7 Most Amazing Cyberpunk Video Games Ever Made


Cyberpunk is my favorite genre in gaming and in movies too and I would say it is mainly because of Blade Runner when I first watched that in the year 2005 and since then I don’t think there is something as cool as Cyberpunk. The atmosphere is the most important aspect if someone is creating a cyberpunk movie or a game because you don’t need full on action to make a good game. Instead, you can perfect the atmosphere and world setting that will make it more unique in its own way. Without any further, let’s jump right in!

7. Transistor

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From its surreal setting and enigmatic characters, to its surprising upgrade system and combat, Transistor is a game that is happy to let you discover its charms over time. For players willing to accept a slightly more opaque experience than many games, Transistor offers an escape into a strange and enchanting world. – Game Informer
Without being weird and unrecognizable as a video game, Transistor turns many video game tropes on their heads—subtley. – Gaming Nexus
It isn’t a bad story, with plenty of intrigue from its setting and characters. The issue comes in when it tries to take a leap into the realm of allegory, where it never ties itself together thematically in a satisfying way. In that way, Transistor is like a virtual croissant. It is layered and delicious, but there is a lingering airy emptiness to it that makes it hard to fill up on just one. – Digital Spy

6. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

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Thanks, Ubisoft Montreal, for getting this right on the first try, because this is undoubtedly the only time it will be fresh and exciting. Still, the degree of creativity and the load of ideas on display really demonstrates which ways you can treat your source material inventively via spin-offs or DLCs. I really could get used to that. – Eurogamer Germany
This game is pure irony: story, dialogue, music, graphics… everything recalls the craziest clichés of the 80s. – Eurogamer Spain
Like wandering through a theme park dedicated to the excess of 80s blockbuster entertainment, Blood Dragon takes Far Cry’s proven gameplay formula and adds humour, a new coat of paint and a script free from qualms of narrative dissonance. – The Digital Fix

 5. System Shock 2

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The first game was an undeniable classic that could easily be ruined in the wrong hands. We’re here to tell you to pack those fears away in a box because this is the dream sequel. – Hot Games

Irrational Games and Looking Glass have produced one of the best games I’ve ever played. System Shock 2 is truly scary, smart, challenging, fascinating, and disturbing. I recommend it to any adventurous adventure player. –

If playing games is more of a religion than a hobby to you, meet your new bible…System Shock 2 will scare the hell right out of you — and you’ll like it for that reason. – Adrenaline Vault

4. Syndicate

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A solid shooter that feels fresh and original on some points, and succesfully borrows from the best on others. It’s not perfect, but it’s a title that all shooter fans should take for a spin. – Gamereactor Denmark
The separate co-op missions are well worth checking out. – AusGamers
A game of thrills and missed opportunities. And so it’s important to know what you want from this shooter before you commit. Come to it for the thrills of joining a team and mowing down gunners like so many weeds in a Colorado research facility. Come to it for a chilly vision of the future, where the minds of meddlers can be altered with a simple computer program. There are numerous games better at providing single-player satisfaction, however, and this is where Syndicate falters. – GameSpot

3. Blade Runner

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This game is another undiscovered masterpiece. The NPCs live their virtual lives independently, they don’t wait around for the player to make a move. Therefore multiple endings shouldn’t come as a surprise. The writing is great, the atmosphere is just sooo good, the graphics are still so gorgeous after all these years. Best movie video game? Best movie video game! – Wolfie1987 
A very atmospheric point and click adventure game from Westwood Studios that had some very nice graphics and sound for the time. I enjoyed playing this game from start to finish. – LiqMat
Hands down the most under-rated point and click adventure game of all time. Incredibly gorgeous for its age, full of atmosphere, and remarkably non-linear. The extent to which you could change the outcome of the game based on your choices and actions was astounding. Easily one of the most unique and memorable games I’ve ever played. – juxtapose519

2. Gunpoint

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Gunpoint is fun, innovative, simple, engaging and a whole host of adjectives that would take far too much time to write out. So I will say this instead: Play this game because you won’t regret it. – Hooked Gamers
Gunpoint is a short, well-crafted title that combines film noir, stealth, and hacking puzzles into a incredibly fun gaming experience. No one mechanic or playstyle takes precedence over the others, but all are equally balanced and fun to play around with. – The Escapist
Gunpoint is a refreshingly welcome addition to the burgeoning stealth genre. It nails player movement, puzzles, and storytelling in games, and completely removes anything that stands in the way of these three. – IGN

 1. Deus: Ex

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If you’re looking for one of those rare experiences that affects your mind, body and soul in ways only the greatest of releases can, look no further than “Deus Ex” — it will consume you. – Adrenaline Vault
Moody and atmospheric, compelling and addictive, this is first person gaming in grown-up form, and it truly is magnificent. – Eurogamer
An amazingly well put together role playing adventure that is easily one of the first candidates for game of the year. – Gaming Age
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#7 Most Amazing Cyberpunk Video Games Ever Made
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