Guns N’Roses from NetEnt: Slot Review - welcome to the jungle... or is it a paradise city?

GamingRevolution has finally got its hand on NetEnt's long-anticipated Guns N'Roses slot game. The game features free spins and a bonus game, as well as cool and exclusive graphics.

Last year’s ICE 2015 convention in London saw NetEnt introduce its next branded major slot game, Guns N’Roses. It was a surprise to many, who had expected the 'slot of the year' to be either a TV-show themed or product-themed slot game.

Special Features

Even if you are not a fan of the band, the slot game has several bonus features and comes with 5 reels, 3 rows and 30 paylines.

The best feature in this slot game is not a bonus symbol. It is the ability to pick a Guns N’Roses song, including classics such as Sweet Child O’Mine, Paradise City, November Rain, Welcome to the Jungle and Chinese Democracy.

Unlike the sound effects in many slot games, you will not be tempted to mute the sound effects and have to play in silence. This feature shows what's fabulous about developing branded slots, and hopefully, Net Entertainment will add further artists to its repertoire.

Further excitement comes in form of a bonus game - the Crowd Pleaser Bonus Game, which incorporates authentic Guns N’Roses concert footage. Pretty amazing. Given that I loved playing the game so much, maybe too much, I keep the bet at a stable and sustainable level.

Theme and Graphics

The graphics are amazing, to say the least, and NetEnt has managed to secure some exclusive rights to the band's trademark tunes.

Win lines, Payouts and Jackpots

Aside from this perk, I love some of the extras in NetEnt’s Guns N’Roses. There is no shortage of Wilds in this slot game. The Stacked Wild is even better and covers the entire reel. Furthermore, there is the Solo Multiplier. It boosts your winnings significantly, either 4-fold or 10-fold at random. The so-called Encore Free Spins feature gives you 10 free spins - if that wasn't enough, the encore throws in a Stacked Wild, with a band member as its symbol.

Our Verdict on Guns N'Roses

Even if you are not a Guns N'Roses fan, this slot game by NetEnt was well worth the wait. The action is brought to the reel by the multitude of possible win combinations and extra features.