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World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the multi player mode and story are overall positive. The reliability and graphics are also appreciated, but there are some critical opinions about the controls and AI.

graphics, reliability, story, multi player

single player, AI, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

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World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions

 

I almost feel bad for publisher Activision for releasing a poker title on the 360 after the free Texas Hold 'em that was put up on the arcade. Sure it was only free for 48 hours, but after someone obtained that game what reason would there be to fork...

Conclusion:At $40, this game is 4x the cost of the XBLA version of poker, and even though here you get access to some cool features like actual characters sitting in chairs and the surprisingly well done digimask feature, I'd be hard pressed to...

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WSOP: Tournament of Champions Review

 

With only a barebones competitor you would think that World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions would run the table with Xbox Live's Texas Hold 'Em. Sadly this isn't the case.

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World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions Review (Xbox 360)

 

Poker video games thrive on offering players as much poker as possible, not necessarily good poker (good as in the level of competition, not in how it’s portrayed). Certainly, WSoP: ToC is a solid game from that standpoint. The next step that game...

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World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions

 

Ever since amateur poker player Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker in 2003, poker's popularity has skyrocketed. You can't channel surf these days without coming across one poker tournament or another; online poker sites are popping up like...

World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions is better than last year's edition, but there's still a lot of room for improvement. It's great that the developers were able to secure the all-star poker talent they did, but for the most part they...

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World Series Poker:Tournament of Champs

 

Building on last year's most successful poker title and the number one brand in poker, World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions takes a story-based approach. Take a seat next to Chris "Jesus" Ferguson as his protege, a new professional poker...

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World Series of Poker- Xbox 360

 

And so sits the challenge presented to WorldSeries of Poker: Tournament of Champions (WSoP:ToC). It arrives on the 360 in the wake of the LiveArcade hit Texas Hold 'em, which was launchedwith an initial no-charge window, before settlingdown at a price...

The problem facing anyone looking tolaunch a poker game onto the 360 is thefact that they've been beaten to the punch. Notonly that, they've been beaten to the punch by astrong competitor that many would have, quitelegally, picked up for free

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World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions (Xbox 360) review

 

It'll make do until Global Bridge Play-Off: Stadium Of Winners

While poker doesn't give a great deal of room for manoeuvre, there's a lot of meat here for fans to chomp through. It's just a shame the Marketplace version steals its thunder.

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Mediocre game overall.

 

Ok, I know that this game has been out for a long time but here's my opinion on it. This game brought me a lot of fun but in a very specific way. Campaign The one player experience is horrid. It has a hotswap system that is different and it ...

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The basis of which all multiplayer games should be built upon

 

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is an outstanding game. I will only review the multiplayer, as the single player is pretty much average across the board for first person shooters. The multiplayer, however, is the best console gaming experience I've had ...

Too many to list! weapons, teamplay, graphics, and more

Single player leaves much to be desired, lobby doesn't always work

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Battlefield is an enjoyable experience, but with flaws

 

First off, I will mention that I have never played the PC version of any Battlefield game. Based on the opinions I have heard (*all* positive), I would recommend you play on the PC if you can. The requirements can be pretty high. THis is the main ...

Better graphics, easier to get into individual games

clan servers not great, controls different from Xbox version

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