On Friday and Saturday (May 31st & June 1st) the folks at MyVegas are seemingly trying to drive High Rollers to play Excalibur 2, by enticing them with double XP Points.
The ONLY catch is that the minimum bet is 600 Chips, so unless you have a substantial bankroll to start with, it may not be worth your while.
(In my experience, if you have a smaller Chip stack, Excalibur 2 tends to eat up Chips more quickly than, for instance, Studio City… but your results may be different.)
The Bonus ends Saturday at Midnight.
Good luck !!!
I thought it was pretty clever (sneaky ?) that the MyVegas folks offered Double XP Points on Friday and Saturday, with a “High Roller” banner on the Excalibur 2 Slot Game, and since Sunday, even though the High Roller banner is on the game, you only get a regular amount of XP Points. I’m sure there are players out there who are rubbing their hands together, thinking, “Oh goody, they forget to change it back !!!”
Yesterday, the much ballyhooed Excalibur 2 Slot Game on MyVegas was unveiled.
Prior to its release, the folks at MyVegas had released images (like the one below) showing the Princess dressed up in armor, wielding a long sword, and generally being a more “modern-minded” bad-ass medieval Princess.
There are a few differences between Excalibur 1 and Excalibur 2…… but they are pretty modest, and apart from the big red “2” at the top, at first, you might not know you are playing a different game.
The Princess still waits in her tower for someone to climb the tower and deliver smooches, but this time it is the Dark Knight, instead of the Prince. (woop)
Some of the icons on the reels are different. (woop)
The Fight Knight Bonus is exactly the same.
The “big” change seems to be that they have replaced the Date Knight Bonus with the Knights Of The Round Table Bonus Game, where you start by picking Red or Blue. Then the Knights spin the round table, and when the spinning stops, whatever the bonus indicated by the Princess’s sword, you win. If your color is on the winning spot, you get double the amount of Chips shown.
As far as a revision of the original game, I don’t know that it merited a re-issue.
In my opinion, they could have had more fun pitting the Princess against either male protagonist in a revised Fight Knight, and again having the Princess pining in the Tower seems like they just ran out of ideas.
I’m not sure what compelled them to feel they needed to add another Slot Game that was SO similar to one they already had… but on the up side, it shows the folks at PlayStudios are still actively engaged and trying to make the MyVegas world better !!!
Good luck !!!