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Slots New Slots where are they all?

Discussion in 'Slots' started by Crazycrue, May 3, 2014.

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  1. Crazycrue

    Crazycrue Low-Roller

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    Hi Everyone:

    Who has the most new slots. I looked on TR's slot finder and its all old stuff does MLife have the newest slots and am I correct in thinking Aria is the place to find them? Share your thoughts.
     
  2. SoCalMon

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    The Quad upgraded their casino floor recently including the new O'Sheas and adding a big giant wheel ride by the casino at the LINQ. That is the only casino I know that was upgraded recently, so I assuming they have a lot of new slots as well. I have not heard about any upgrades anywhere else in Vegas.
     
  3. Crazycrue

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    Thanks SoCalMon I will check it out on Tuesday. It would be nice to try out the new games and see how they fair.

    I want to check out the Linq as well so that will be great.
     
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    For the newest slots, it's easier to find them offstrip. Those casinos usually have way more slots because they devote more floor space to gaming. On the strip, Casino Royale usually has every new progressive on the market. Of the CET joints, Harrah's usually is the place that has stuff the rest don't.
     
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    Walked through MGM back in Feb and they had a HUGE selection of new slot machines.
     
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    You can find new slots in almost every casino, but a few thoughts:

    - Aria is probably the best place to find the new High5/IGT machines
    - NYNY, Tropicana, Bellagio and MGM Grand are the best places to find new machines from Atronic
    - MGM Grand and Venetian are usually best places for new games from Aruze
    - Harrah's, The Quad, Planet Hollywood and Flamingo are the best places to find new games from WMS
    - Venetian is usually the best place for new machines by Konami
    - MGM Grand, Venetian and Tropicana are usually better places to find games from some of the smaller slot manufacturers
    - Aria is usually best place to find new machines by Aristocrat

    For the above: none of this is to say that you aren't going to find new High5 games at a CET property or anything like that, but that these casinos typically have more than most when it comes to new machines by these manufacturers and often have special agreements with manufacturers to carry or get their newest games first.
     
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    Looks like you're staying at Mirage?
    If you walk over to Venetian/Palazzo you'll find quite a few newer
    slots.

    They've got That new Titan machine (It's huge) that a lot of people seem to love.

    Also: Phantom of the Opera, Ferris Bueller, Back to the Future, Iron Man all the newer versions of Monopoly, Family Guy, Michael Jackson
    and many more.

    You can also walk over to Wynn quite easily from the Palazzo and they have a lot of the newer slots like Grease: Pink Ladies. I can hardly wait to try that one. Hope it's still there when we go in June.

    Good luck on your trip. :beer:
     
  8. SoCalMon

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    A lot of good information in this thread - I will be in vegas memorial weekend and it seems like the Venetian is the best place for all the new games based on Auggies reply. I thought because the Quad was upgraded that they would have all new games, but it was not mentioned in anyone else's reply. I am surprised nothing was mentioned about any of the downtown casinos having any new games.

    I only know about the Quad upgrade through this older article http://vitalvegas.com/sneak-peek-osheas-sneak-preview/ Quad also has that new big wheel at the LINQ, but it is expensive (like $30 something I heard). It used to be called Imperial Palace before they closed the casino and upgraded everything. Everything is now open there. When I take the bus uptown from my hotel, I am going to check out the new O'Sheas at the Quad and then head over to the Venetian to check out all the wonderful new games as well as checking out other casinos too.
     
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    Yeah, I am not a big fan of Venetian or their slot club, but they do get lots of new machines and carry a few different (smaller) brands that the others don't always carry.

    I can't say much on The Quad: when it was Imperial Palace they never seemed that big on new slots - usually just bringing in the main games from the big name manufacturers and lots and lots of old games/machines. I haven't been back to Vegas since they became The Quad.

    For Downtown it can be hit or miss. If there is something super hot and new out its likely a couple of casinos on Fremont Street will have it, but otherwise they do get a few new machines in but their bread and butter is all those older machines that they own and have long since been paid for so any money they take in is pure profit. The big advantage of Downtown is how close everything is together so if you go to one place and don't like the games selection its only a short walk across the street or next door to see what the next place has. If I were Downtown and looking for a concentration of newer games I'd check The D, Golden Nugget and Vegas Club.
     
  10. SoCalMon

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    The Quad I know has one new game, the same one that ardee mentioned, the Titan game that you can find at the Venetian and also the Quad. That game you can only find at 2 casinos in Vegas because it is a limited edition release.

    Anyone know if the new willy wonka mechanical reel games are in any of the vegas casinos yet, avatar, or walking dead?
     
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    I've seen Avatar at Palazzo. Walking Dead is in lots of casinos now but I fail to recall at the moment.
    I remember now! Wynn.
    I'm pretty sure Willy Wonka mechanical is at the Cosmopolitan. Possibly many more places by now as this was in mid-March.
     
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    The Cromwell is brand-spanking new, casino is fully open, restaurant/club still waiting to open. I barely looked as I played the tables but my impression was that every slot was brand new. However, refurbished might really be how most casinos get their old standards like Wheel of Fortune, etc.

    But yes to The Quad. They have a Titan 360 and lots of newer machines.

    O'Shea's is now kind of funny: it's really just one big room off the side of The Quad with a door that opens on to the Linq mall (see the flashing bulbs that say 'CASINO'.) They do have live music at night, so the party atmosphere is pretty big; and sports TVs all along both sides. About 10 tables (6:5 blackjack and 5 or six different carnival games) and a Craps table, beer pong seems to be the key game, but there are literally only THREE slot machines. :peace: Why did they bother?
     
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    I'm barely a slot player, but I always see new things when I walk through Bellagio, and Cosmopolitan feels like a good place to find new stuff.
     
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    Newest I usually see are at Venetian/Palazzo, Cosmo, Aria, Bellagio and sometimes MGM.
     
  15. Crazycrue

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    I love Konami games they are my favorite. I will check al these places out particularly the Venetian. I usually get lost in there lol.

    Thanks for all the input. I will let you know what I find and what I win on them.
     
  16. SoCalMon

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    Be careful with titan 360 though because the bonus triggers when it's at certain number of spins. If all 8 players are playing, bonus average is every 6 minutes. If less players, takes longer based on what I have read and observed. My local casino has this game and when less players are playing, bonus goes off less often.
     
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