Summary: Poker Night at the Inventory 2 is about more than just being a poker game. It tries to capture the most important part of poker: sitting around with you friends and chatting away the evening. Poker Night also does something different; it simulates bad poker players, which is part of the charm and fun. Joining you at The Inventory this time around are Brock Samson from Venture Bros.
Excerpt: It's not an uncommon thing to stave away from poker simulators because a lot of them can tend toward being boring or frustrating. Thankfully, Poker Night 2 isn't just a poker simulator since it has assembled one of the more motley and unlikely card playing casts since, well, the last Poker Night game. The main attraction of Poker Night 2 is the cast of opposing AI characters: Brock Samson from Venture Bros.
Excerpt: Did you know? Texas Hold’em Poker was an alternative form of poker that was invented in response to a poker dealers’ strike. The dealers were complaining of repetitive strain injuries from too much dealing in the traditional five card draw, so Hold’em was introduced as a solution to reduce the number of cards the dealers had to deal. That interesting anecdote is pretty much the sum total of useful knowledge that I gained from playing Poker Night 2.