Here's a full ten (10) super duper moderately obscure Super Nintendo cyborgs!
Bartender/Information Broker/Bruce Campbell look-alike.
Brocken, World Heroes
Future German soldier with extendable limbs
Welder/race driver with a bionic arm modeled after the Technodrome.
Helmut, Street Combat
Robot/cyborg/whatever on a hoverboard who also has extendible limbs; his name implies he's German.
Galactic Commander, Math Blaster Episode 1
Commander of the Galaxy! (Job responsibilities are limited to telling you to rescue your lightbulb-shaped robot from a yellow three-eyed alien by doing math)
Cyber Woo, King of Monsters 2
Giant cybernetic gorilla, who can headbutt people from a distance due to an extending neck (possibly of German design?)
All your agents, Syndicate
Paid assassins willing to have their limbs/organs replaced with cybernetic enhancements and to pose half-nude on the status screens!
Orbot, The Peace Keepers
Robot-y cyborg-y thing; limbs are sort of always extended (perhaps he was designed in Austria).
Roden Wull, Mechwarrior
Pointless banged-up mercinary who shows up once on a holovid to display his goofy name and "O"-face.
K'S, Tuff E Nuff / Dead Dance
German dude with flowing blond hair, no shirt or shoes, and of course some mechanical arms (which give him an extended reach).
I'm not sure what it is with Japanese game developers portraying Germans as evil beings whose humanity has been overcome by mechanization and whose reach exceeds their grasp. Perhaps it could be psychoanalyzed to lingering bitterness from the Axis days and Hitler's ill-fated assault on Stalin's Russia?
Hmmm...what do you think, Big Sky Trooper recruiting agent; is that clever political analysis?
— carlmarksguy, 2012-06-22