Pearl Harbor Review
If you hadn't noticed by now, Nolimit City is not afraid to remember the darkest moments of history such as the case with Little Bighorn and Remember Gulag. Pearl Harbor is the next event to get the Nolimit City treatment.
Inspired by the real events that unfolded on December 7th 1941, when Japan led a surprise attack against the neutral United States. Interestingly, Nolimit City is taking a different perspective with this slot and focusing on the Japanese soldiers instead.
Another shock is that this is the second grid slot from Nolimit City. Instead of paylines, the game is set on a grid of 7x7 with wins made up through clusters. What is not a surprise is the sheer amount of features on offer from xMechanics to multiple bonus rounds.
The first thing that caught our eye with this slot is that the designs of the humans and the overall world does look a little grainy. However, it's unknown if this is intended to go with the graphic novel style that the slot seems to be putting forward.
Throughout gameplay, you'll find yourself in a jet of some type with a view of Pearl Harbor in the distance. There are flames and destroyed ships everywhere which does feel a little tasteless, but that's Nolimit City for you. They are unafraid to push boundaries and you can't help but respect them for it.
On the reels, there are various Japanese soldiers as well as American ones too. Another cool detail is that lower-paying symbols are different Japanese symbols that look stylised in Hiragana. Similarly, the music has a very oriental theme with different chimes and bells paired with a sinister beat that tells you this is not your average slot.
The best Nolimit City slots are the ones that are easy to play but still have charm. For the most part, Pearl Harbor just feels too complicated on paper with all the different mechanics and potential things that can happen.
However, once you get into the gameplay, it's not as bad as it seems. There are still loads going on but it does play out just like any other slot. You'll find wilds, multipliers and bonus rounds which are pretty easy to understand once you've triggered them.
Despite this, if you are new to Nolimit City, then we'd perhaps recommend playing something just a little easier such as Karen Maneater or Punk Toilet.
The RTP range for this slot varies between 92.01% to 96.06%. Now, if you happen to fall in the 96.06%, then you are in for a great time. However, if your version of the slot falls into the lower category, then make sure this is the game that you want to play. We generally recommend an RTP of 96% or above for a decent return on your money.
As for the win potential, it wouldn't be a Nolimit City slot without a massive payout of up to 41,127x the stake. We're not sure what this number means but knowing Nolimit City it's something dark. What we do care about is that it's a huge amount that will please high rollers and we expect you'll be able to achieve this big amount through the bonus rounds.
Pearl Harbor certainly lives up to our expectations for a Nolimit City slot. We expected crazy and complicated features that will baffle most players but the hardened Nolimit City fans will be delighted.
Ultimately, Pearl Harbor is a fantastic slot from Nolimit City that easily surpasses most other online slots but it is not the best one from the creative team. However, if you are looking for an explosive slot all about the warriors from the 'Land of the Rising Sun', then Pearl Harbor is worth a spin.