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InQuest Magazine reviews Netrunner

"Probably the best CCG on the market. Netrunner's only drawback is that it can't be played with more than two players. However, this is a small price to pay for such a marvelously crafted game of strategy and guile.

Every time you play, you'll face the challenges of having to make the right tactical decision, judging your opponents poker face and executing bluffs of your own. You must consider every move your opponent makes, and he'll be putting you under the same scrutiny. The skill and concentration Netrunner requires enhances its enjoyability.

Netrunner also does a great job of simulating the the feel of R. Talsorian's Cyberpunk RPG. As the Runner, you'll feel like you're putting your life on the line every time you investigate the Corp's data forts.

Unlike most other games, Netrunner plays best out of a starter. Add two or three boosters and trim both your Corp and Runner Decks down to the 45-card minimum and you're ready to go. Netrunner is the benchmark of CCG's."

InQuest Magazine, May 1997

Created on: October 13, 1997 
Last updated on: August 1, 1998
Created by: Scott Dickie <codeslinger@mail.com>