Top Casino Games on Xbox

If you own any version of Xbox, then you have probably spent quite some time in shooting, dancing, playing football and screaming at your TV screen. However, what not many people know is that Xbox, as a game console, offers you the chance to gamble as well. Even though there are not as many casino games as, for example, shooting titles, fans of poker, slots and table games can certainly find something to suit their taste. Here are the top casino games for Xbox that provide authentic casino atmosphere, sharp graphics and good sound effects.


1. Full House Poker

If you’re into poker, then Full House Poker is an absolute must for your Xbox game collection. This game has a rating T (Teen) and it belongs to category simulated gambling. It has a pretty strong uer rating of four stars out of almost 50,000 reviews. Full House Poker gives players a chance to have their own customised avatar and test their poker skills against thousands of players worldwide. You can, understandably, save your progression and winnings between sessions as you slowly build your career as a Full House Poker pro. The authentic 3D atmosphere lets you take seats at different tables as well as take part in various tournaments. See others show their tricks and make some cool move on your own. The world of poker is now open for you to experience it right from your sofa.

2. High Rollers Casino

Rated E (Everyone), High Rollers Casino is an Xbox game that is available to literally anyone who owns this great game console. High Rollers Casino is another poker themed game that includes several variants of poker including 7 Card Stud, 3 Card Poker, 5 Card Poker and Texas Hold’em. Players also can try their luck on Triple 7, Pai Gow, Spanish 21, Blackjack and Caribbean Stud. Finally, the game selection features Baccarat, Craps, Let it Ride, Double Exposure, Roulette, Razz, Sic Bo and Omaha’s 8’s or Better. The point of the game, not surprisingly, is to gain prestige on poker tables, earn VIP cards and build up your bankroll. All of these actions have one sole objective – the player to become a respected high roller!

3. Casino Nights
Casino Nights is not that popular Xbox casino game that was launched back in 2010. This title was developed by GZ Storm and it gives players the chance to beat challenges and unlock trophies. Naturally, they should do so without breaking the bank and losing all their playing money. Even though the graphics of the game is a bit outdated and lacks the latest breathtaking effects, Casino Nights features all games that can be found at all authorised UK casino sites such as roulette, blackjack, red dog, slots, video poker and keno. Roulette is played on a European single zero layout, whereas the slots are mainly classic, three-reel machines. If this is a deal breaker for you, you can stick to newly released high quality casino games; such games you can find and play here.


4. Test Drive Unlimited 2: Casino Online
There have been some discussions whether Test Drive Unlimited 2 can be considered a casino game only because of its add-on TDU 2: Casino Online. However, this is a fantastic game with amazing graphics and impressive casino feature. Your character can enter a world class casino where table games and slots are offered. Everything about this casino feature is so authentic, that it easily can beat all the other casino titles featured on the list. Just like many other Xbox games, TDU 2 gives you the chance to customise your avatar, progress through 10 levels and play with up to 31 other players at the same time. Because of mild suggestive themes, simulated gambling and inappropriate lyrics, this game got the T (Teen) ESRB rating.

5. Pure Hold’em
This is yet another T (Teen) rated game that features simulation of gambling. Pure Hold’em by VooFoo Studios is aesthetically perfect and takes you right up the casino floor. Play win and win big, try six different tables and play with players on different skill levels. Start at the Jokers table as a rookie and make your way up to the Aces and Masters tables situated in a VIP penthouse. Pure Hold’em supports multiplayer mod; therefore, you can create tournaments with up to seven players or simply join any open table where unknown poker enthusiast are looking for a quick poker fix. Once again, it has to be pointed out that the effects and the surroundings in the game are as real as it gets; hence, you will feel as if you are playing with real cards, at a real table, against real opponents.

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