'1870' Reclaims a Cyberpunk Future from Colonial Wreckage
If your life depended on it, could you approach an indigenous community and worldview without being an asshole?
The Cyberpunk Stylings of 'Shadowrun: Dragonfall'
The gang finds unexpected humanity in a world of techno-magic, conspiracy, and mercenary misadventure.
'Frozen Synapse 2' Melds Strategy and Tactics in a Political Cyberpunk City
Watch us live our best lives as Cyberpunk Gangster-Warlords in our exclusive first look at the game.
'Exapunks' Is a Cyberpunk Hacking Game That Asks You to Print Your Own Zines
This new PC game tells you to code for your life, avoid the phage, print the instructions, and hack the planet.
It's Time to Revisit 'Shadowrun: Dragonfall'
The cyberpunk-fantasy tactical RPG from the makers of 'Battletech' isn't only great, it's also the next game in our Waypoint 101 series.
Where are the Radical Politics of Cyberpunk?
The aesthetics and politics of the genre shadow a harsh reality: there might not have been all that much “punk” there to begin with.
CD Projekt RED Won't Commit to Gender Fluidity in ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ (Yet)
The studio told Waypoint it’s “something we’ve looked at” for the character creator.
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What to Play, Read, and Watch While You Wait for 'Cyberpunk 2077'
Here are the books, movies, and games you can enjoy to get familiar with the cyberpunk genre while you wait for the 'Cyberpunk 2077' release date to get here.
'The Fall' Remains a Modern Sci-Fi Classic, But Its Sequel Misses the Mark
A lack of focus and too much combat drag down the next chapter in a very promising series about artificial intelligence.
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We Talked to the 'The Red Strings Club' Devs About Queer Art and Intention
Yesterday, we wrote about deadnaming and a cyberpunk adventure game. Today, we talked to its developers.
How 'The Red Strings Club' Sabotages Its Hopeful Cyberpunk Vision
The new game from the creators of 'Gods Will Be Watching" has bold, refreshing ideas about future sex—but also a pitfall into transphobia.
Cyberpunk Rarely Imagines That Its Dystopian Futures Might End
'Observer' offers a grim view of the future, but fails to see it break.