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3 months ago
Played this over the weekend at the Pinball Hall of Fame (in Vegas, coincidentally). I thought it was a pretty decent game. There wasn't anything really "unique" in this title, but it was a fun game to play for a bit. As you would expect, the shots/modes have to do with various Vegas games. The sounds and call outs were good - the usual bells/whistles you expect in Vegas, and of course the game chants "Vegas!" quite often.
2 years ago
This game was designed to have dual ramps and an added level, but it is obvious that these were all taken out very late in the development process to save money. This is very sad, as this cost-cutting venture took away from us a game that could've been special. The color, artwork, and theme are all very good. The sounds on this game are very addicting and just enough to save this game: "You're hot! C'mon sevens! Wiiiinnnner!," as well as sirens, zonks, and other Vegas themed sounds.
5 years ago
Vegas is a very underrated game. Although my pin-head friends turn their nose up at it, the non pinball players gravitate to Vegas. Most pinball players find the easy shots & exploit them but it is much more fun to try & complete all the various tasks on the playfield. Pick one up on the cheap & enjoy it !!
7 years ago
I gave Vegas a few plays at the Rocky Mountain Pinall Showdown a few years ago. I haven't seen it since. One of the "Street Series" games from Gottleib.

The Pros:
A cool around the PF shot that can be a entertaining. Simple rules and a row of drop targets next to a row of standups all facing the same way. The left loop from the right flipper rips around the PF and makes you pay attention to your on the fly flipping.

The Cons:
Eeeety Beeety blue score displays are difficult to read against a bright pink BG. After a few games I walked away and didn't play it again for the weekend of the show.

The Takeaway: Vegas, a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there. A Jon Norris design that makes a few shots quite interesting. Rules were imbalanced, but unfortunately, this is not uncommon for Gottleib decks of this era. The electronic roto unit is an interesting application of an idea. Why couldn't Gottleib let go of of this idea? I mean it works, but it just seems a strange variant of an older technology.
7 years ago
I threw my 50 cents in like putting 50 cents on black and it landed on green, doh!!!
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