If the actual simulation was perfect, efficient, and full-featured, this game could be enjoyable, as the dialogue can be tweaked in the menu. As it is, the game is vanilla in its poker simulation, repetitive, and after a while grating due to the sheer annoyance of waiting for you turn while hearing the same dialogue over the course of a few rounds. Poker Night at the Inventory is a bargain-priced game at five dollars, but if a game is annoying and not fun to play, who cares how cheap it is? This is a failed opportunity from Telltale and one I hope they learn from. Poker Night at the Inventory can be found via Steam and the Telltale Games website.
Poker Night at the Inventory is rated RP (Rating Pending) by the ESRB.