Walk of Shame Review
Everyone has experienced a moment of shame the night after a massive event. For the most part, people walk it off and continue on. However, the Nolimit City crew seemed to get a little bit too heated at the party and it ended up turning into The Hangover.
This led to Walk of Shame. There is nothing hidden at all in this slot and we can see that the folks at Evolution certainly had a wild party. Unfortunately, you have to deal with the aftermath of it all.
Thankfully, there are cash prizes waiting for you as well as some hilarious moments throughout. Of course, there is no crazy massive payout like most other Nolimit City slots but that does not stop this game from being entertaining.
For most slot players, the faces in this slot with probably not be familiar. However, those in tune with the industry will see a lot of familiar faces. Most of the characters in this slot are big names from Evolution such as the head of Big Time Gaming.
Nolimit City definitely had fun with this slot and hopefully, the other people featured will as well. Jonas Tegman, the co-founder of Nolimit City, even takes a playful jab at himself as he's featured in a questionable outfit. Most of the costumes are quite risque with a man with a ballgag, a man in a tiger outfit and a man in drag.
The background of the slot seems to be some hotel room but there are little easter eggs to other Evolution games such as Gonzo and Gonzita from the Gonzo's Quest series, a cowboy hat from Dead or Alive 2 and the Red Tiger Daily Jackpot. It's a cool easter egg for slot fans.
As for the music, it's wacky and upbeat but not unexpected. It definitely fits in well with the slot! Overall, the design of this slot is pretty cool and showcases a great attention to detail that players will love.
When people think of Nolimit City, they think of crazy slots with loads of xMechanics. Thankfully, this slot is not too complicated and keeps the gameplay simple.
However, Nolimit City manages to find the right balance to deliver some entertaining moments. It is worth saying that the gameplay does feel like it could be any other slot as it does not feel explicitly like Nolimit City. That's not necessarily a bad thing but die-hard fans may be put off.
If you've come looking for a Nolimit City slot with a massive payout, then this is not the slot for you. We recommend trying out classics such as San Quentin xWays or El Paso Gunfight. With Walk of Shame, you'll instead find a maximum win of 9,822x the stake.
Whilst this is a great amount for any slot, it's not what fans have grown to expect from the developer. For those players, we reiterate that they should check out the older slots as we suspect that upcoming Nolimit City slots will have standard payouts.
As for the other statistics, this slot contains a medium volatility level and an RTP of 96.04% so you can expect the gameplay to deliver both high and low wins with the frequency.
Again - this is not expected for Nolimit City as the developer often features extremely high volatility so this is another departure. Perhaps Evolution is trying to make the developer go mainstream but it's definitely a change that some newcomers will welcome whilst die-hard fans will hate.
Walk of Shame is both a slot that we expected to see from Nolimit City and one that is surprising. The most surprising aspects are the gameplay and overall win potential statistics. The departure from high volatility and massive wins will not appeal to everyone.
We suspect this slot is intended for a more mainstream audience reaching out to the players that have yet to understand Nolimit City. Despite these little issues, we found our playthrough of the slot extremely fun and loved seeing all the little easter eggs throughout.
For newcomers, this is the best time to try Nolimit City slots to see what all the fuss is about. For seasoned fans, this slot is worth a spin to see all the references of Evolution and is guaranteed to make you laugh.