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Casino Kid 2

Casino Kid 2 (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: General, Gambling
Developer: Sofel


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Casino Kid 2 review

Reviewed May 10, 2004

woodhouse says: "The lifestyle of a high roller must be a difficult one to maintain, for the past year certainly has been a tough one for the Casino Kid. When we last left him, the Kid had just won over $1,000,000 from the vaunted King of the Casino. Now, no doubt because of his exposure to the temptations of Sin City at such a young age, he’s almost completely squandered his little nest egg. But even though he’s now a pauper, The Kid doesn’t let it get him down. He appears in the title screen flashing a br..."
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