This sounds like Virtuosity, in which SID 6.7 (Russell Crowe), a virtual gestalt of various criminals' minds, is able to enter the real world as a glass-based cyborg.
Here's a clip of SID 6.7, falling to be impaled on a bunch of glass, and then projecting blue, snake-like tendrils from his arm stump to absorb the glass.
That's Invaders from Rigel aka The Onslaught from Rigel by Fletcher Pratt. The Project Gutenberg etext is based on the original 1932 magazine story, and may be shorter than the book version (maybe this one) that you read.
The following review is from Science-Fiction: The Gernsback Years by Everett F. Bleiler (ISFDB, Wikipedia):
Novel. * Time: 1946 on. ...
Twenty years of searching, I find this site and five minutes later I do some reading here I've got my answer: Creatures of Light and Darkness by Roger Zelazny. I am so happy right now.
From the TVTropes article:
The Steel General, Wakim, and several other characters practice a martial art known as "Temporal Fugue", which allows the practitioner to ...
The storyline of Sky Commanders comprises the daily adventures of a multi-racial group of soldiers and mountaineering specialists from all over the world who battle the evil General Lucas Plague and his goon squad of villainous mercenaries and miscreants, "The Raiders", whose aim is to seize control of the planet. The series is set on a new ...
I think this might be "Spawn of the Death Machine" by Ted White (1968). The Goodreads description is a partial match:
"You are an artificially constructed human being, a mobile data-gathering device."
That is what the computer's metallic voice tells Tanner when it releases him from his cell. Naked, unarmed, with no memory to guide him, he emerges into ...
Who? (1958) is a science fiction novel by American writer Algis Budrys, set during the Cold War.
Plot according to wikipedia:
An explosion resulting from an experiment gone awry rocks an Allied research facility near the border with the Soviet Bloc. A Soviet team abducts Dr. Lucas Martino, a leading Allied physicist in charge of a secret, high-priority ...
The Vindicator (1986)
An employee of a secret company operation becomes the victim of the company's special weapons project. He is transformed into a robotic killing machine that, because of his programming must destroy anything that comes near him. source
I remember watching this movie: The main character, Carl is a scientist in a robotic company that ...
Sounds like "A Dry, Quiet War" by Tony Daniel, 1996 (full text here) as previously asked here a few other times. The protagonist is Col. Henry Bone, a veteran of the "Big War at the End of Time." The bad guys are "glims":
"Soldiers who don't go home after the war. The fighting gets into them and they don't want to give it up, or can't. Sometimes they have ...
Terminators were designed to pass for humans even under close inspection (security checks and so on) when infiltrating resistance cells. As such the logical answer to this would be that Terminators are designed with the same vocal capacity as humans.
As stated by the OP, our voices do not just come from the voice box. The larynx creates the sound but the ...
It Was A Side Effect Of His Suit
His voice wasn't his own as shown by the Darth Vader's Armor article on Wookieepedia:
The med droids that had made the suit had inserted the redundant breathing tubes low enough so that, with the aid of an enunciator, his scorched vocal cords could still form sounds and words through a voice synthesizer in the mask. ...
"Robot with horns", "robot and girl companion in a military setting", "game-like animation", it's an Appleseed movie.
Specifically, it's Appleseed Alpha (2014).
This film does not follow the previous Appleseed movie canon; it is an alternate version of the story's origins. Briareos, for example, is already a ...
Cyborg 3: The Recycler (1994)
Here's a brief synopsis of sorts :-)
Set in a desolate post apocalyptic world where a once thriving golden
age of man and cyborgs has ended. Cyborgs are now hunted for their
Cash, a female cyborg learns from Doc Edford that she is somehow
She searches for the fabled city of Cytown to find ...
Alright, thanks to some comments which pointed out similar movies, I was able to find it by searching through "similar movies" one by one.
Its name wasn't anything like "Aiko". It actually was Spriggan (1998).
The movie included several creepy guys, though I remembered only 2 of them.
The heavily armoured guy I remembered was called Fat Man. He was ...
They only thing that comes to mind is Exo-man (1977).
This show was the pilot for a series that never materialized.
It's about a genius who survives a mob hit but is paralyzed and he builds himself a suit of armor that not only enables him to walk but also to fight crime too.
Here's a video and here's the imdb page.
Okay, how about Prototype X29A (...
It's all about Barry and Archer watching too many sci-fi movies about Skynet-like things.
Barry has done multiple wrongs to Archer, so many it turned into a war, and I've honestly lost count a long time ago.
As for the movies, let's remember Archer is still pretty childish and gets caught up in his imagination and fears, leading him to believe the things ...
I wonder if this from the William Dietz Legion of the Damned series.
When there's no hope for the terminally ill or a condemned criminal they have one last chance to survive. And that's to join the Legion and become a cyborg. Both more and less than human, these warriors are the most elite fighting force in the Empire, they are the Legion of the Damned.
The movie you are talking about is Crash and Burn, released as Robot Jox 2: Crash and Burn in Europe.
BadMovies.org plot summary
After watching numerous movies about the future I have decided it sucks, whether it be evil companies taking over, the development of killer robots, or an environment ruined by man's hubris. Unfortunately for the characters ...
You might be thinking of The Eliminators. The timing fits, and the trailer has most everything you're describing: a guy with a shield, a cyborg on a one-person vehicle (though it's tank treads, not a hovercraft), and shooting.
Is it by any chance Screamers?
The main character is a human soldier (or mercenary, can't remember exactly). He travels trough an arid, desolated post-apocalyptic planet and saves a little girl from cyborg killing machines, and she follows him 'till the end of the movie, when he dies.
S. Albano, in case you haven't already found the movie, the one you're looking for is Knights (1993)
The cyborg Gabriel was created to destroy all other cyborgs. He later rescues Nea by killing the cyborg Simon. Gabriel trains Nea to become a cyborg killer and help him. They continue to kill cyborgs until Gabriel is torn in half by one of ...
Quoting directly from James Cameron;
The 800 Series is also equipped with vocals which enable it to
replicate any human speech pattern of which it has heard an adequate
specimen. It does this by recording and storing syllables of the
subjects' voices, which it then replays and uses to digitally
synthesize their speech patterns.
The clear ...
Could this be the Doctor Who serial "The Robots of Death"? This is what the robots looked like:
Green faces, check.
Evil robots trying to kill the crew, check.
Good robots trying to save the crew, check.
They vaguely look like the helmets from Battlestar Galactica, half a check.
This sounds like the character Xris in the "Mag Force" series by Margaret Weis. Xris used to be a governement agent but was caught in an explosion that he believed his partner set him up for. The result was that half his body was replaced with cybernetics, he then became a mercenary and took various jobs all over the galaxy but all the while searched for his ...