With the range of casino based games available to play on your Nintendo console you need never visit a land-based casino to enjoy a dabble at Blackjack, Roulette or Craps ever again.
A firm favourite with casino fans is World Championship Poker: Deluxe Series. This Nintendo game offers players the opportunity to bring the thrill of Vegas directly to the comfort of their of their own homes, boasting twelve different poker games including Seven-Card Stud, Texas Hold-em and Five-Card Draw in addition to bonus games like video poker and Blackjack. Special features include Quick Play mode, for players who like to add some speed to their gaming, Career Mode with 16 tournaments and four 3D rooms, gather up to six friends and enjoy wireless multi-player and take advantage of the interactive tutorials at hand to guide you through to a winning streak; you will be playing like a high flyer in no time.
Once you think that you have played enough casino games to venture beyond Nintendo, why not try your hand at an online casino like Belle Rock Entertainment? Beginners can start out with the free games on offer so try honing your skills before you start playing for real money. All the casino games found online are fundamentally the same as you would find on Nintendo, only the backdrop and graphics are likely to be different. You will certainly find all the favourites such as Roulette, Blackjack, Poker etc. only this time you can add extra excitement by putting real money into the mix. Online casinos are proving particularly popular due to its ability to offer players sign-up bonuses on deposit and a higher percentage of payouts than land casinos in most cases.
With all of the excitement of your favourite casino games available on Nintendo consoles, online and more recently, through mobile casino, you can enjoy casino at a time and from a place that suits you.
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The video game Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto 5 has gone the odd way, with Twitter hinting on a massive viral marketing to introduce its first impressions to the public. The Epsilon Program seems to be back with a vengeance with viral marketing machines bringing the next Rockstar series to life.
People who are familiar with the tales of the famous video game The Grand Theft Auto series will have memories of the fake religion being introduced in San Andreas in the garb of a parody of Scientology. New links were being added to Twitter accounts based in San Andreas again, as soon as Take Two closed curtains on the conference that failed to present any launching dates for GTAV. The twitter feeds have made hints towards the usage of viral marketing for the upcoming product. Praise Kifflom!!
Though there is hardly any official information on the videogame, the watchers are waiting to see the impact of the ARG-style viral marketing techniques. Morgan August, a resident of Los Santos, San Andreas, has opined that Cris Formage was a genius to have created religion of the video game, in the way he did. The website gives access to the base of religion along with the 12 tenets of Kifflom and much more.
Will GTAV 5 depend on the viral marketing techniques to become as popular as its predecessors? The answer to the above can only be found in time.
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Many developers are now trying to make money by riding the Android wave and gaming is one of their top priorities. GetJar and the Amazon Appstore are already offering software exclusives. Now Exent, a New York based developer has launched the first mobile gaming service available via subscription for the Android platform.
The gaming service, GameTanium Mobile will be offering unlimited access with more than 75 games available for $4.99 a month. Exent already has subscription services up for online gaming which provides gaming platforms for Verizon, T-Mobile and Qwest.
GameTanium will be useful for everyone including the gamers, developers and the carriers. Gamers will find an easy way to play these games which will be selected by the editors and will only feature the best games of the lot. The developers will look to market their apps and earn some revenue off them. The service already includes games like Farm Frenzy, Wave Blazer, Speedx 3D and it is looking to touch 200 games by this year end.
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