The play features of Immortal Romance have equally tacky names as the slot itself. The wilds in this slot will trigger an event called “Wild Desire”, which will give you a free re-spin of whichever reel the wild symbol appeared on. The scatter symbols in the game are the golden lion heads, of which three or more take players to the “chamber of spins”. Here a shoe-horned “story” aspect is shown, when you progressively unlock 4 characters (2 vampires, a witch and a human), each with a different amount of free-spins and other multipliers associated with them.
If nothing else can be said about the visuals, they… detailed at least? It’s clear that Microgaming spent quite a bit on the art direction for this thing.
Depends. Are you female, under 20 and typically a slave to trends? If yes, congratulations! You’ll be squealing with glee. If no, then the most thrill this slot with give you is the moment you finally decide to close the thing and forget it exists.
From a technical standpoint, the few play features and low betting range make this slot pretty drab.
While we *must* give this slot some credit for being functionally passable, no self-respecting gambler would tolerate the trashy theme of this slot - especially when they can play the exact same thing gameplay-wise without the whole vampire filth in the form of Thunderstruck II. All Immortal Romance can purport to be is a poor re-skin for making a quick buck on current trends.
If Dracula would see this, he’s climb back into his coffin and stay there forever.