Super Blackjack Battle II Turbo Edition: The Card Warriors Image
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  • Summary: Following an invitation by the owner of the largest Casino in Las Vegas and Godfather of the local most influential crime family, each character will face the other participants in a face off game of cards. Only the best of them will fly to Vegas to challenge the Godfather himself in a finalFollowing an invitation by the owner of the largest Casino in Las Vegas and Godfather of the local most influential crime family, each character will face the other participants in a face off game of cards. Only the best of them will fly to Vegas to challenge the Godfather himself in a final match, not knowing that the tournament itself is nothing more than a charade to hide a ruthless master plan to defeat the competing clan family... Expand
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  1. 55
    Blackjack is a timeless classic, but when it comes to its virtual representation, it generally doesn’t offer enough to keep things interesting with nothing on the line. I thought Super Blackjack Battle II Turbo Edition - The Card Warriors had the potential to spice things up to add longevity, but sadly it failed to do so. With poor AI and no online play, the only truly redeeming factor are the visuals and superb soundtrack. However that just isn’t enough to keep your attention for more than a few hands.
  2. 40
    The main flaw of Super Blackjack Battle II is that a coat of paint, no matter how well made, can’t give depth to an ultimately shallow experience. Even with its four player multiplayer mode, this game is just a blackjack table – and one which is a little worse than just buying a pack of cards and playing in real life.
  3. Oct 24, 2018
    30
    Super Black Jack II Turbo Edition is a blackjack game under the guise of a tribute to the Street Fighter series. If this unusual conjugation could be overlooked in the case of a good game, the truth is this is a game that not only sets a low threshold but it doesn't even reach it. Beyond the nice visuals and enjoyable sound environment, the challenge level is lacking, there is no online component that could add a little extra and this is simply not a compelling and alluring experience.
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  1. Apr 29, 2020
    6
    Decent enough blackjack game. For 6.99$ that's worth it if you like blackjack a lot.
  2. Aug 16, 2018
    1
    This game is trash. Worst blackjack game I have ever played. Whoever made it doesn't seem to understand how the game is supposed to be played,This game is trash. Worst blackjack game I have ever played. Whoever made it doesn't seem to understand how the game is supposed to be played, and the computer gets ridiculously lucky while you get ridiculously unlucky. Just bet the minimum the entire time and hope the computer makes a really stupidly big bet that they lose, that is essentially how this game is played. Expand