Vegas Stakes (SNES)
Now you too can use a SNES mouse to gamble virtual money. Yay?
Followed up in the west by a Game Boy cousin. Then in Japan by the little-known Las Vegas Dream 2 for PlayStation.
At 68000 (US version) is some mysterious text.
HYAKUTAROU SERA LADY DI MEOLA JEAN ALESI
The Japanese version has differences from international versions.
- An additional multiplayer "Party Mode".
- More animated title logo. HAL Laboratory's name isn't shortened.
- Font and menu changes, such as a larger English alphabet and a background graphic for the "How many players?" message.
- The game over screen.
Executive Producer Satoru Iwata Takayuki Kamikura Producer Akihiro Saito Syuhei Iida Director Takashi Ambe Graphic Designer Taihei Yamanaka Satoshi Ohno Takashi Ambe Akihiro Saito Seiji Maruyama Programmer Norihiro Oda Jun Mukai Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Music Composer Kimitaka Matsumae Special Thanks to Syoichi Iida Seiji Tashiro Masahiro Uramoto Takashi Matsuda Koichiro Sakurai Atsushi Oosuga Shingo Tsuda Makoto Kanai Seika Abe Satoshi Mitsuhara Tetsuya Notoya Mika Nakamura David D'Heilly Satoshi Ikeda Masao Horiguchi Nobumasa Nakamura Akihiko Koseki Las Vegas Dream ©1993 HAL Laboratory,Inc. Special Thanks to Dice Co;Ltd.
Executive Producer Satoru Iwata Producer Akihiro Saito Director Takashi Ambe Graphic Designer Taihei Yamanaka Satoshi Ohno Takashi Ambe Akihiro Saito Seiji Maruyama Programmer Jun Mukai Norihiro Oda Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Music Composer Kimitaka Matsumae Special Thanks to Phil Sandhop Yuka Nakata Takehiro Izushi Hiro Yamada Makoto Kanai Seika Abe Tetsuya Notoya Mika Nakamura David D'Heilly Satoshi Ikeda Masao Horiguchi Akihiko Koseki Vegas Stakes ©1993 HAL/Nintendo Licensed from HAL Laboratory,Inc. to Nintendo Special Thanks to Dice Co; Ltd.
- The Japanese version has the roles in pink text and the staff names in white text. The USA version uses many different colors.
- The Japanese version has the credit roles one space from the left of the screen, whereas the USA version has the text slightly centered, but is almost written in a 'zigzag' shape.
- Takayuki Kamikura, an executive producer for the Japanese version's publisher Imagineer, was removed in the USA version.
- Syuhei Iida, a producer for the Japanese version's publisher, Imagineer, was removed in the USA version.
- In the programming credit, the order goes; Norihiro Oda, Jun Mukai, Tsuyoshi Yamamoto. In the USA version, it goes; Jun Mukai, Norihiro Oda, Tsuyoshi Yamamoto.
- In the special thanks credit, Syoichi Iida, Seiji Tashiro, Masahiro Uramoto, Takashi Matsuda, Koichiro Sakurai, Atsushi Oosuga, Shingo Tsuda, Satoshi Mitsuhara, and Nobumasa Nakamura were removed in the USA version. The USA version credits Phil Sandhop, Yuka Nakata, Takehiro Izushi, and Hiro Yamada. The rest of the names in the staff list are shared between the two versions.
- The copyright text at the end uses the respective names of the games' titles.
- The copyright text credits "HAL Laboratory,Inc." in the Japanese version, and "HAL/Nintendo" in the USA version.
- The USA version adds this text to the copyright, "Licensed from HAL Laboratory,Inc. to Nintendo".
- The "Dice Co.,Ltd." text in the Japanese version was fixed to have a space between the ".," and "Ltd." in the USA version.
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