Look, before we start, we know every site on the web is going to use that tagline for this story -- but please don't judge us. Sometimes it's just too perfect to ignore.
With that out of the way, let's dive right in: Blade Runner is coming to PlayStation 4. That's Blade Runner the 1997 point-and-click adventure game, not Blade Runner the 1982 film. It's being enhanced by Nightdive Studios, who have built a reputation on remastering older titles.
The original Blade Runner by Westwood Studios was a PC exclusive. By today's standards it obviously looks very dated -- it uses a blend of chunky character models and pre-rendered environments -- and some of the voice acting is questionable to say the least, but it's considered by some to be a bit of a classic, and it captures the atmosphere of the film incredibly well despite technical limitations.
It's also worth noting that the game isn't a direct adaptation of the movie. It tells its own original story as it follows the gritty tale of a detective named Ray McCoy, who's been tasked with -- you guessed it -- hunting down a group of rogue replicants. Interestingly, the game's plot does cross paths with the narrative of the film at points, so you'll likely get more out of it if you've seen Ridley Scott's feature.
Blade Runner is expected to release later this year on Sony's system, but are you interested? Consider what makes us human in the comments section below.