Casino Royale Las Vegas Strip Review
Casino Royale Las Vegas Strip is the latest installment in the Casino Royale franchise. It is a prequel to Casino Royale, which was released in 1997.
Mr. Rentaconda is having problems on his property, with an area of outstanding flooding. During his trip to Las Vegas, he’s invited to the house of an important client. He gets to know his new neighbors well, and meets up with some old ones.
When the main characters are trying to escape the casino, they are chased by an agent, who doesn’t win. At one point, he is seen picking up a woman, while two agents are chasing after him. He is then pursued by a crowd of police officers. On his way out, he picks up a lottery ticket from the street.
The main characters are aware that the lottery won’t win, so they run away. However, there is a fourth group, a group which has been caught in the middle of the whole casino incident, and have been stuck there for hours, as the crowd watches.
Number Two (the man who knows how to play the lottery) then enters and swears that he will win the lottery. However, the people are all still in the casino, and number two thinks that it is his lucky day, as he wins a small amount.
The Casino Royale Las Vegas Strip wasn’t great at being fast paced, as it took the player about three minutes to complete. The game had slow-mo options, as well as lots of choices to make. If you played the game for longer than a few minutes, it would take you longer to get through each scene.
Players were likely to want to move on to the next Casino Royale Vegas Strip scene quickly, because they felt cheated out of the money that they won. The scenes were very reminiscent of those that were in Casino Royale. Of course, not every scene was like this, but there was enough resemblance that I’d be surprised if the makers didn’t start pushing the story line of their other projects into Casino Royale Las Vegas Strip.
It was interesting to see that Casino Royale Las Vegas Strip had more people who didn’t even know the name of the character, than did in Casino Royale. I’m sure this will increase when the film is out in theatres, as more people discover that Mr. Rentaconda is a character in the film. I’m looking forward to playing the game and seeing how it plays.