April 27, 2015 by brennon
Human Interface: Nakamura Tower is pushing on through some more stretch goals and unveiling a few more bits of information about the models for their Cyberpunk board game. See what you think…
First up to note is that Syliva Alvarez, a Mercenary Hacker in the game, has been unlocked and will be available to those backers who came in at the appropriate level.
Saved By Cybernetic Angels
The first of these new stretch goals focuses in on some angels who might just save your life in this dark and brooding Cyberpunk world. See what you think of the SAR Angels Corp…
If you need assistance and your medchip alerts them (and you’ve paid the appropriate fees) then these angels will come to the scene and make sure that you make it through whatever the situation. I think this is a great idea and I can’t wait to see the models.
More Machine Than Man
If you’re looking for an officer of the law to deal out an appropriate amount of justice according to his extensive programming then see what you think of Johny “The Machine” Maino…
As part of Raid 44 (and with a look that reminds me a lot of the new Raiden from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance) he seems like an awesome addition to the already cool looking response team. I’d love to know more about his backstory too.
I imagine that he could either have been a cop who was so badly injured they had to patch him back together (a bit like Robocop) or maybe he chose to do this so he could be more effective in the field.
As well as the talk about upcoming models they’ve also showed off what their range looks like when compared against the likes of Infinity, Warzone and even some from Fantasy Flight too…
They look great now we’re seeing some more of them in the flesh (even at this prototype-ish stage) and it’s becoming harder and harder to resist picking up the game for the models let alone the game.
What do you think of their latest offerings?
"If you're looking for an officer of the law to deal out an appropriate amount of justice according to his extensive programming then see what you think of Johny "The Machine" Maino..."