Sword of Shoguns Review
Sword of Shoguns has a very familiar feel and this might be because it is almost a Megaways game, just with a couple of subtle differences. While there might not be a huge amount to experience in the features department, there are several other elements adding to the production value of this slot.
It is a moonlit mountain scene and our reels are set in a traditional pagoda. Little lanterns light the way and a standard Oriental soundtrack keeps our ears company. There are a couple of nice animated touches with a mist forming in the background and leaves falling gently from the trees to the side of the reels. As you enter the bonus round, the Moon turns from white to blood red and the action really gets going at this point.
Many players will want to head straight to the bonus round as this is the best opportunity you have of hitting big wins and indeed the max win can only be found here. This won't be possible in the UK and other countries around the world may also have restrictions on this type of feature. It is worth sticking it out and making your way to the bonus round as landing the Shogun symbol as your expanding symbol will certainly brighten up your day.
As you know, you need to make it to the bonus round to hit that max 25,200x win and this will only be possible if you are handed out the Shogun symbol as the bonus unfolds. The volatility is very high and there is a 96.15% RTP.
Sword of Shoguns is a nice adventure that is very easy on the eye. The stats are stacked in the favour of those looking for big wins rather than constant feature action, so this is something to consider before you make your decision.