The welcoming offer of 40 free spins upon registration is fairly good, but not up to the usual 50 free spins or more of other casinos. What I particularly don't like at all is limiting the free spins to only Starburst. For me, playing 40 free spins is just as bad as playing 100 free spins on this blunderous Starburst money-eating game. I just cannot imagine it being one of the most popular games around, for whatever reasons, because my numerous plays on it have never been satisfactory. But what to do. BetChan says play 40 free spins on Starburst, so 40 spins on the blardy game it was for me. Was it okay, was it any good, or was it bad as expected? Well, what would you say if out of those 40 free spins, you won only $1.22? Yep. That's how it was, and that's how it would be for many many more times. A real blunderous game as far as I am concerned!
There are probably so many other players who share the same hatred for Starburst, yet casinos everywhere are still maintaining that game in its welcoming package, probably for obvious reasons. I really wonder if any casino management would consider swapping Starburst for another one of NetEnt's more popular games, purely for customers' satisfaction, putting customers first at the frontline. If not, then offering an alternative game alongside would be much welcomed, preventing the early exit of enthusiasm.
At the very start before the signing up, I have already decided to go into it just one way - if my first play at the casino goes well, then I will be back for more plays, but if it doesn't, then so sorry, I'll just have to go someplace else to find my glory. Starburst stayed true to its bad self, whilst my deposit and bonus money got lost on Dead Or Alive, without getting any good fightbacks at all. Too bad BetChan, nothing went well for me on that day, and it probably looks like it'll be a long while away till I would come back and play.