I’m putting action and point-and-click adventure games under the microscope. Unfortunately, however, since there are only so […]

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I’ve always been partial to the megacorporations in cyberpunk fiction. They are ominous, brooding, reptilian, unwavering in their ethics (or lack thereof) and almost omniscient. They pervade the broken-down countries that require aid only to then profit off the back of poverty and cheap labour whilst enforcing a near militant stance. They are the big […]

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­If you’ve been keeping up with this series, or if you’re not so suspicious of your tech that it takes more than a couple years to lower your guard enough, you know that the utility of smartphones has expanded over the years to encompass some pretty decent, fulfilling games for dirt cheap. In a bit of an […]

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You’re back. Welcome. I knew last week‘s material wouldn’t be enough to keep you satisfied for long. Let’s cut to the chase. You likely clicked on this article because you’re a gaming addict. Let me tell you, it’s getting easier and easier to find affordable games for our frighteningly ubiquitous pocket computers that have deeper gameplay and […]

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If you’re anything like me, you’re always looking for new cyberpunk games to devour, but also, you’re pretty broke. Even though marketplaces like Steam make gaming an affordable luxury, there are only so many you can add to your consistently-metastasizing entertainment archive on a monthly basis. Fortunately for you, quality app games for Android and […]

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