Two bits of System Shock updates in the same week, what a time to be alive. After the System Shock 3 news, we also now have more to show for the System Shock reboot from Nightdive Studios.
In a future not too far away, one Artificial Intelligence proved better than the rest, better than governments and now everyone is connected in VirtuaVerse.
Good news for fans of both Cyberpunk and Point & Click adventure games, as Born Punk has been fully funded on Kickstarter.
Born Punk is a cyberpunk adventure which follows Eevi Rinasdottir, a former corporate combat hacker as some kind of rogue AI has invaded their brain.
Quite a surprise turned up in my inbox recently. Spinnortality, a cyberpunk management sim that looks really good is releasing with Linux support next month.
Nightdive Studios have given their usual update on the System Shock reboot as well as a fresh hint of System Shock: Enhanced Edition for Linux.
Good stuff from Daedalic Entertainment here as they've released State of Mind today with full Linux support.
Futuristic thriller 'State of Mind' has a new story trailer and releasing a day earlier than expected
Daedalic Entertainment's futuristic thriller 'State of Mind' has a new story trailer out and a new release date.
miniLAW: Ministry of Law, a game that puts you in the shoes of a Constable, an elite officer of the Ministry of Law looks like it's coming to Linux.
Quantum Replica looks a bit like RUINER in terms of style, but the gameplay mixes in stealth with time-manipulation abilities and the developer has confirmed it's coming to Linux.
RUINER, the brutal action shooter from Reikon Games recently arrived on Linux in beta and it's looking really good.
Black Ice is an in-development cyberpunk hack and shoot FPS that I'm quite a fan of, this new update makes it feel like a whole new game.
Here's one that fell through the cracks. The Red Strings Club, a cyberpunk adventure game from Deconstructeam recently released with Linux support.
The hype is building inside me for the System Shock reboot, it certainly sounds and looks good and they continue to confirm Linux support.
Long overdue, but the developers of RUINER have actually confirmed now that the Linux version is in progress.
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