Full House Poker Review: Innovation for Xbox 360

Krome Studios’ much-anticipated Full House Poker finally made its way onto Xbox Live Arcade yesterday, and that of course means that the first reviews have started to drift in. We thought we’d take a look at a few of the said reviews, just to see what the critics have to say.

Justin Calvert from the website gave the Full House Poker game an overall score of 7.5/10. This reviewer only noted one downside to the game, and that was the fact that the AI players are too quick to go all in. The list of positives on the other hand was quite impressive.

For example, Justin noted that the game has a lot of customization options to unlock, and good tutorials for both the poker and game mechanics. Justin also noted that the player’s success is measured not only by the amount of chips they are holding, but by their experience level as well.

Rick Miller from gave the game a really impressive score of 9.5/10. As Rick noted, the Full House Poker game has loads of cool features. For example, players are able to jump into a table and play in the single-player mode, or jump into a multiplayer game and play with friends.

In the meantime, Richard Bassett from gave the game an overall score of 7.7/10. According to Richard, the single player game is pretty easy to get going and the game provides you with plenty of choices on what and how to play. More options will become available once you start reaching new levels.

Have you played the Full House Poker game yet? If so, what are your first impressions?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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