3 Video Games You Want to Play When You’re in Vegas for a Bachelor Party

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Las Vegas is the gambling capital of the world, famous for the Las Vegas Strip, which is home to the biggest and grandest casinos. When people think of Vegas, they imagine glitz, glamour, excitement, and all-night action.

Considering the position of Las Vegas in American culture, there is no surprise that many casino games, video games, and mobile games base their worlds on this famous city in Nevada.

Below are the top three Las Vegas-themed video games that everyone should play at least once.

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Fallout: New Vegas

Fallout is one of the most popular gaming franchises in the world, with more than a decade of experience in releasing quality games on consoles and computers. 

One of the most iconic Fallout titles is New Vegas, a game that focuses on Las Vegas in a post-apocalyptic world. When you first enter the game, Fallout: New Vegas, you may not recognize the setting as the same Vegas that is famous throughout the world for its glamorous locations.

The Vegas in Fallout is set in the year 2281 after a nuclear war has caused the collapse of civilization and most of the planet. Your main character is left to pick up the pieces, as they attempt to get through the various stages and challenges within the game.

A fun aspect of New Vegas is that you can go in any direction that you please with your character. The world is entirely open, which means you can choose when you interact with other characters or the places that you frequent. Your character often has a choice to join various factions that are fighting for control of the Las Vegas region.

If you want to see some historic landmarks of Las Vegas, but in an eerily, post-nuclear war world, then you will have a lot of fun with Fallout: New Vegas.

Those who enjoy playing New Vegas may even want to try some of the other titles in the Fallout series. Each game has a similar theme, where you are put into a world that is not anything like the world that we experience every day. 

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas

Another iconic title in the gaming world, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas, was one of the best first-person shooter games that you could play on gaming consoles during its heyday. 

When Rainbow Six: Vegas came out in 2006, gamers knew they had a gem on their hands. Critics and enthusiasts alike gave the game rave reviews, as it hit all the marks that you would expect from such a title. If you were to download and load up the game on your console or computer, you would have a wonderful time even in 2021 and beyond.

The purpose of Rainbow Six: Vegas is to get the main character into a counterterrorism unit. Your goal is to ensure that terrorists who are attempting to cause havoc within Las Vegas are not able to succeed in their mission.

There are a great many missions within the game, which ensures that you always have an interesting gaming experience. Since the game is fairly old, you cannot play online with other players, but you can play local multiplayer stories and missions.

Unlike Fallout: New Vegas, Rainbow Six: Vegas is very much a game that reminds us of the way that Las Vegas looks today. You can spend your missions going through some of the iconic skyscrapers, casinos, and other structures within the Vegas area.

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Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas

Another vintage game that still holds up in 2021, Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas offers an amazing gaming experience. When you load up the title on your console or computer, the game introduces your main character as someone who is lost within the giant city of Las Vegas. 

The game is the second in the series of Deja Vu titles that feature Theodore Harding, or Ace, as the main character. He is a detective who hopes to solve the most puzzling crimes that plague the city.

In this particular game, Ace finds himself in very big trouble. He is experiencing issues with a notorious gangster, Tony Malone, who wants the detective to find more than $100,000 that Malone lost during a betting session.

The detective has one week to recoup the money, which means you must take your main character through the streets, casinos, and sights of Las Vegas to hunt for clues.

Even though the Deja Vu games came out in the 1980s and 1990s, they are still very good fun to play. The setting for this game is Las Vegas in the 1940s, and the game shows great commitment to setting the scene in every mission.

Indulge Your Gaming Passion

Playing video games is one of the best ways to relax, unwind, and have new experiences. You can explore different worlds, learn about other countries, and understand the themes that the video game creators were attempting to get across in their games.

Whether you are a fan of console, mobile, or casino games, you are spoiled for choice with options. Even if you were to stick with a Las Vegas theme for your gaming, you can find so many more titles that draw inspiration from the gambling capital of the world.

Experience Vegas Uniquely

One of the charms of visiting Las Vegas is that no matter what your interests are, you can find something fun to do. The same is true with Las Vegas-themed video games.

There are many unique ways that Vegas is shown within games, as creators take a lot of liberties when they create a virtual world for their main characters to roam through.

By playing any of the above three video games, you can experience the thrill and charm of Las Vegas.

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