OK, so when I review games like this the creep factor always tends to come into play and I almost feel guilty for checking them out, but that's what I'm here to do so here goes. Rather than the conceit being a puzzle game of some sort or a shooter as the means to ogle anime art, in this case the base game happens to be Texas Hold'em and I suppose while there's nothing wrong with the play here, it's also pretty bare bones and your opponents don't tend to be too bright, or even remotely aggressive on the whole... if you want to keep things moving you'll definitely need to be the one raising the stakes. The thing is, pairing with the "Just OK" card playing, what baffles me the most is that compared to its brethren in this space the pace of seeing the anime art people tend to get them for is sloooooooow. This makes for a somewhat weak hand, with the gameplay being lukewarm and the ogling intermittent at best. If that sounds like a plan, it is what it promises, just among its ilk it's not terribly satisfying in any direction.
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