The Good Gorean : Cyberpunk Role-play and The Varuna Project
"Cyberpunk fiction gained momentum in the early 1980s—William Gibson's influential debut novel Neuromancer, Bruce Sterling, Rudy Rucker, K.W. Jeter and Katsuhiro Otomo's manga series Akira are some of the authors and novels most associated with the movement, who solidified cyberpunk as a subgenre. In addition, early films such as Blade Runner and The Matrix Trilogy further popularized this genre, reflecting a new perspective of a technology-induced realm of bizarre, hard-edged and high-tech subculture of hackers and rebels; thus the origin of the movement’s name – high tech (cyber) with counter-culture (punk)." Read more on the blog.
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