Summary: This poker game was done pretty well. I found it to be quite entertaining when I needed to kill some time in an airplane or doctor's office. It plays well, the graphics are decent, and the AI is pretty good. I don't play it extensively, but it does seem like you could get a pretty good track on how the AI players will respond pretty quickly if you play a lot. This might be good or bad depending on if you think this is realistic in real poker. I think it is.
Summary: i've played 2 poker games so far and this IS the better one. the other is howard lederer's piece of crap of a game. i was expecting much better AI with this game but didn't get it. you still have pros going all in KNOWING they're going to hit the river. you still have all players at your table folding when you get A K (or some other solid starting hand) after a modest raise. almost any raise will cause all to fold. but when the NPCs play, they'll call anything pre-flop.
Summary: World Poker Tour for the PSP is really a fun game, to date it's most likely the best poker game for a handheld out there. The graphics are impressive, the audio commentary is really good and the online component is really fun. The only problems I have with the game is 1). There doesn't appear as of yet to be a lot of selection when it comes to selecting on-line tables. 2).
Summary: This is World Poker Tour for the PSP. It is 29.99 and is rated T for teen. Just like the X-Box and PSP versions it has the same good poker players with above average graphics. Also, there are more players (200) than any other version of this game. Also, there are actual poker events that occur in the World Poker Tour. It also has tips and much more. You can create many players and start you rown World Poker Tour season. However, there were a few problems. 1.
Summary: I ordered this game a few months ago because I was going abraod and I wanted to play poker if I wasnt doing anything. I was really suprised with the delivery time. It said it will take about 1 day to dispatch, and then 3 - 5 working days for it to come through my letterbox ..... BUT IT CAME THE NEXT DAY, EARLY IN THE MORNING!
World Poker Tour (PSP): Best poker game on a handheld
8 April 2010
Summary: World Poker Tour is an ideal game for an on the go medium like the PSP, that can be best seen when you compare the PS2 version of this game to it - the PS2 version was an average game that you would not spend much time on. This game however, I played far too much and its because you can literally just pick it up play for 2 minutes or for 2 hours. As for the game itself, its the career mode that is the thing that makes you keep coming back.
Pros: Quick easy fun, gets the adrenaline going, online play
World Poker Tour (PSP): Play Anyone, Anywhere At Poker - Plus, Never Lose A Penny!
19 October 2009
Summary: World Poker Tour is one of the many Poker video games around. Thsi si why you should consider buying it. You start the game by designing yourself. Picking what your player will look like. What his or her name will be. How they will dress. Even what accessories they will wear like sunglasses. There are different play options for solo play. You can select to quickly play a tournament or you can set off on a career mode.
Pros: Good Character Customization Options. Tournaments, Leagues & Career Mode. Fab Online Play.
Summary: World Series of Poker on the Playstation Portable (PSP) is a great game to have if you are about to endure a long arduous journey. Poker has been hyped up in recent years and has reached a big peak in popularity. The game on the PSP provides you the chance to create your own Person and attempt to reach the chance to win the World Series of Poker. You create your own character (e.g. yourself). There are a lot of attributes, clothing and haristyle options.
Pros: Create yourself and compete in a range of poker games in torunament surroundings