Poker Night at the Inventory
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
"It may not be the best poker game out there, but it is definitely the funniest." - IGN.com
Prepare for a different kind of poker night in a very different kind of club. In Poker Night at the Inventory, you'll deal with Penny Arcade's clever, cunning Tycho, Team Fortress 2's hulking Heavy, Homestar Runner's self-proclaimed "awesome icon" Strong Bad and the hyperkinetic "rabbity-thing" from Sam & Max. These characters come together in ways some never thought possible, in a setting few would have predicted.
A full-on no-limit Texas hold’em game developed by Telltale in collaboration with Homestar Runner, Penny Arcade and Valve.
Play cards with characters you know and love in an environment where they can drop their guards and be themselves. What’s cooler than hanging out and playing cards with guys like Tycho, Max, Strong Bad and The Heavy?
You don't have to be a great poker player to enjoy Poker Night at the Inventory. If you like jokes and listening to characters tell wild stories, this game is for you.
Discover “The Inventory”, a special speak-easy/bar/venue for game characters and game enthusiasts to come and kick back.
Just for funNeonberry | Dec. 20, 2013 | See all Neonberry's reviews »
If you are a hardcore poker player this game is probably not for you. However if you are a hardcore gamer and would like to play a few fun games with some videogame characters, look no further. Poker Night leads you to the Inventory, a club where videogame characters spend their free time and hang out with each other - and you. The game itself is basic Texas Hold 'em but what makes the experience good is the conversations the other players are having while you play. It has hours of conversation that can be pretty entertaining and has a bunch of unlockables that you can actually use in some other games as well (such as skins). I would recommend the game to anyone who is fine with spending a few quids (or bucks) for a few hours of entertainment and doesn't mind to play some poker to get through it - but keep in mind that the focus of the game is the conversation and not the actual poker.
This cards are weak like BLU baby team!kwadracik | Nov. 13, 2013 | See all kwadracik's reviews »
Do you like poker? If yes, it is the best poker computer game ever. How often can you play poker with Strong Bad, Tycho, Max, and Heavy? Let me answer for you. NEVER. So, let's play poker.
Oh, one thing more. If your enemies run out of cash, they can deposit their valuable items, at the example, Heavy will deposit his minigun, Natasha. If you beat him, you can collect his item. And use it in Team Fortress 2! Go and buy it, now! Best poker for five dollars!
Poker with a comedic twist.SSSlippy | Nov. 3, 2013 | See all SSSlippy's reviews »
The most amount of fun I have had playing poker vs an AI. The dialogue is great however quickly can become repetitive. The collecting of items adds another twist to the game. The mix with TF2 is a nice addition to the game. Overall its offers simple entertaining but could be better.
Fun mini-game, but not recommended for Poker fanaticsBubbaSquare | Oct. 8, 2013 | See all BubbaSquare's reviews »
As a poker game, it works, but it is dreadfully slow and somewhat aggravating when you only want to play the game, but characters have quips and chatter that might ruin your experience. For those who are fans of the characters in-game, and would LOVE to see interaction between them, this game is for you. For those who just want a quick, fun poker game that you can jump into and out of swiftly, this game isn't for you. There are many other poker-playing webistes online, and I'd recommend them over this game as a whole.
Great Poker Game, though repetitiveQwertyfour | Sept. 30, 2013 | See all Qwertyfour's reviews »
The lack of multiplayer is a bit disappointing but this game as a whole is fun for beginners to Poker (me, haha). It teaches players the concept of reading peoples tells which is quite impressive for computer poker, so don't look up guides on Poker Night on what each players tells are. Instead try to figure them out yourself. The greatest part of this is that there are Team Fortress 2 rewards associated with each player. A chance happening is that one of the players forgets his money and throws in a prize item that's associated with one in TF2 to substitute paying money. If you knock that player out, you'll get said TF2 item back.
After playing for a while, you realize that the dialogue is extremely repetitive. It's a great game, just not the best for Poker. If you're new to Poker, you should definitely check this game out then move to something that is a bit more fun or competitive.