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    As much as a Looney Toon Poker Night would be intriguing, wouldn't it just be exactly the same game? And wouldn't an all-WB-cast be a bit boring?

    ...all right, they could put Casablanca characters on the table. I want to play poker with Bogey.

    I'd rather this was just a typo. Just "something" at the inventory, not necessarily poker.
  • It's possible the writer of the article meant Fables (which is coming in 2013, and developed in partnership with Warner Bros.), but ended up putting Poker Night there by mistake.

    I'd love if we got a sequel, though.
  • Strangely enough, I'm rather interested in an expansion that pits Bugs, Yosemite Sam, Elmer, and Daffy against the player similar to that to the original crew.

    I can see Sam trying to peak at Bugs' cards, but an ear smacks him away. I can see Sam loosing horribly, only to draw his guns... and get tossed out for the end of the round. I can see Daffy loosing... and saying "You're des-pick-able" before storming off. I can see Bugs and Elmer being gentlemanly about loosing.
  • Maybe it will Scooby-Doo and Shaggy or maybe Fred Flintstone or the Banana Splits.
  • Weren't we hinted with a sequel with "Murder at the Inventory"?
  • Lucoshi;744548 said:
    Maybe it will Scooby-Doo and Shaggy or maybe Fred Flintstone or the Banana Splits.
    Hanna-Barbera theme? Fred Flintstone, Shaggy, Huckleberry Hound, and Jose (from Jose and the Pussycats).
  • Lucoshi;744548 said:
    Maybe it will Scooby-Doo and Shaggy or maybe Fred Flintstone or the Banana Splits.
    It will be poker night with Shaggy and Scooby-Doo must.
  • As long as there is promos for TF2 ill be happy.
  • aaron1290;752471 said:
    As long as there is promos for TF2 ill be happy.
    Considering most of Poker Night's sales came from TF2 fans, there'd pretty much have to be. :rolleyes:
  • You know, Warner Bros owns DC comics. Can anyone say Joker night at the Inventory?

    I'm terrible, I know.

    Seriously, though, I'm still waiting for murder night. Think of all the cool cartoon detectives WB has. Batman, Mystery Inc., uh.... others...

    Okay, maybe I'm still being silly, I didn't get a lot of sleep last night.
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