[PS4] Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ’em Review | PS4Blog.net
eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation have released Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ’em on PlayStation. Learn more in our Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ’em review!
After giving us Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Fantasy World Edition on PlayStation, eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation are back with Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ’em. As was the case for the previous game, you’re going to take on a new poker experience on PlayStation. It’s a casual take on the beloved classic card game. If you’re new to this, each player is dealt two cards face down. After this, players place bets to try to outsmart their opponents by getting the best hand possible. And just like the previous game, for this one you can expect a bit of fan service on the side.
A dealer button rotates in a clockwise manner to signal which player is acting as the dealer. The player to the left of the dealer places a bet called the small blind, with the next player placing a bet called a big blind, which is twice the amount of the small blind. Once a round of betting takes place based on the two cards in each player’s hand, it’s time for the flop. This places three cards in the center of the table, which are now common to all players. After another round of betting, a fourth card it flipped, which is known as the turn. Another round of betting takes place, and then the fifth and final card is presented, which is known as the river. After one final round of betting, it’s time to see which player has the best hand.
These values go as follows. If no one has a pair, then whoever has the highest card wins the hand. After this, the highest pair wins. Following a pair, the value for each hand goes like this: two pair, three of a kind (three cards of the same value), a straight (five cards in order, such as 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), full house (a pair and three of a kind), four of a kind (four cards of the same value), a straight flush (like a straight, but with cards of the same suit), and then a royal flush, which is quite rare, since it requires that you have the 10, J, Q, K, and A of the same suit.
Trophy-wise, Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ’em has a full trophy list, and it’s one that shouldn’t take you more than an hour to complete so that you can have a new Platinum trophy in your collection. The trophies will pop as you play 5, 10, and 15 games, that you win one, two, and three games, and that you play at least one hand against Arisu, Miku, Tera, Marika, Hilda, Yuri, and Ayumi. Since you need to beat the first set of girls to unlock the next group, you’re going to have to at least play a full game against them as you aim to get that new Platinum.
If you liked Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Fantasy World Edition, then you’re going to enjoy Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ’em on PlayStation 4. It’s a very similar experience with a new group of girls, so you know what you’re going to get yourself into. Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Fantasy World Edition is out on PlayStation 4 with a low $5.99 price.
This Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ’em review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by eastasiasoft.