Prominence Poker

505 Games, Pipeworks Studio
Aug 16, 2016 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
PlayStation Universe
7 / 10
Push Square
6 / 10
4 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Prominence Poker

Prominence Poker is surprisingly enjoyable as a casual, yet competitive, multiplayer game.

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Prominence Poker's free-to-play approach certainly has its benefits. By restricting the flow of money at your disposal it manages to make you feel each triumph and failure a little more keenly, while also keeping those hopelessly erratic players, with a penchant for going all-in, all the time, from over-running the tables. This makes it an enjoyable way to play poker for anyone who doesn't particularly want to risk their bank balance playing for real money, though the lack of a compelling progression system and underwhelming single player scenarios will more than likely stop you from going all-in.

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Poker has a bit of a chequered history in games; some have done it really well as a mini-game designed to offer only a few hours of fun. And then some games have focused purely on Poker and done a terrible job. Prominence Poker does both. A game primarily based on Texas Hold ‘Em done well and best of all, completely free. And with support ongoing long term, this looks set to be the stand out Poker game for the Xbox One.

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