“World Series of Poker: Full House Pro” Game Comes to Xbox 360 and Windows 8
Last updated: January 16, 2013 at 3:46 pm. Posted by Las Vegas Blog Staff in Gaming, Las Vegas Casinos, Rio Las Vegas. Comments Off on “World Series of Poker: Full House Pro” Game Comes to Xbox 360 and Windows 8.
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A new video game, “World Series of Poker: Full House Pro,” based on the world’s most recognizable poker tournament, will come to Xbox 360 and Windows 8 in spring 2013.
The new game is touted as “the most visually-stunning digital poker game on the market.”
The World Series of Poker, of course, happens each year at Rio Las Vegas. The most recent winner, 24-year-old Greg Merson, won $8.5 million of real-world money. (The video game version is “for amusement purposes only,” of course. The good news: At least you won’t have to deal with the IRS.)
Here’s a preview of the new “World Series of Poker: Full House Pro” game, in all its chip-flippin’ glory.
“World Series of Poker: Full House Pro” expands upon the popular Xbox Live Arcade hit, “Full House Poker.” Players can build their bankrolls and compete against opponents from around the world, creating their own chip tricks and playing against backdrops inspired by real-world casinos in Las Vegas and elsewhere. Yes, in one part of the video, participants are even playing in The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Hey, it could happen!
The game will feature a single-player mode, single-table games and full-blown tournaments. To give the game an added element of realism, “World Series of Poker on ESPN” announcers Lon McEachern and Norman Chad provide the play commentary.
Get more details at the official World Series of Poker site.