Good news: there’s a new cyberpunk bartending game called N1RV ANN-A. Bad news: it’s not due out until 2020. Sukeban Games, makers of 2016's VA-11 HALL-A, announced its sequel with a reveal trailer today. Fortunately, that leaves plenty of time to replay VA-11 when it gets ported to Switch and PS4 in early 2019.
Blood Music, the extreme metal music organization, is also working on a game called VirtuaVerse. It’s got a trailer and a projected release date of sometime in 2019. If buzzwords like cyberpunk, technomancer, and Monkey Island-style point-and-click adventure game get you excited, you should give it a look.
Narita Boy just released its first gameplay trailer. The 80s cyberpunk beat’em up is infused with nostalgia for old tech and according to this latest footage at least, pretty violent. We spoke with the developer when the project was Kickstarted earlier this year, which originally aimed for a release in late 2018.