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As far as cyberpunk culture goes, I’m a relative newcomer. I was unaware of the consolidation of futuristic, dark neo-noirs and conspiracy thrillers with urban environments as their backdrops as an entire genre until the summer of 2014, when I first watched the anime series Psycho-Pass. Three and a half years later and it seems like […]

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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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Wow…I did not expect this in the slightest. Originally titled as Cyber God, and then Stephen King’s: The Lawnmower Man (even though it virtually bore no resemblance to his short story) and finally The Lawnmower Man after King’s lawsuit, the plot is as follows: ‘The eccentric Dr. Lawrence Angelo (Pierce Brosnan) puts mentally disabled landscaper […]

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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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Do you like science fiction? Do you like westerns? Do you, my dear reader, also like romance? What about a chimeric fusion of all three, stitched together corpse to corpse? If so, then I have a special treat for you! Directed by Steve De Jarnatt, Cherry 2000 is an unusual gem filmed towards the latter […]

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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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Hello again my futuristic friends. This time I’ll by discussing my views on the 1983 film Videodrome, written and directed by the master of body horror himself, David Cronenberg. Synopsis: When Max (James Woods) begins to seek out a new television show (Videodrome) for his TV network, he bites off quite a bit more than […]

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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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Richard K. Morgan’s 2002 novel Altered Carbon was the defining cyberpunk novel of the 2000s. Now it appears that 2018’s defining cyberpunk television series is going to be based on the important novel. We’ve been excited about the prospects of this series since it was announced for a number of reasons, the source material is […]

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