Vegas Dream

vegas dream

Under the vibrant lights of the Vegas Strip, the tiny offering of hope at winning big empties, as it feeds the peoples common desire of having more. More money, more luxury… or maybe more Nintendo games. If u are looking for more games I’ve got one that can give you the thrill of gambling in Las Vegas without the worry of losing even a dime. The game is Vegas Dream for the NES.

Vegas Dream

Vegas Dream features multiple game modes such as slot machines, Black Jack, Roulette, and even Keno (if you didn’t get enough of playing that in the bar). But what makes this game stand apart from the rest is the added scenarios that happen at random… say an unfamiliar woman offers to watch a show with you. Maybe her intentions are good, or maybe she wants to steal your wallet and throw your money all over the Black Jack table. Throughout the game you will make choices during scenarios just like this, and they will have a heavy impact on the fate of your chips.

Vegas Dream will satisfy the needs of anyone unwilling to leave their home or lay real money on the line in order to get their gambling fix. I give this game a solid 8 out of 10 based on its genre, and I have never played a more enjoyable NES casino game. Give this one a try if you’re feeling lucky and if your luck runs out just remember… its always nice to have a reset button when your cash is on the line.

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Derek Heinbokel

Derek Heinbokel was born in Owosso Michigan in 1988, and by the early 90s began playing video games on a regular basis. Growing up in the 90s the premier video game systems he owned were the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the Super Nintendo. Having played many of the current systems he still considers the NES a favorite. Some of most loved NES games in his collection include Batman, Rad Racer, Pinball Quest, Castlevania, and River City Ransom. Derek currently resides in Adrian Michigan where he continues to review and play video games of a wide variety. To him gaming is just a part of life, as it is to many.