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Monopoly Casino Vegas Edition - PC

by Atari
Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 95
Rated: Everyone
3.1 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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Monopoly Casino Vegas Edition is the next generation in the Monopoly Casino family. Vegas Edition is a complete casino simulation that features a variety of classic gaming experiences, including blackjack, craps, roulette, and keno, all in an amazing 3-D world. Players will feel like they're standing in front of their favorite gaming tables. It's real Vegas excitement for people who love to wheel and deal, go for broke, and win big. Monopoly Casino Vegas Edition features 14 all-new slot machines, more than 40 popular casino games in 270 variations, tips, hints, and incredible 3-D graphics.

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  • ASIN: B00005JD6P
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 3, 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,305 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I bought this game hoping for some good slots, a good Sic-Bo game, and a realistic Bingo simulation. I'm not at all disappointed. Here's the rundown of how I rate this game compared to the first Monopoly Casino and other casino software (I have lots of it, believe me!)
Pai-Gow poker: Same as on most casino simulations. Good play, fast dealing, easy to understand bet amounts and current totals.
Sic-bo: Excellent! Nice game, fast paced, well done board and action. Has a re-bet button so you don't have to place your bet over and over if you don't want to. The only gripe about this game is that you can't easily tell how much you won per payout. It just adds it to your score. I would have liked something that said "You win XX credits!"
Keno: If you like Keno, you'll love this. It's just like the paper version of Keno. You mark your spots, tell it how many games to play and how much to bet, and let it do it's thing. You cannot do any fancy betting here, though. Just straight Keno- pick between 1 and 10 numbers, period. (some Keno games allow you different picking options)
Progressive Video Poker: An interesting twist. Just like regular Vid Poker except a natural Royal Flush pays out a progressive jackpot. There are 4 Progressive Vid Poker games, all very similar in design with different wild cards, etc. I enjoyed playing this- the cards are dealt at a good pace (a little slow, but I prefer it that way.)
Poker: lot of Poker. I haven't played them all, but there is Texas Hold 'em, Omaha Hold 'em, Omaha Hold 'em Hi-Lo, 7 Card Stud, 7 Card Stud Hi-Lo, and 7 Card Stud low. I tried out 7 card stud just to see how it ran. Slow dealing, and you can't lower the number of opponents like on other games. Fast betting, though.
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I went ahead and got this game with anticipation. I was a little disappointed with the first Monopoly Casino game, but what the heck, right? I was hoping that this game would include some of the newer WMS Monopoly games out in casinos (the first one included Once Around, Chairman of the Board and Reel Estate). I was disappointed again. Although the reel slots are much better than the first Casino, they didn't include any real video multiline games (like Movers and Shakers or the new Money Grab), and they still did not include the 3 reel Advance to Boardwalk machine. I'm still waiting. The graphics are an improvement, and the addition of Sic Bo is really a nice touch. I did enjoy the Direct Hit slot, and if it were a real casino slot, I would play it. One other missing link: in the casino versions, the bonus trigger symbol or multiplier animates or has a sound when it hits an active payline. That is missing from both PC versions. Overall, I would say this game is better than the first, but c'mon guys. Let's put out casino games with REAL casino machines. It makes it so much better. Here's an idea: Let us download some updates that would include these. Let me know what you think...until then, see ya in Vegas!
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I was headed to Las Vegas to go to the Global Gaming Expo when I found "Monopoly Casino: Vegas Edition" was released. So, instead of buying it, I decided I'd go to G2E and see the newest Monopoly slot machines, and then, when I returned and bought the software, I could compare the play to the original. (...)
The slot machines in this program are a grave disappointment over the original version (Monopoly Casino), for the first has sixteen normal slot machines and then three official WME Monopoly slot machines, including "Once Around," "Chairman of the Board," and "Reel Estate." The new program does not have any WME slot machines, only nine typical slot machines and three video slots, none of which are professional enough to be authentically used in Vegas.
The "Vegas Edition" did fix the poker room to reflect the current trend in double blinds instead of ante. It also added a BINGO game, to which my wife is addicted.
Overall, the game is playable and nice, but it might have been more appropriate to name this "Indian Casino" instead of "Vegas Edition."(...)
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This game was a birthday gift for a slot-addict friend who likes playing the Monopoly-themed slots in the casinos. Infogrames already released an earlier version of Monopoly Casino, but I never bought it because a lot of reviewers were complaining the slots were not accurate representations of the casino slots. I figured the complaints would be addressed in this new version. Instead, Infogrames went the opposite direction and completely eliminated the casino slots from the release. Because of this, my gut reaction was to give this game one star and trash on it - how can you not include actual Monopoly slots in a "Vegas Edition" of Monopoly Casino? But I'll be fair because there are a few well-done games included in the package (as well as some other major blunders.)
The game installs easy enough but there's no option to run the game from the CD so it takes up about 90MB of hard drive space. I've played all the games and haven't run into any system crashes, so the beta testers get a thumbs-up. The 55 page manual is small, but adequate - giving you enough basic information to be able to play the games, but not necessarily the strategies needed to play the games well. The Infogrames marketing department was working overtime with such catchy phrases as "Ultra Realistic Casino Floor!" (just one simple screen you click on to go from one gaming area to the next) and "Over 245 Popular Game Variations Guarantee the Fun Will Never End!" (which basically means you can set the same 12 slot machines to nickel machines, quarter machines, or whatever - - whoopie!) The graphics and sound effects are sharp with probably the best looking tables and slots I've seen in a casino game.
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