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Poker Night is single-player?

posted by Vadko-ubivadko on - last edited - Viewed by 248 users

I checked out my steam and saw that its single-player game.
Why not to make also multi-player, where players use thouse 4 chars?

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  • A multiplayer sequel to Poker Night would be great. Things like buttons for each player to activate an "angry" line, a "story" line, a "boast" line, or a "my hand sucks" line, etc. I do think that it could work and increase the longevity of the game. It's just not something they've done for this one and they can't just tack it on(at least, I don't think they can), but I don't think it's silly or wrong to want to see it at all.

  • I suppose if you really wanted to play with friends as these characters, you could call them over to your house and cosplay as each character.

    Only if you get desperate, though.

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    In all honesty, I'm glad that this game is single-player. The multiplayer would probably add needless swearing and vulgar language (Excluding Tycho of course). Not to mention it would kill the atmosphere of playing with these 4 characters.

    We need more single-player and Local Multiplayer games nowadays!

  • Its being advertised as a casual Poker game.... with friends. What's wrong with that your friends are Max, Strong Bad, Heavy, and Tycho?

  • @Vadko-ubivadko said: Oh.
    I think there will be more fun if there also was multiplayer.
    Longer fun.

    Yeah, but the game has more dialog then a Sam and Max episode.

    That makes the game longer.

    Longer fun.

    See, the game isn't about playing with friends, it's about having a nice poker game with your favorite fictional gaming pals.

  • instead of a person, you have trashtalking maniacs. I find that more fun then some regular person.

  • Technically playing with a regular person is the same as playing with a trashtalking maniac. At least, that's true of XBox Live. The difference is that Poker Night is far less annoying.

  • @NameOfUser said: Technically playing with a regular person is the same as playing with a trashtalking maniac. At least, that's true of XBox Live. The difference is that Poker Night is far less annoying.


    At least with Poker Night you know that don't act like that outside the Inventory. Xbox Live..... let's just say the recesses of humanity are attracted to for some reason.

  • Penny Arcade outlined it so aptly: G.I.F.T., a.k.a. "Greater Internet F***wad Theory". Average person + anonymity + audience = asshole.

  • @Moob22 said: At least with Poker Night you know that don't act like that outside the Inventory. Xbox Live..... let's just say the recesses of humanity are attracted to for some reason.

    This is exactly why I love having family settings on Xbox LIVE. Everybody is automatically muted unless they're my friends. I only have to deal with the one living in my house. :p

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