KeyForge: Call of the Archons bills itself as a card game in which no two decks are the same. Maker Fantasy Flight Games announced it at GenCon 2018 today, revealing that Richard Garfield, veteran designer behind Magic: The Gathering, is working on it. It sounds wild.
Tagged With netrunner
Cyberpunk card game Netrunner recently received a murder mystery expansion, Terminal Directive. It's a novel twist on an already-fantastic game and its first story-based campaign. The obvious question: How does a narrative of cyberwarfare unravel through a card game that requires shuffling decks? The answer is, slowly, in fits and starts and in spite of a frustrating balancing act of ever-changing gameplay modifiers.
Fantasy Flight's World Championship Weekend is still going on, closing with the finals of the Netrunner tournament. You can catch it right here.