Thanks. My own gaming group recently imploded due to conflicting schedules, but I think I've found another group to play with.
If you have a number of folks who don't mind keeping track of multiple pieces of info, the game can be very, very cool. Tip: have players read flavor text aloud before playing it. Adds a lot!
In my own case (and I'm trying not to sound like a fanboy, but here goes), I have been working on a number of writing projects that, for lack of a better word, had stalled.
Still, though I have been paid for my fiction & for some itsy-bitsy bits of game editing, I've never, never done fan fiction for a game before; not even when I was a green little pre-teen with my Red Box D&D set 'way back.
Part of the reason I've enjoyed this game so much is that afterwards, the events of the game truly can make for a very cool story, if spun out correctly. This game, unlike any other, actually inspired me to connect and flesh out some of the events that had gone around in various games. Playing android, in essence, helped grease the creative wheels. After doing a little fanfic, I was able to get back to writing again for the things I'll (hopefully) get paid for.
So, kudos again to the game's creators! Yes, it's complicated, but I've found it to be very, very worth it. Like anything, it's best when with the right people.
So, looking forward to the expansion whenever it chooses to arrive!