Summary: The first Poker Night game is pretty fun, but it is one of those games that didn't need a sequel. However, this isn't really a bad thing. Poker Night 2 was also really fun and I found the characters to often times be more enjoyable in this one than I did with the first one.
Summary: I suppose you can't expect too much from a Poker game designed for a games console, but this in all isn't the best nor the worst. The thing that let it down for me was not having the option for multiplayer; although saying that it would probably be impossible to find an online game anyway as nobody...
Summary: All this wasted potential on a great game WITH NO ONLINE GAMES. WTF WERE THEY THINKING? The game can't be played by yourself forever. The AI have great dialogue but are too predictable. I need to play with real people or I might go crazy talking to Claptrap.
Summary: Like any casual poker game, the quality of Poker Night 2 hinges on the players involved. So when the conversation runs dry during an already boring--and sometimes flawed--game, it's time to fold and go home. The multifarious cast of characters is the immediate draw of Poker Night 2.