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Great Writing, Okay Poker, Repetitive Dialogue 0

King-Ace hole cards? You bet I'm gonna call. Poker Night 2 is Telltale's sequel to the weird and fun, if a bit barebones, surprise PC title Poker Night At The Inventory, a game that brought together a smattering of characters from various video game related franchises to play some poker with the player, celebrity poker style, and offered a number of Team Fortress 2 items as rewards for doing well. While this sequel changes up the roster, it also manages to build on the original in almost every...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Looks great, then you find out how glitched the game is... 1

I love the characters so purchased and started playing this for some time, even though it is glitchy and has frozen up both our Elite 360 and our Star Wars SE 360. Enough to ignore, since it was a cheap and fun game. Until, that is, I started playing Omaha. The cards, for some reason, do not read correctly. I held 2 pair, King and Ace high, and lost to Ash who held 2 pair, King and 10 high...because it somehow didn't read one of the Aces on the table or in my hand...ok.. So I let that slide. A ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

One Word Review: Shit-faced 0

All of the characters that matter. Poker Night 2 is a lot like going out with the intentions to have the craziest night of one's life...by oneself. Poker Night 2 sounds like fun but, when you roll over in the morning and look at it's glitched out save screen, you will have a few regrets. There are good points to having a crazy night out. But, is it worth that terrible memory that follows you from that day forward.The first part of the night starts out fine. You run into a few friends at a hipste...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Poker Night 2 Review. 0

Telltale Games' Poker Night 2 is the sequel to their 2010 poker release featuring a cast of colorful characters from video games, animation and more. Combining these personalities with the widely popular card game of poker might seem like the perfect combination, yet it proved otherwise with Poker at the Inventory. Whilst it wasn't a bad game of poker, it most certainly wasn't one of the best. Those with poker knowledge picked at it's flaws in regards with A.I and a great deal more. So can Tellt...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Looks great, then you find out how glitched the game is 0

I love the characters so purchased and started playing this for some time, even though it is glitchy and has frozen up both our Elite 360 and our Star Wars SE 360. Enough to ignore, since it was a cheap and fun game. Until, that is, I started playing Omaha. The cards, for some reason, do not read correctly. I held 2 pair, King and Ace high, and lost to Ash who held 2 pair, King and 10 high...because it somehow didn't read one of the Aces on the table or in my hand...ok.. So I let that slide. A ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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