Following on from our big Glastonbury BGO welcome bonus reveal, we thought our celebration of the UK’s biggest and best music festival deserved the NetEnt Rocks Trilogy treatment. In preparation for the multitude of bands set to take the stage over the next few days, we thought we’d put NetEnt’s hugely successful musical video slots under the limelight.
First to step up to the mic is Guns N’ Roses, as this quality casino game became the first NetEnt Rocks title after dropping in January 2016. Let us give you a full breakdown of who Guns N’ Roses are, why their video slot is top notch and how you can use Netent Casino’s exclusive welcome bonus in partnership with BGO to play it with no risk!
An Introduction to Guns N’ Roses
It seems a bit unwarranted to have to explain Guns N’ Roses, as you’re probably all-too familiar with their achievements as a band since starting up in 1985.
The founding members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan have written their names in rock n roll history over the years, releasing timeless classics (such as below) which you can hear whilst playing NetEnt’s Guns N’ Roses casino slot.
Guns N’ Roses’ history has not come without controversy, particularly after Slash and McKagan left Axl to do his own thing using the moniker for around 20 years. It took 15 years for the band to record a follow-up to their 5th LP “The Spaghetti Incident”, while it is common knowledge that they aren’t exactly prompt with their show timings.
However, the original members have recently patched up their differences, as the band are currently embarking upon a worldwide “Not in This Lifetime…Tour” – a reference to one of many Axl comments insisting they would never play together again.
Despite their critics, it’s undisputed that they’re one of the most influential artists in the genre, having toured around the world to millions of fans on numerous occasions.
However, there’s one pretty glaring omission from their bucket list…
Guns N’ Roses Glastonbury Festival Trivia
Amazingly, Guns N’ Roses have never played at Glastonbury Festival, let alone headlined the event. Considering their success – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, platinum albums and huge influences – it’s a pretty incredible piece of Glastonbury trivia!
They were heavy favourites to headline this year’s Glastonbury after the reunion, with bookmakers even suspending bets.
However, Emily Eavis was in the news recently commenting on how bands don’t top the Glastonbury bill for the money, so perhaps the financial aspect kept Guns N’ Roses away. We can only speculate.
However, fans can still retain hope of seeing the trio at Worthy Farm someday, as sadly they’re the only band from the NetEnt Rocks Trilogy who still has the opportunity.
NetEnt’s Guns N’ Roses Reviewed
Fire up Guns N’ Roses casino slot and you’ll be treated to their Sweet Child O’ Mine classic to get you in the mood to game. Once this is complete, you will be given a quick overview of the special events and happenings within the title, some of which are outlined below.
If you’re a fan of the classic GnR tracks then you can quickly bring up the playlist and change the music to your desired song.
Guns N’ Roses has a 96.93% return-to-player (RTP) rate is pretty much inline with NetEnt slots these days, with the 5-reel, 3-row structure having 20 win lines for those combinations to land. 10 bet levels and a maximum coin value of 1.00 ensures you can splash the cash if you desire, with up to €200 allowed for 1 spin.
Perhaps one of the reasons why NetEnt won Game of the Year for their Guns N’ Roses effort is due to the sheer number of special features. Wilds, Expanding Wilds and free spins are pretty standard, but how about Random Legend Spins, Random Solo Multipliers and the Crowd-Pleaser Pick and Click round?
It’s the latter that will be of particular interest to you gamers due to the potential benefits and detailed nature. 3 different levels are combined with 8 separate picks and you must continue to do well in order to progress. The usual video slot treats are in store for you, with increased bonuses awarded the better you do.