NextGen Gaming remake Emerald Isle, and it’s an absolute cracker
When NextGen Gaming announced that they were going to be remaking Emerald Isle, we were delighted. The original game was a treat to play, and it was a shame that it decreased in popularity over the last few years.
Now, NextGen Gaming have pulled some strings, and got right down to work on recreating a legendary Irish luck themed video slot. The revamped Emerald Isle slot is finally here, and has been released at all good casinos offering NextGen Gaming software. Wait until you get a look at it.
One has to take their hat off to NextGen Gaming here.
They have done a stellar job in offering players the same kind of classy gaming which they all loved with the original game, as well as giving the slot a more up-to-date paint job, bringing it home in 2016. There is more to love about the new Emerald Isle slot, too, such as the following…
What we love
Emerald Isle is just as cheap as it ever was. Even though this is a brand new slot machine game, NextGen Gaming haven’t touched the wagering range.
They could have toyed around with this, that, or the other, and ended up adding so many features that Emerald Isle would cost far more to play than it used to. They didn’t, and so you get the same great features as the original game, with the same cheap as chips wagering range.
Graphically they have a top job, too. NextGen Gaming haven’t gone about changing the graphics of the game. It is the same old imagery, although with 2016 graphical quality.
If you were a lover of the original game, you are not going to find this one alien to you. It is just as refreshing and familiar as the original; so much so, that you could do away with the original now, and you wouldn’t miss it a jot.
What we do not like
Of course, there is always something in any online slot that we are not going to like. It is mightily difficult in Emerald Isle to find such a thing, though. I suppose that if we were forced to find something we don’t like, then it would be the inability to alter the paylines in the game.
They are fixed at 20 paylines over 5 reels. It would be nice to alter them, especially if you don’t fancy paying $0.20 per spin. But, let’s be realists. A slot which has a minimum bet of $0.20 per spin is cheap, and you’re all going to want to play with all the paylines. In short then, everything is pretty much likeable.
Like we’ve just said, Emerald Isle is one of those slots which has everything going for it, and very little to nothing at all going against it. Given that, you can’t really complain at all. If you loved the original Emerald Isle, you’ll find this one a refreshing trip down memory lane. If you haven’t played the original then don’t bother; play this new and revamped version of Emerald Isle, instead.