게시 일시: 2015년 4월 29일
Short version: 81%
Poker Night is a decent poker game with mediocre AI and a bunch of memorable characters whose banter will keep you entertained for a few hours. Still, if you can, skip it and play the even better sequel.
What can one say about a poker game? The computer deals you cards, and you try to win against a set of pre-determined AI players, that’s it.
As for the skill of the opponents, it’s standard. They don’t cheat, but usually play the check/fold/all in game, making it a bit hard to play against them intelligently; bullying is almost always the best tactic. They aren’t terrible, but you can always tell you are playing against bots.
So, why is this game better than any other poker game? Because of the writing: your opponents are characters from video games (and a comic strip that deals with video games), and they constantly interact with each other in well-written, humorous banter. There are hundreds, if not thousands of lines of dialogue, so it’s hard to get bored.
Still, there is one reason I wouldn’t wholeheartedly recommend this game, one large disadvantage it cannot overcome: a sequel
that is superior in every aspect.