Cyberpunk Documentary PART 1 & 2

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The long-awaited follow-up to The Origins of Cyberpunk, the 2nd episode in this miniseries delves into the boom of cyberpunk media during the 1990’s, the unrest, crime rates and tech corps that inspired them, and what dark possibilities they revealed to us about our future. 0:00 Intro 3:04 The Cold War, Fall of USSR 4:30 Total Recall 9:06 Screamers 12:10 Cyberpunk B-Movies 13:50 Hardware 15:14 Terminator 2 17:01 Evolution of Cyberpunk Games 17:53 Crusader 20:10 Eastern Influences 21:24 Battle Angel Alita 23:02 Ghost in the Shell 29:38 Final Fantasy VII 31:12 Police, Crime & Corporations 32:13 RoboCop 2 33:56 Technocop 35:20 Flashback 37:50 Fade to Black 39:07 Freejack 41:04 Cyberpunk & Fantasy 41:51 Cybermage 42:07 Strife 42:59 Bloodnet 45:38 Shadowrun (SNES) 49:53 Shadowrun (Genesis) 54:59 Dreamweb 57:30 Megacities & Unrest 58:28 Quarantine 59:58 Syndicate 1:03:40 Syndicate Wars 1:06:58 Demolition Man 1:10:03 Judge Dredd 1:14:10 Blade Runner Game 1:21:15 Total Recall 2070 1:27:45 Outro — Additional writing by Shalashaskka… Additional VO editing/mastering by Erik Peabody Music for Ghost in the Shell section by Stefan B.K. aka Hian PKD voiceover by Dan Johnson — MUSIC CREDITS Full credits… Intro song: Essenger – “Empire Of Steel” (feat. Scandroid)… Licensed through FiXT Neon Shadowrun “Reborn” OCRemix by Marc-André Tremblay, Thunder Thouin Flashback: The Quest for Identity “Memory Leak Suite” OCRemix by Beckett007 Final Fantasy VII “Rape of a Planet” OCRemix by mp Additional music from: YouTube Music Library Epidemic Sound Pond5

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
 (1968) by Philip K. DickThe Girl Who Was Plugged In (1973) by James Tiptree Jr[citation needed]True Names (1981) by Vernor Vinge[3]Ware Tetralogy (1982–2000) by Rudy Rucker[4]Neuromancer (1984) by William GibsonDr. Adder (1984) by K. W. Jeter[5]The Sprawl trilogy (1984–1988) by William Gibson – popularized the concept of cyberspace, exemplifies the genre.[5][6][7]Schismatrix (1985) by Bruce Sterling[8][9]Eclipse Trilogy (also known as A Song Called Youth Trilogy) (1985–90) by John Shirley – includes Eclipse (1985), Eclipse Penumbra (1988), and Eclipse Corona(1990)[4][8]Hardwired (1986) by Walter Jon Williams[9]Mindplayers (1987) by Pat Cadigan[8]The Glass Hammer (1987) by K. W. JeterVoice of the Whirlwind (1987) by Walter Jon Williams[10]When Gravity Fails (1987) by George Alec Effinger – part of the Effinger’s Marîd Audran series[11]Islands in the Net (1988) by Bruce Sterling[8]A Fire in the Sun (1989) by George Alec Effinger – part of the Effinger’s Marîd Audran seriesSolip:System (1989) by Walter Jon Williams[12]My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist (1990) by Mark LeynerThe Exile Kiss (1991) by George Alec Effinger – part of the Effinger’s Marîd Audran seriesSynners (1991) by Pat Cadigan[8]Snow Crash (1992) by Neal StephensonThe Bridge trilogy (1993–1999) by William Gibson[13][14][15]Heavy Weather (1994) by Bruce SterlingTrouble and Her Friends (1994) by Melissa Scott[16]Blade Runner 2: The Edge of HumanBlade Runner 3: Replicant Night, and Blade Runner 4: Eye and Talon (1995-2000) by K. W. Jeter[17]The Diamond Age (1996) by Neal Stephenson[18]Holy Fire (1996) by Bruce Sterling[citation needed]Night Sky Mine (1997) by Melissa Scott[19]Noir (1998) by K. W. JeterTea from an Empty Cup (1998) by Pat CadiganOne of Us (1998) by Michael Marshall Smith[20]Altered Carbon (2002) by Richard Morgan[21]River of Gods (2004) by Ian McDonald[22]Accelerando (2005) by Charles Stross[23]Glasshouse (2006)[24]Daemon (2006–2010) by Daniel SuarezThe Mirrored Heavens (2008) by David J. Williams[25]Ready Player One (2011) by Ernest Cline[26][27]Bleeding Edge (2013) by Thomas Pynchon[28]Blackstar (2013–2015) by Josh ViolaCash Crash Jubilee (2015)[29] by Eli K.P. William The Naked World (2017)[30]

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