New story whenever it's ready
Amstrad takes a job as a mercenary protecting the tenants of an apartment complex from being evicted by the cops. What at first seems like another small-money gig becomes an existential turning point for him, where he has to decide what kind of person he really wants to be.
A mysterious AI summons a seemingly random man, Lucky Burne, to participate in it's string of strange and elaborate crimes. But there's no such thing as easy money.
Amstrad wakes up to find that a wall in his apartment has been moved in closer. In an attempt to undo this, he finds himself in a position to save- or destroy- the city itself. This should be considered the first true Amstrad story.
Amstrad attempts to collect this week's rent by stealing a hard drive with exorbitant amounts of cryptocurrency on it. Though it's the first of the stories chronologically, this should be considered more of an optional prequel than an introduction.
What is this?
A. An ongoing collection of short stories about dystopian New York (more than usual), and a dude who lives there.
Q. Why did you do this?
A. So that people might read it. I owe it's existence primarily to The Matrix and the Elric Saga.
Q. Is there a game of this?
A. As a matter of fact, there is. This series is loosely based on my table top role playing game Psychopunk.