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Submitted by MrBT 510d ago | review

Review: Poker Night 2 | Xboxer360

Dave of Xboxer360 writes, "I like to class myself as a fairly good poker player, I play in a league weekly and you can often find me online playing competitively. I have the first Poker Night on the PC and only really gave it a go for the free Team Fortress 2 items that you can acquire in-game, once again Telltale Games have introduced free items in the form of Avatar props and Borderlands 2 unlocks, the question is, is there more to the game than just free items?" (PC, Poker Night 2, PS3, Xbox 360) 40/100

matrixman92  +   510d ago
no multiplayer was a dealbreaker...playing a poker game alone seems like no fun to me
Moncole  +   510d ago
I learned poker from the first one so no tutorial is fine because you already know how to play poker or learn it while playing. And I am playing it because it will be funny.

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