Excerpt: Vegas Party. Now that sounds like a fun name for a game. Parties are fun. Vegas is fun. So Vegas Party must be fun, right? No. Oh no, no, no. This combination of casino mini games and a board game ala Mario Party is about as far from fun as Vegas is from Darfur.
Excerpt: In the late 1990′s, one video game console established itself as the king of local multiplayer. Amazing games like Goldeneye: 007 and Mario Kart kept players glued to the couches, bean bags, folding chairs, beds, and generally anything else that could be dragged in front of the Nintendo 64. In December of 1998, Mario Party was released on the system, and party based video games came to be defined for over a decade now.
Summary: Vegas Party features nonstop action for up to four players and uses modified rules of many casino gaming favorites to send players on an irreverent excursion through an extremely humorous cliché of Sin City.