Well, steampunk as a genre wasn't nearly as popular as it is today. When we used the term it was to express Rosuto-Shima entering into an industrial age, and express the new mindset of the people, especially the youth, rebelling against the old ways. You'll find mechanical arms, trains, steam-powered ricksha, etc. But it doesn't dominate the setting. In fact, outside of the larger cities it is rare. So, it's probably not as heavy in steampunk as most current settings.