Street Fighter 2 - World Warrior Slot

realmcgregor

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just released today by Netent at Betsson
What did you guys think of the game?
I liked the health bars, how I always win whether losing or winning a round.
Bonus round was OK, there to remind us of the video game.
Free spins with bosses and increasing multipliers,...I think they pay consistently.
Each character is different, with powers, so i liked the choice it gave me.

Your thoughts?
 

Kroffe

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Tried it out a bit in demo-mode yesterday.
I got the feeling it was a bit costly grinding your way to the bonus.
I lost two times before i managed to win a fight, and was about 150x stake down on the game.

I will probably try it with real money sometime, but im not all that "wowed" by the first impression i got.
 

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This game is pure nostalgia for the millions of SF fans

Lots of action but with low win potential. The main part is in the 100-250x range.

Max observed win in simulations was 1,428x bet, odds to hit it are roughly 1:420,000,000 spins.
 
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Kroffe

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This game is pure nostalgia for the millions of SF fans

Lots of action but with low win potential. The main part is in the 100-250x range.

Max win is 1,428x bet, odds to hit it are roughly 1:420,000,000 spins.
Wich characther did you prefer to play as?
I tried Chun li, since i though 2 or 7 random wilds sounded good.
To be fair, she did give 7 quite alot of times, but like you say, the pays just wasnt there.
That combined with the fact that its 20p min stake makes me a bit hesistant.
 

Harry_BKK

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Wich characther did you prefer to play as?
I tried Chun li, since i though 2 or 7 random wilds sounded good.
To be fair, she did give 7 quite alot of times, but like you say, the pays just wasnt there.
That combined with the fact that its 20p min stake makes me a bit hesistant.

I always went for the one on the right, the most volatile setting. Can't remember the name, had to check :D

  • Ken – RTP 96.06%: will place either 1 or 5 wilds in a single row

At least you get some volatility and bigger pays. On average, you'll beat the opponent every 2.3 rounds.
 

Kroffe

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I always went for the one on the right, the most volatile setting. Can't remember the name, had to check :D

  • Ken – RTP 96.06%: will place either 1 or 5 wilds in a single row

At least you get some volatility and bigger pays. On average, you'll beat the opponent every 2.3 rounds.
Yeah, thats the guy i went with for my second loss. :p
The rtp difference was pretty minimal between the characters if i remember correctly.
It was more a change of how volatile the slot became, right?
 

Harry_BKK

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Yeah, the range is 96.02 - 96.08%, so no difference really.

The volatility is different because of the Wild patterns and the number that can be added.
 

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Crikey, this is a bit..... dull, isn't it?

Also lazy, they haven't even done the animations on the backgrounds. Plus the mega blocky symbols look shit, even though it's the 'correct' character set the original game never presented them at double size like that.

I get that it's low volatility with the win distribution Harry described above, but there are better ways to do it than this. The main game is boring with no pays to speak of, and it just feels like random nonsense is happening all the time.

NO SALE.
 

lewisnadasurf

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Can imagine its a good game to play after a couple of beers, as watched LetsGiveItASpin play it last night and he got quite excited near the end of it when it was 6 and 7 health bars left, leaves you on edge a bit.

The bonus round similar.

I quite liked it. Ill wait for it to come to a casino near me and ill play it, no worries.
 

mcgameboy

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Oh how I loved playing SF2 back in the day.

I will definitely give this a go. And I might do a super-grind on min bet, doing a single run for each character from left to right. And then I'll see where I end up and probably never play it again. :laugh:
 

kou187

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I like how close it is to actually playing the original street fighter game. But as a slot machine it just seems another netent game with low win potential. Would of been better had another provider had a bash at it. Imo
 

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Remember that older Netent (or was it MG?) game? It was some kind of slot/video game hybrid and it was absolutely horrible with virtually no chance of winning. I can't remember the name unfortunately but it was a space theme with a red character.

Well, this new street fighter thing looks even worse and I didn't think that was even possible.
 

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Remember that older Netent (or was it MG?) game? It was some kind of slot/video game hybrid and it was absolutely horrible with virtually no chance of winning. I can't remember the name unfortunately but it was a space theme with a red character.

Well, this new street fighter thing looks even worse and I didn't think that was even possible.

Was it Max Damage And The Alien Attack?
 

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Not played this yet but the theme has earnt a few quid.

Be nice to see some more game crossovers if done well.

Goldeneye, Fallout, Doom, Resident Evil.......Crash Bandicoot
 

Gam Blor

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Well it might be cos I'm a few sheets up on it, but quite enjoyable. Seems quite low variance (you get bonus rounds all the time), but I've also had a couple of £50+ wins off my 20p stake and I've still not seen M. Bison.

Takes a wee bit to work out WTF was going on (reading the rules is a last resort). Think I've figured it now. Wilds don't count towards the hit points was the rule that took the longest. (Oh, and each characters normal and broken face - took me a while to realise they're just different symbols).

And as someone else mentioned, I like how you can choose different characters and they have slightly different effects.

Obviously, if I'd lost my plums in this, I wouldn't be giving it this hagiography, but generally I think it's very well done (and I'm more of a Tekken man than Streetfighter).
 
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