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Just Deal With It!

Rating Summary

Based on 4 critic reviews
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46

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 4, 2018

Publisher: Wired Productions

Genre: Strategy

Just deal with it! on PS4 with play Link delivers a whole new twist on five classic card games. Play poker, Blackjack, crazy eight, rummy and hearts locally or on-line. Team up with friends and family, launch attacks, sabotage the competition, and go all in for the win, in this joyous card game party!. - Play five classic card games on mobile Devices and your PS4 with play Link; poker, blackjack, crazy eight, rummy and hearts - Team up and take down the competition or be cunning and take it all for yourself - Y with 2 - 10 players, in the same room or on-line - Team missions deliver a new Layer to these classic games, collaborate with the rest of the team to complete missions within games - Be the best, climb the leaderboards, and win the big huge Crown of victory!

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Reviews

TheSixthAxis

Steve C
4 / 10
TheSixthAxis

Just Deal With It! is a largely pointless virtual deck of cards that is more likely to annoy than to provide family or group entertainment. The small range of games, the overly wacky presentation and the non-existent online presence makes this an experiment that ultimately fails to improve on the simple pleasures of a deck of cards. I would recommend digging out a deck and buying a book of card games instead.

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Just Deal With It is another disappointing addition to the PlayLink library. The online functionality will certainly be a selling point for some, but as a couch party game it fails to add any major draws that separate it from physical card games. It may do what it says on the tin, but that's about it.

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Just Deal With It is an example of a title that just wasn't planned out well. The inclusion of online play is fine, but it's wasted since there hasn't been an online community to speak of since the game's launch. The forced multiplayer means that there's no real way for players to learn the games on their own, and the use of power-ups feels arbitrary. Unless you want a more expensive way to play these games with friends locally, your best bet would be to check out YouTube tutorials for these games and break out a physical deck of cards.

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Those who enjoy card games like Poker and Rummy will have a fun time with Just Deal With It!

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