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synonyms for cyberpunk

  • engineer
  • geek
  • hacker
  • programmer
  • computer nerd
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With an aesthetic verging on cyberpunk, the Logitech G560 gaming speakers’ key selling point is pairing audio with visuals that enhance an in-game, out-of-this-world experience.
LEVEL-UP YOUR PC AUDIO EXPERIENCE WITH THE BEST DESKTOP SPEAKERSTONY WAREAUGUST 19, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
That high-tech cities are organisms of a sort is a now-venerable cyberpunk notion, restated here by two installations.
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Once properly adjusted to your preferences, the shooting controls are tight and responsive, and protagonist V has a surprising number of tools of cyberpunk disposal.
‘CYBERPUNK 2077,’ THREE MONTHS LATERGENE PARKMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Over the past couple of decades, a certain kind of cyberpunk, neon design has become associated with gaming, and most gaming keyboards stick to that.
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The implications of the cyberpunk setting are rarely meaningfully examined.
‘CYBERPUNK 2077’ IS A THRILL RIDE THROUGH AN UGLY, UNEXAMINED WORLDELISE FAVISDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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