The best cyberpunk games on PC.
Though Blade Runner riffs heavily on the movie it's based on, that's kind of the appeal. What makes it worthwhile is the chance to explore a gorgeous recreation of Ridley Scott's work.
A horror/FPS/RPG hybrid set aboard a stricken starship that would go on to inspire the much more well-known yet not quite as clever BioShock series.
One of the first immersive sims, Deus Ex can be clunky not because of its age, but because it was made when the genre was still being formed.
Like the other Shadowrun games, which are based on a tabletop RPG first released in 1989, Dragonfall is an unlikely blend of cyberpunk and high fantasy that works surprisingly well.
Though there's a larger missing person plot, Neo Cab is really an anthology of character-led short stories about weirdos.
Live out the heist fantasy of pulling together a team of experts with all the right gadgets and having a plan that comes together—or falls apart then gets rewritten on the fly.
A superb sequel with a conspiracy-laden plot, powerful augmentations, and that rarest of things—a hacking minigame that wasn't terrible.