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SNESGame Informer Magazine
The game features 12 casino games, including Poker, Craps, Horse Racing, and Blackjack. The variety of games, sharp graphics, inclusion of more obscure games like Red Dog, and easy-to-use interface make Caesar's Palace a sure bet.
SNESThe Video Game Critic
The controls are simple - you just move a floating hand around to place bets or press buttons. I found this game easy to get into and quite entertaining. Now for the complaints. When you begin play you must register for an ATM account used to keep track of your money. There's nothing wrong with that, except having to copy down that huge password! Also, I think the game would have been far more realistic and immersive if they had some more patrons in the casino. Otherwise, this is one of the better gambling titles I've played.
SNESVideo Games & Computer Entertainment
For those who are into gambling, this is probably a very rad game. But I'm not into gambling without some real dough on the table. It's good that you have to become a high roller to go into certain areas. And it's also cool that you can bet on horse races.
Caesar's Palace is basically the same game on the Genesis. You can wander around, but no characters. And the controls are aweful. Playing the games is slow, and it's easy to make mistakes with the controls.