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Caesar's Palace 2000: Millennium Gold Edition does a pretty good job bringing the casino experience to the PlayStation. While some of the games are more intriguing than others, they all represent their real-life counterparts fairly well. The thing that makes the game not as entertaining as a real casino is that money is not exchanged. Then again, this may be a good thing.
This was a really hard game to review. It pretty much does everything it intends to do, so one can't really knock it much for that. However, on the whole scheme of things, there are probably a few hundred other games that I would rather play that are currently available on PlayStation. If these casino games are your cup of tea -- then, by all means, check this game out.
The Video Game Critic
There's some cheesy music and background voices, but you feel very alone playing this game. Everything is menu-driven, so you never see other people or view any scenery. Another complaint is how there's no in-game tutorial, so you'll need to read the manual to learn how to play the games. Caesar's Palace is not my idea of a good time on a Saturday night, but it wouldn't be a bad game to pick up before a trip to Vegas, just to get familiar with the games.