cyberpunk

State of Mind Review

From the gameplay point of view, State of Mind may stagger but for cyberpunk lovers its story and clean-cut visual design demand to be experienced. Sure, it’s derivative and predictable too, but it’s there where the game gets its strong footing

State of Mind Review

2064: Read Only Memories Review

It’s Christmas week in Neo-San Francisco in the year 2064. Unlike most cyberpunk worlds, it isn’t a drab and dreary dystopy. Well, municipal services like the police and fire department are privately owned, and human augmentations and gene therapy are commonplace, causing much social dispute.

2064: Read Only Memories Review

The Red Strings Club Review

The Red Stings Club may look like a point-and-click adventure with its beautiful retro pixel art, but it’s not exactly that. Although the game is story-driven, it’s not a narrative experience either. It nests somewhere in-between. The game is a mix of an interactive cyberpunk thriller and detective story told in three acts.

The Red Strings Club Review