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Slots Any NEW games in Vegas

Discussion in 'Slots' started by mazoom, Aug 27, 2012.

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  1. mazoom

    mazoom Low-Roller

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    Will be there late Sept. Are there any new games you have played and liked. Have not been there in a year. Staying at Bally's.
     
  2. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    Have you played the Hangover slots?
     
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    Bungadin Low-Roller

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    Not really "new" just not talked about is Big Split Poker.

    2 years ago I tried to play one of the two machines at Planet Hollywood way in the back (east end). There was a bit of a line and never got to play.
     
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    If you haven't been there in a year then there will be a lot of new games.

    Typically there are around 50-100 new slots released each month, more in the months following the Global Gaming Expo.

    In the course of a year you can expect there to be at least one or two new Monopoly games and one or two new Wizard of Oz games (in this case there should be four new Monopoly titles and two new WoZ since your last visit).

    And to answer "what are the big new games" actually in this case thats a tough one to answer because there have been quite a few big new games out there from all the manufacturer's... so the big new games list would probably be about 20-30 games long.

    The big thing I would suggest is don't limit yourself to just one casino chain or just a couple of casinos since different properties specialize in different games and different manufacturers.

    As examples: NYNY is a great place to find the newest Atronic games, Aria is great for the newest High 5/IGT games, MGM Grand carries a lot of games from smaller independent companies, Harrah's and Planet Hollywood are great places to find the latest WMS machines, Venetian, Palazzo and Bellagio carry a lot of the new Aristocrat machines...

    And that list isn't meant to define a casino, just where they seem to have a lot of the newest games from particular manufacturers. Like Aria seems to really try to get just about everything new from High 5/IGT but they also get the new games from WMS, Aristocrat and all the others... just that you will see a better selection of High 5 games at Aria and you'll see a better selection of Aristocrat games at Bellagio.
     
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