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So, why will this game stay in my rotation? Simple. I will keep playing this game for the sole reason that you can play up to 5 person multiplayer with just one game card. You can’t use the Wi-Fi connection (I can’t wait until the first DS Hold ‘Em game comes out that does), but if you have a few friends who own a DS, you can all play cards together, without having to shuffle after each hand. The single card multi-player is exactly the kind of thing that will make a casino game worth playing- but for $29.99, some people may not think it’s worth it. If you have a few friends who have a DS who like to play, you’ll probably get your money’s worth, but you may want to hold out for the first casino game to come out that uses the Wi-Fi connection.
Der Nintendo DS hat mit dem Dual Screen und dem Touch Screen die besten Voraussetzungen für ein Casino Spiel. Mit elf unterschiedlichen Spielen und der konsequenten Ausnutzung der beiden Top Features des NDS ist die Basis für eine gute Casino Simulation also gegeben. Ob dies nun aber wirklich spielenswert ist lesen Sie in diesem Review.
In diversen Glücksspielen zeigt ihr, wie gut ihr bluffen und zocken könnt, um am Ende Millionär zu werden. Anfangs stehen euch nur fünf Spiele zur Verfügung: Black Jack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat und Texas Hold'em Poker. Doch Reichtum in Form von Dollars bringt zusätzlich noch Keno, Video Poker, 7 Card Stuck und Chuck A Luck zum Vorschein. Ebenso werdet ihr bei entsprechendem Budget zu Räumen mit höheren Einsätzen zugelassen.
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Sega Casino doesn’t make gambling terribly exciting with flashy graphics or sound effects, but it does present solid representations of a number of popular table games, all intuitively playable thanks to the stylus. The AI opponents may not provide a terribly great amount of challenge, but that only affects a few games, and for those there’s always multiplayer.
SEGA Casino is an average entry in the DS lineup. The game extends its life by making you play and gain lots of money to unlock everything it has to offer. The graphics and sounds are too simplistic, and the lack of a casino atmosphere is readily apparent. The only real saving grace of this title is the multiplayer mode, but even that is lacking in that you can't play roulette or other games of pure chance with your friends. With some more polish and atmosphere, SEGA Casino could have been a great game, but as it stands, it's just average.
Sega Casino is neither spectacular nor particularly bad. There just isn't much substance to it. It's enjoyable in brief bursts, though, particularly if you enjoy odds-based games like blackjack, craps, and video poker.
Sega Casino doesn’t really feel like a casino, nor does it feel like a Sega game. It’s a very generic, very unenergetic gambling compilation that’s definitely playable, but it certainly will win no awards for an impressive presentation. It’s extremely minimal. Playable and challenging, but way too blah.
Sega Casino just feels so bare-bones that it's not really worth a purchase unless you're really hard up for some gambling action on your DS. It needs more games, more multiplayer games, and a single-system multiplayer mode to make it truly worthwhile. Otherwise, as mentioned before, simply buying a deck of cards and finding a few friends is a much more entertaining experience.
Seul représentant de son espèce sur le territoire de la DS, SEGA Casino n'en est pas moins un petit jeu sans grande ambition qui semble plus enclin à profiter de cette "aubaine" que de donner matière au parieur invétéré qui sommeille en vous. Agréable le temps de quelques parties, pratique pour se familiariser avec cet univers, ce jeu pêche malgré tout par un manque de convivialité aussi bien pour ce qui est du Multijoueur que des tutoriaux un tantinet trop textuels.
If you’ve never been to Las Vegas or a casino for that matter, and this was your first exposure to them in any way, you’d probably think they were like libraries with big money payoffs. Sega Casino is okay for what it is, but in no way does it capture the atmosphere or excitement of being in an actual casino. Picking up Sega Casino is the only real gamble, so here’s a hot tip: Pass on this game because it just doesn’t live up to the real thing.
Despite being two-thirds the price of most DS games, it's still not worth it. You'd be far better off having a wash and going to a friend's house for an unfriendly, loud, fight-inducing game of poker, where at least everything can descend into betting on Mousetrap.
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