Who would have thought it… I am posting an update concerning Steampunk and Furries… The ætherweb really has information on everything…
The esteemed Mr. Arthur S. Rowan of Vintage Future passed some information on.
All I can say is: Kiitos herra Rowan!
He specifically mentioned a by now rather old, i.e. vintage, game, released for the first PlayStation. The game in question is
Yes, a game combining anthropomorphic characters with Victorian sci-fi technology has been out there for quite some time, as you can guess from the platform it was released for. You can also judge this from the visual content I present here (and the first video was included in Mr. Rowans response):
This is the game trailer:
And this is the first part of the Let’s Play on Youtube:
Tail Concerto was released in 1998. I used to play a lot on the original PlayStation. I drove to friends in my own car when the early adopters among them bought one. Yes, I am an old geek.
Granted, there are also more than a few crossover artworks on Deviant Art (the one I featured above is by hellodingo, I should not let her go unmentioned, that would be grossly unfair), but since you find artwork for everything there, I thought I needed a second source.
Another facet added to the subculture. More precisely, another facet I am now aware of. I wonder what other things await discovery out there, in the furthest reaches of the ætherweb. And I am not talking about Cthulhu Steampunk stuff, I am well aware and happy about its existance, I am thinking about yet another application of the ætherweb’s most famous axiom… No! I shall not go hunting for confirmation, I refuse!