New World Order
- Aug 27, 2008
- Reaction score
- The biG Eu
I'm done with this game, on the last extended session it's managed to shred 1125x with scarcely any reply, the number of duffers the free spins round can serve up, time after time after time after time is horrendous.
For clarity most of that was on a 100% match bonus, and the useful thing there is I know exactly how much I managed to wager.
It was a £100 deposit on a £100 match, so I had a balance of £200 on a 20xD+B WR, which means £4000 to wager.
From a balance of £200, playing exclusively on Legion at 20p spins, I managed to wager..... £576.40p.
For an encore it's just consumed my 21st of of the month VIP bonus, which is a £25 NDB,
Far too volatile for me, and I really hope 3Dice get back to something a bit more sensible for their next release. Personally I'm not entirely convinced a small casino like this with a 'captive audience' as it were, should be knocking stuff out that's capable of annihilating their customers' bankrolls so brutally and delivering such an unedifying slots experience.
They've literally got Kyoko's Quest just sat there on the shelf, why not give that a re-release on the new web platform?
Anyway Legion, we're done, it's not me, it's you.
I agree - of all the bonus rounds I had - maybe 20 or so most were 5 to 10x bet. And on one of my last bonus rounds playing this game I managed to get all reels "evolved" on the last spin - thought maybe pay dirt. Nope was crap I think it gave K or J or something ended up with around 20 / 30x bet cant remember but not good at all. HV games should at least be fun to play in the base game with potential of a big hit - but this slot is just so dull and boring throughout. It has nothing going for it and will as you have learned devour any balance in no time without kicking anything back.
I wont be playing it again. 3dice can in the past be really innovative with their games and none were really extreme in volotility - but not seen that in a long time. I hope they are not going down the path of extreme variance or the dreaded "clone" route.