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Betting, bingo, blackjack. Imagine…you are sitting in front of your tuxedo-wearing dealer holding your cards with shows, extravagant statues and bright lights all around you. Yes, you are partying in Sin City right from the couch in your own living room. Vegas Party for the Nintendo Wii puts you right in the center of the Vegas world. It is time to win some money and live your dreams... Read Review

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