Cyber City Oedo 808 is a 1990-1991 cyberpunk original video animation. It was directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri. Set in the year 2808 in the city of Oedo (Tokyo), three criminals are hired to help the Cyber Police keep tabs on the city’s delinquents, but soon they must face a choice.
Credits: Yoshiaki Kawajiri via bigweekend (peer-inward.com), Tumblr, Josh Carey, Somewhere Else and Pinterest
A scene from a new and in-progress point-and-click adventure game, VirtuaVerse, being produced by Theta Division. As the game’s developers describe it: “A Cyberpunk adventure narrating tales of technomancers, augmented reality graffiti, epic cyberwars and virtual reality debauchery in a future not so far away.”
Credits: Valenberg and Tumblr via ex8614, 蒸気 and Pinterest, VirtuaVerse and Twitter
Surrounded by darkness, a single worry can easily multiply into thousands more. Life is survival. Hope is freedom.
Credits: xxelb and imgur via pg, bits & gifs and Pinterest
I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain.
Credits: artemykairyak 9.0 and Tumblr via ARINA LEGOTSKA,cyberpunk, web design and Pinterest
Perhaps this is what a Blade Runner game might have looked like, if it was designed and made in Japan… and if it was the Eighties.
Credits: @PixelProspector, PixelArtus and Tumblr via Bambi Willow, Pixel Art and Pinterest
Future didn’t work out so well, didn’t it?
Credits: imgur via GIF’N GEEK and Facebook
Marty at 3 different timelines…
Credits: Studio Universal via MarianaSU, Giphy, Back To the Future and Facebook
… with a gift for humanity. Fast fibre-optic broadband.
Credits: Som na Caixa via GifCities and Internet Archive
2017. The future is here.
Credits: GenuineHuman via Reddit, The GIFronomicon and Facebook
Plaistow, London, UK
Today, the UK decides in a nationwide referendum whether to leave (Brexit) or stay (Bremain) within the EU. There is a lot of impassioned debate on both sides, and much controversy too. What will the future hold for the UK-EU relationship?. Only time (and votes) will tell.
Credits: Radio New Zealand