Reviews and Problems with World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions
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Video Game talk
9 November 2006
Conclusion: In the end World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions is a decent poker experience for the PSP but one that has a few flaws. Being unable to fast forward or skip hands when you fold makes for an uneven experience on a portable system. On a console it's a little different but since games really have to be able to be picked up and played on the PSP the lack of this feature is almost glaring.
Excerpt: might be the best-known name in the growing galaxy of poker-related entertainment, and the PSP version of the "home game", as they used to say, brings a challenging and enjoyable game of poker to your handheld, as well as more options for this kind of title then you'd expect.
Conclusion: The problem is that soon the pointlessness of it all looms large in my psyche and I have to seriously question what the heck I’m doing, playing a game on a handheld that I can play on my PC (and actually win real money) for no other reason than I’m hooked on Texas Hold ‘Em – surely the new tobacco. Presumably this is what the PSP version is aimed at; the poker addict who can’t wait for his/her next fix and needs to ‘shoot up’ on the bus/train/plane.
Pros: It’s poker on your PSP, Online on the move
Cons: Awful animation, Long loading times, Repetitive commentary and poor sound, Predictable AI
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