This is Vegas Previews - PS3

Game Description: A business man is trying to turn Vegas into a family friendly tourist trap. It is up to the player to stop him. Build an empire of sleaze worthy of the name Las Vegas. Make powerful connections, raise your reputation, and fight off enemies. This sandbox game will truly give the Vegas experience.
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This is Vegas Previews

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    Floor Report: This Is Vegas

    Chris Hardwick is on the floor at E3, getting a look at the upcoming 'This Is Vegas' from Producer Alan Patmore.

    Posted: Jul 15, 2008 | 3,193 Views | 01:41 | 1 Comment

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    First Look: This Is Vegas


    Morgan gets a chance to speak with Surreal Software's Alan Patmore about the upcoming This Is Vegas.

    Posted: Feb 20, 2008 | 571 Views | 02:08 | 2 Comments

  • TheFeed: Nightcap - Episode 2 - 08.06.09

    Posted: August 6, 2009

    11,580 Views | 31:31

  • This Is Vegas Preview

    Posted: December 23, 2008

    4,586 Views | 02:20

  • This Is Vegas Trailer

    Posted: August 21, 2008

    3,518 Views | 01:04 | 1 Comment

  • Floor Report: This Is Vegas

    Posted: July 15, 2008

    3,193 Views | 01:41 | 1 Comment

  • This is Vegas Trailer

    Posted: July 15, 2008

    2,045 Views | 01:10 | 1 Comment


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