New Slot Machines You'll Soon Play in Las Vegas

Posted by VEGASGIANT on Oct 31, 2017 10:19:59 AM

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The annual Global Gaming Expo always offers a fun preview of the new slot machines making their way to casino floors. Here's a look at the ones that gathered the most attention during the annual industry showcase at the Sands Expo and Convention Center this year.

James Bond

Scientific Games is putting together a series of slot machines based on James Bond films Goldfinger, Diamonds are Forever and Casino Royale. The games feature clips from the actual movies. This could be just the tip of the iceberg. Scientific Games has secured rights to incorporate all 007 films into its games, including future releases.

Madonna

Slot machines are on their way from Aristocrat, featuring music and imagery from one of the most successful pop stars in history. As players cash in, they can enjoy clips of Madonna's iconic music videos playing overhead.

Westworld

As one of the most talked about shows on HBO, Westworld has a rapidly growing army of loyal fans. While patiently waiting for Season 2, gamers can check out slot machines from Aristocrat based on the science fiction drama.

Steve Aoki

Electronic Dance Music mega-star Steve Aoki is proving that DJs can have their own slot machines too. Designed in partnership with GameCo, Steve Aoki's Neon Dream is a skill-based game in which players navigate through a colorful on-screen world. It offers a chance to enhance your score and enhance your earnings - without relying purely on luck. 

From Dusk till Dawn 

Robert Rodriguez's science fiction crime thriller comes to life with new slot machines based on the film, which has proven to be a cult favorite since its release 20 years ago. Produced by Novomatic, the machines feature star George Clooney.

Ghostbusters

With Ghostbusters 4D, players can take part in a truly interactive experience while gambling. Take a seat and enjoy 3D animation without the need for glasses. You'll feel your chair rumble, gusts of wind and even a light sensation when pointing or gesturing at the screen - which you can do to control parts of the game.

Pac-Man

The iconic video game has been reinvented for gamblers. Pac-Man Battle Casino is a tabletop version of Pac-Man that can welcome up to four players at a time. Place a wager to play and if you win, collect a jackpot that's chosen at random. Produced in partnership between Gamblit Gaming and Bandai Namco, Pac-Man Battle Casino shows that gamblers are eager for games based on skill as well as luck. 

 

As you can see, casinos are becoming more exciting than ever as your favorite stars and characters come to life on the latest gaming machines. Contact VegasGiant today and learn why Las Vegas is the perfect city for mixing gambling and entertainment. Just call 702-476-0001.

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