List of fictional cyborgs

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This list is for fictional cyborgs.

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Cybermen Doctor Who The Tenth Planet episode October 29[1][better source needed]1966

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  • ECO 35-2 from Rise of the Robots
  • Blastoise from Pokémon
  • Brad Fang from Contra: Hard Corps
  • Captain Tobias Bruckner from Turok: Evolution
  • Cyber Shredder from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Radical Rescue
  • Dr. Crygor from the WarioWare, Inc. games
  • Bryan Fury from the Tekken games
  • Doctor N. Gin from the Crash Bandicoot games
  • The Electrocutioner from Batman
  • Fulgore from the Killer Instinct series
  • The Grox are a race of cyborg carnivores that rule most of the Galaxy in Spore.
  • Hung Lo, Lo Wang's evil brother from Shadow Warrior: Twin Dragon
  • Jake, from Night Slashers
  • Jax, Kano, Cyrax, Sektor, Smoke and Cyber Sub-Zero from the Mortal Kombat games
  • Lopers from Return to Castle Wolfenstein
  • The Marathon Trilogy's protagonist
  • Matthew Kane from Quake 4
  • The Strogg from the Quake series are a warlike cybernetic race. The Strogg systematically replace their ranks with prisoners of war, "stroggified" and assimilated through the modification of their bodies with mechanical weaponry and prosthetics. The games Quake II (1997) and Quake 4 (2005) feature Strogg cyborg enemies in many shapes and variations.
  • Samus Aran from Metroid
  • Symbionts from Supreme Commander
  • Plant Contra from Neo Contra
  • Raiden & Gray Fox from the Metal Gear Solid games
  • R.A.X. Coswell, a kickboxing cyborg from Eternal Champions and Eternal Champions: Challenge from the Dark Side
  • Super Soldiers Return to Castle Wolfenstein
  • Spartans from the Halo games receive extensive physical augmentations, including ceramic plated bones in order to resist the stresses of using their MJOLNIR powered armor that can lethally injure unaugmented humans with a wrong move.
  • Barret from Final Fantasy VII
  • Nathan Spencer From the Bionic Commando series
  • The Masked Man from Mother 3
  • Yoshimitsu from the Tekken and Soulcalibur series
  • Necrons, a race from the Warhammer 40,000 universe, are led by what seem to be intelligent machine organisms. The Obliterators of the Chaos faction fuse their weapons and armor directly into their flesh.
  • Commander Shepard, the protagonist of Mass Effect, is extensively implanted with cybernetics in an effort to bring him/her (Shepard's gender is chosen by the player; as such, there is no canon gender) back from the dead.
  • Gar'Skuther, the villain of Spore Creatures
  • Maxima, a character from The King of Fighters series.
  • Biological Engineering Project 154, the protagonist of the Thing Thing Series.
  • The Combine from Half-Life 2 base the core of their fighting forces on synths, cyborgs made from members of various previously enslaved species. Whenever they subjugate a world, the dominant species of the planet is turned into cyborgs, giving the Combine an army that can be deployed in any kind of planetary environment; the most prominent ones seen are Dropships, Gunships, Striders and Hunters. With Earth as their newest acquisition, an unknown number of humans (mainly dissidents and Civil Protection volunteers) have been cybernetically enhanced into Overwatch Soldiers. Dissidents unsuitable for conversion are instead turned into Stalkers, heavily dismembered torsos with crude metallic limb replacements. Overwatch Elites are implied to have received more augmentations than ordinary Soldiers and various content cut from the game's final version includes even more radical designs such as humans fused into bulky, biomechanical powered armor.
  • Vesper, Ruprecht, Berle, and Shigeo of the Ten Wise Men from Star Ocean: The Second Story.
  • Adam Jensen, Gunther Herrman, Anna Navarre, Jaron Namir, Lawrence Barrett, Yelena Fedorova and several other characters in Deus Ex and its prequel, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, are augmented with cybernetics.
  • Starkiller From The Star Wars Series.
  • Iji, the titular character from the indie game Iji.
  • Many of the enemies, along with the protagonist from System Shock and its sequel, System Shock 2.
  • Amber Torrelson, one of the four player characters in Project Eden, is a cyborg Urban Protection Agent; her body has been rebuilt within a giant robotic frame after sustaining fatal injuries in a train accident.
  • Rex a cybordog from Fallout: New Vegas
  • Sergeant Rex "Power" Colt the protagonist from Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
  • Cyborg, Cyborg Reaper and Cyborg Commando,cyborg soldiers developed by Brotherhood of Nod in Command and Conquer 2 and its expansion pack Firestorm, who later went rogue with the renegade Nod AI CABAL (Computer Assisted Biologically Augmented Lifeform) ro fulfill its world domination. All of these cyborgs are superior to their human counterparts, and the strongest of them, the Cyborg Commando, can even defeat a Mammoth Mk.2 superheavy walker in a one-on-one showdown.
  • Awakened, Tiberium troopers and Enlightened, cyborg infantry from Command and Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath utilized by Nod subfaction Marked of Kane, which, led by CABAL's reincarnation LEGION, bears a striking resemblance to CABAL's army in the previous war. Awakened serve as Marked of Kane's basic infantry, tiberium troopers as close range anti-infantry/anti-structure support and Enlightened as elite anti-ground troopers.
  • Genji from the game Overwatch.

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