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World Series of Poker 2008 Playstation3 Game Activision

World Series of Poker 2008 Playstation3 Game Activision
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May, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of World Series of Poker 2008 Playstation3 Game Activision. The average rating for this product is 2.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Many are negative about the price.


On average, users rate this product 40/100.

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High Stakes on the Vegas Strip on the PS3 online store is much better


After getting this game I bought High Stakes on the Vegas Strip from the PSN. The game is much better and certainly much better value. The games audio sounds like you are in the same room as all the other players when you play online.

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Can't return it. Huge price and it was worse that the last game they did. Major rip off. No audio or video with the online play which makes the online play completely boring

Oct, 2007

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I also think the game is overpriced at $xx, I believe $xx would be more appropiate for this type of game. I probably should of waited and got the pc version thats coming out later this month.

I have been playing this poker game now for over a week and its not bad. It has tons of pros in it that look and sound realistic, it is also a lot harder to beat than the earlier W.S.O.P. games

My only con is online play. There is no communication with other players at all, it would be nice to have some interaction with other players after a bad beat or a suck out. We are humans after all and humans need to express themselves

Oct, 2007