Alright, so I tried streaming my OCTGN games for a bit, rather unsuccessfully. I discovered I do not have all that many interesting things to say while I'm actually playing a game, and the streams were filled with uncomfortable periods of silence. =) So, instead, I began recording all my games locally, and I have now gone back and begun recording commentary for those games after the fact. I went back to my military days, stole an acronym from the Army, and now I have a video series of Netrunner After Action Reviews on YouTube (link below)!
This was mostly done for my local group of players, as we had a stream of new players who were trying to figure out what Supermodernism is, and how do Criminals play aggressively, and how does a tag-me playstyle work, etc. So a couple of these first videos are more to demonstrate specific playstyles and archetypes rather than provide an entertaining game, so... I apologize for the blowouts, but there will be more competitive games coming. I made the cut for the OCTGN 3 tournament (playing 9 different decks over the course of 6 Swiss rounds) and will be posting all of my recorded matches upon the tournament's conclusion. But, anyway, I know I am always looking for folks who upload their Netrunner games (live and OCTGN) to YouTube, so I figured a few of y'all would appreciate the link here as well.
I'm always looking for feedback, so please comment with any thoughts, requests, critiques, compliments, complaints, etc. Otherwise, enjoy!
YouTube Playlist: NetrunnAAR
NetrunnAAR 1: Replicating Perfection vs. Iain Stirling
My variant of db0's Untrashable build goes a humorous 91 seconds before a fatal Legwork run.
NetrunnAAR 2: Building a Better World vs. Express
My variant of hoobajoo's Supermodernism build rushes a few agendas early to prompt a desperate run.
NetrunnAAR 3: Andromeda vs. Making News
Andy Suckers attempts to drain NBN's coffers after they open the game with 21 credits on turn one.