Publicada: 27 Janeiro
Pokernight at the Inventory is perhaps a bit pricey even if it comes in at 5 euro, though one can understand the price. Why do I make this somewhat paradox statement? Well the dialogues are funny and graphics are good (loadtime a bit slow at times though).
However, the lines and dialogues between the characters may be funny, but unfortunately they are either 2 or 3 lines regarding each situation or conversation with another character. This causes you to memorize all these lines rather quickly, up to the point where they might become annoying. Now admittely you can turn the frequency of them up or down, but it doesn't beat the fact that these lines become repetitive. Moreover, there are a few unique scenes (regarding items you can win for TF2), but these never come back. I wouldn't have mind if e.g. the Heavy put his gun up for play a little more often. Also the poker AI for all characters remains the same, with Max doing crazy bets and our D20, D&D, Nerd God, I mean Tycho always plays safe.
I have a little over a dozen hours in this game and I enjoy poker and I have only one poker game. I think that sums it up enough. It is good to pick up and certainly good for a few laughs, but gets stale rather quickly. If I could I would give this game a 'neutral' recommendation.