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Stacked with Daniel Negreanu- PSP

Stacked with Daniel Negreanu- PSP
alaScore 73

9 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Stacked with Daniel Negreanu- PSP. The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Stacked with Daniel Negreanu- PSP is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 73/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Todd Douglass Jr. (

Stacked with Daniel Negreanu


When it comes to poker on the go PSP holders are sorely lacking in the quality department. Recently we had a mediocre entry with World Series of Poker's 2007 installment but it just didn't prove to be as capable as its console brethren. I suppose the...

PSP owners looking for some poker on the go don't have a lot of good options. With WSOP and Stacked on the market both titles offer something that the other doesn't but in the end neither is really worth getting. I was hoping that Stacked for the PSP...

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : David Chapman (

Stacked with Daniel Negreanu


With all the different poker games on the market, playing with a "Stacked" deck could be the best thing going for poker fans.

AI behavior is much better than other poker games'; solid online play

Irritating control issues; lackluster presentation; game resets every time you jump into wireless play

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : Sam Bishop (

[Mini-Review] STACKED with Daniel Negreanu


It's the best portable game of poker out there, but once again that doesn't mean it's great.

The strength of STACKED's AI is what holds the game up. The presentation is lackluster, the audio basic and the character creation severely lacking. Even with all that, this is still the best poker game out there. It's just not a must-have.

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : Daniel "monk" Pelfrey (

Stacked (with Daniel Negreanu)


First off there are some wierd loading times. Wierd in that the various “levels” take a while to load and how each action takes a second or two to register before being acted. Not only does the player's in-game avatar have a slight delay between button...

Good AI variations ; Plenty of tournaments with betting limit variations

Audio ; Shallow presentation ; Only Texas Hold 'Em which is already available everywhere

It's not a bad PSP game of Poker. It's just not that good either.

Oct, 2006

Expert review by : Ben Berry (

Stacked with Daniel Negreanu


Beginners and intermediate Texas Hold ‘Em players will love the custom avatars, multiple unique AI, and the chance to play against digital renditions of poker superstars. Experienced players will want to skip Stacked with Daniel Negreanu and head over...

Aug, 2006

Expert review by : James 'Prophet' Fudge (

STACKED with Daniel Negreanu Revie


The best Texas Hold 'Em game out there for consoles to date. Period.

STACKED is rated T for Teen by the ESRB and is available for the PS2, PSP and Xbox at a suggested retail price of $29.99. For more information about STACKED with Daniel Negreanu, check out . - James Fudge.

Jun, 2006

Consumer review (

In The Beginning, There Was... - Persona


By RPG standards, the Persona franchise exploded onto the scene in 2007 when Persona 3 released, taking advantage of the lack of competition on the PlayStation 2. 2008's follow-up Persona 4 earned even greater appeal and notoriety, and suddenly, what...

They took a disaster of a mid-90's localization and made it fantastic

They forgot to get rid of the annoying maze dungeons, the game just feels archaic

Oct, 2009

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A Classic Finds New Life on the PSP: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona


I had the distinct pleasure of playing Revelations: Persona back when it debuted on the PlayStation. While the game wasn't perfect (in fact, it had a whole lot of issues) it's always remained near and dear to my heart. There were two main reasons ...

Awesome remix of a classic RPG. Material cut from the original has been restored

Nothing major

Sep, 2009