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  • Summary: [Playstation Network] It's not whether you win or lose … it's about how far you can bend the rules without getting caught. In Texas Cheat 'Em, that's pretty darn far. Play casino-themed mini-games to activate one of 15 cheating abilities—then make your own luck. Turn a bad hand into a sure[Playstation Network] It's not whether you win or lose … it's about how far you can bend the rules without getting caught. In Texas Cheat 'Em, that's pretty darn far. Play casino-themed mini-games to activate one of 15 cheating abilities—then make your own luck. Turn a bad hand into a sure thing. Send your opponent's Royal Flush right down the drain. Steal chips, fold for free, or know the community cards in advance. Cheat strangers out of their fortunes over Playstation Network before they do it to you. Remember: glory is forever, but broke is only funny when it happens to someone else. [Wideload Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. All in all, Texas Cheat 'Em plays fine, and the cheating aspect is handled really well.
  2. Cheating makes for a strong improvement on an already solid card game.
  3. It would be a better buy at half the price but at $9.99, it’s worth it if you’re a Texas Hold ‘Em fan.
  4. Texas Cheat ‘Em does a good job of offering a novel twist on the typical poker formula but suffers from a lack of players to make this is worthy purchase for the added value of multiplayer.
  5. 60
    Cheat 'Em is not pretty, and this is a game best viewed through a haze of smoke, sunglasses, peeking out from under the brim of your visor.
  6. This is a textbook case of lackluster presentation and a clear sign of a lack of effort dragging down what would otherwise be a very solid game.
  7. At the very least Texas Cheat 'Em does a good job of offering something new to an already saturated market.

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  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
  1. Jul 2, 2011
    1
    To play the game, you perform mini-games to exchange or alter cards in your hand, or to hinder other players. Unfortunately, this is a gameTo play the game, you perform mini-games to exchange or alter cards in your hand, or to hinder other players. Unfortunately, this is a game with no target audience. A casual gamer who wants a fun card game will be frustrated by the lack of actual poker, while a core gamer will quickly be bored by the repetitive nature of the constant mini-games. Expand