As promised yesterday here is my unboxing post for Android:Netrunner.
The first thing to note is the size of the box the game comes in, which is a little under a foot square, is surprisingly large for a card game.
For those keeping count, that's a total of 248 cards (although it's worth noting that many of those are duplicates) along with 4 reference cards and 102 tokens.Taking the lid off to get to the contents reveals a slightly dated (2012) booklet of Fantasy Flight's games.
After the rules comes the token set. The card is suitably thick and the cuts are all very well aligned. I don't think I've ever had a sheet of tokens pop out quite so smoothly as these did. As you can see from the two images below, some of the tokens are double sided. From two play throughs, and reading the rules it seems that there are more than enough tokens here to cater for both players needs.
The quality of the printing on the cards is very good. and the art is certainly on a par with Magic.
Going deeper into things would be rather running beyond the scope of the unboxing. Below you can see my second game a couple of turns in, which goes a little way into showing the asymmetric nature of the game.