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Quinns: Finally, after six months of waiting and countless allusions on the podcast, Android: Netrunner is back in stock and OUR REVIEW IS HERE. Click here to head over to the mighty Eurogamer.
Oh, and what a surprise! It's the best collectible card game we've ever played.
"Here's a game defined by inescapable tension. Playing as either side, you're always able to make grim estimates of how far you are from victory, while the other player could win at any point. Worse, even the most lovingly crafted deck will often feel like a second antagonist. Both sides need programs, yes, and events and resources, but you'll need money for all of those, and so sitting down to play Netrunner absolutely feels like you've taken a seat under a sword of Damocles that you've fastened there yourself."
Oooh, yes. We like this one. Go read!
I'm actually playing in a Netrunner tournament with some friends this Sunday. We've all agreed not to look online for tips, but I wonder if we had anyone keen to give me NBN tips in the audience... ?