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Video Review: Dragon's Law SeleXion

23 March 2020

J. Todd gets a great look at the new Dragon's Law SeleXion slot machine from Konami Gaming. This game brings together two of Konami's most popular slot titles: Dragon's Law Rapid Fever, and Dragon's Law Boosted.

Konami's famous Long Tailed dragon from the original 2009 Dragon's Law slot machine is back to help players in either game. He will randomly awaken and fly across the reels to deliver wild symbols. Dragon's Law SeleXion is delivered on either Konami's big screen Opus Game Cabinet, or their KX 43.

Konami’s popular SeleXion multi-game technology and player-favorite Dragon’s Law series are coming together in an entirely new Dragon’s Law SeleXion pack in 4K UHD. Available on KX 43 and Opus, Dragon’s Law SeleXion showcases a pair of progressive jackpot games, each championed by the iconic long-tailed dragon first popularized on the company’s Podium cabinet.

In Dragon’s Law Boosted, players can enjoy the familiar five-reel game or select the “BOOSTED” button to double the lines with double the reel frame. In addition to the random wild feature that players know and love, Dragon’s Law Boosted has a random progressive jackpot chance, including a $5,000+ Maxi. The SeleXion companion title to Dragon’s Law Boosted is Dragon’s Law Rapid Fever™, which showcases the popular Dragon’s Law mystery wild feature with fantastic high-reward potential.

Throughout primary play, an activated Strike Zone area is outlined in blue, which players can expand from right to left by increasing their extra bet amount. Randomly during or after any spin, the long-tailed dragon flies down to the reels to scatter wild symbols packed with a fever of random bonus prizes, including credit awards, jackpots, and wheel spins. All prizes that land within the selected Strike Zone are awarded, while those that land outside the Strike Zone serve as regular wild symbols.

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