The world’s premier developer of online casino games released its latest ‘slots buster’ Lost Vegas on the 5th of October. Many anticipate that it could be one of Microgaming’s most successful titles this year. The igaming developer received a lot of flack from players because it rolled out a couple of ‘meh’ online slots prior to Lost Vegas.
I paid a visit to Casinomeister.com to see if it lived up to all the hype so far. To be honest the game received a lot of mixed feelings and some even described it with some ‘very colourful’ words which I’m not going to mention here.
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Is Lost Vegas Worth The Sauce?
Yes and No. One thing that came out in my research is that the game blows hot and cold and pretty tight to boot. As you probably know by now there are two variants to the game: ‘A Survivor‘ and ‘A Zombie‘ mode-the former is low variance while the latter is high variance. If you’re a low roller the Survivor mode is for you while the Zombie mode is for high-staked players looking for the big wins.
In a nutshell, Lost Vegas is a Zombie-themed video slots with 243 paylines and 5 reels. Striking visuals have been combined with an advanced game mechanic where players have to work their way through the zombie horde (Survivor) or become zombies themselves. It comes with the standard free spins feature triggered by 3 or more scatters. Of the 2 free spins modes the Zombie one is the best by a long shot.
”Wow this game really s*cks, had over 800 spins at 3.00 a spin only once did I see more than 25x bet. Only triggered the free spins once too but it hung on loading feature and it was reset after reloading the page.”
”I managed an incredible win of $387.25 with an average bet per spin of $1.50, I hit 1 scatter combined with 2 Lost Vegas symbols.”
The game’s interesting tapestry, scary painted environment to suspenseful audio makes Lost Vegas a potential hit with players. So far and regrettably so it did not live up to the hype Microgaming so eloquently painted it with.
It’s still early days yet to cut the slots off at the knees, only time will tell if it’s going to be a great game or not. Based on my assessment and initial review of the game it’s not suitable to players with limited budgets, but in the game’s defense the occasional big win does occur.
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