Poker Night 2 is a computer-based poker simulation between an unseen participant (the player) and four characters. Each player starts with the same amount of virtual money, and competes in standard poker rules to try to eliminate all the other players by exhausting their money.
When it was crafted in 1829, poker was primarily a gathering of hardheaded, testosterone-led males who spent hours bantering on and on about their lives, wives and adventures. Spend some time at “The Factory” in Poker Night 2 and you’ll get a much of the same. Whether it’s tales of marriage proposals from The Evil Dead’s Ash Williams, or Claptrap’s views of the world outside of Borderlands and Pandora, it becomes evidently clear that Poker Night 2 is much more than a poker game, yet exactly what poker is at its heart. Poker Night 2 doesn’t spend a considerable amount of time or effort trying to fuse together its predecessor and the sequel. Instead, you’re hurled back into the Inventory as a new player, and met up with the cast that... Read Review