Caesars Palace - PlayStation

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Caesars Palace (PlayStation)
Also for: PC, Dreamcast, Game Boy, Sega Megadrive, Game Gear, NES
Viewed: 2D Combination Genre:
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Beam Software Soft. Co.: Melbourne House
Publishers: Interplay (GB/US/JP)
Released: 26 May 2000 (GB)
Unknown (US/JP)
Ratings: 3+


Caesar’s Palace for the PlayStation is your chance to experience all of the highs and lows of gambling without losing a real penny. If you have ever fancied going to a casino, this game will give a good idea of what to expect. Plus, you will be able to perfect your tactics and develop a ‘winning’ strategy.

In Caesar’s Palace, you can play card games, table games, slot machines, and video games. The card games are Blackjack, Spanish 21, Mini Baccarat, Red Dog, Pai Gow Poker or Casino War. There are enough variations in the rules to keep you interested and learning the games is interesting.

The table games consist of Craps and Roulette. In Craps, you bet on the combined total number of two dice and in Roulette you must bet on the number you think the ball will stop on. There are so many different betting options that offer you various odds that it is good to experiment with an assortment of combinations

The slot machines are very basic, but you have five different choices available to you. The video games in Caesar’s Palace are electronic versions of different types of poker. Winning hands like three of a kind or straights will win big. If you are really lucky, a Royal Flush will earn you a virtual $4000.

When gambling for real stakes, it is important to remember that the only one to win is the house. Even if you win in the short term, chances are you will wind up empty handed. So, let's stay home, stay in pocket, and if you win the next hand, I'll make the supper.