Yeah, gee, that would be kinda neat.
I could never get into the 1994 sega genesis game. It might have been fun a the time, but the platform is showing it's age. The interface was just too cumbersome to be enjoyable.
Never played the SNES vesion, but I imagine it's similar to the genesis version.
There was a mega-drive version!?
The 2007 FPS game had some aspects of shadowrun, but it's an entirely different genre.
The 2013 PC version was a throwback. It would be a GREAT game if it was released in the 90's. Painful dialog, simplistic combat, rail-road plot. And that fucking clown in the end. It just didn't have the magic.
But oh, wait, EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THESE is a solo-only game. No multiplayer. No friends. No social interaction. No open-ended world with open-ended rules limited only by your creativity. It's like you don't even understand the premise of table-top roleplaying. Do you even know who Gygax was?
That multiplayer game is still TBA though, and the burnt Fool's bandaged finger goes wabbling back to the Fire.