There are a number of slots themed on iconic Hollywood productions and one of them is NextGen Gaming's Psycho. This is a slot designed on the 1960s cult thriller 'Psycho' directed by renowned filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. The movie, starring Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh, is represented brilliantly in the slot through excellent graphics and animations. The game was created in collaboration with Universal Studios has 5 reels and 25 fixed paylines. The minimum coin size is 0.01 and the maximum is £2.50, which means a minimum and maximum wager of 25p and £62.50 respectively.

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Psycho Review

  • Software Provider: NextGen Gaming
  • Game Type: Video Slot
  • Paylines / Ways to Win: 25
  • Bonus Round: No
  • Free Spins: Yes
  • Gamble Feature: Yes

Psycho comes with an interesting backdrop and an intro film showcasing Bates Motel and its rooms. The symbols re few but very effective: Norman Bates, Marion Crane, an envelope with money in it, a peephole, and the numbers 10, J, Q, K, and A from a standard card deck. The WILD symbol replaces all other symbols except the scatter symbol, which is the house where Norman Bates' mother lived.

There are different features in the Psycho slot that help you score wins. Any wins with the wild symbol in the base game will have a multiplier of 2x to 20x. The bonus round of the Psycho slot is the free spins bonus round. If you land 3, 4 or 5 scatter symbols across the reels you get 10, 15, or 20 free spins respectively. Additional wilds appear - dramatically, with a hand slashing down with a dagger, or with a hooded figure suddenly appearing on screen and slashing across the reels - during the free spins to give you multipliers ranging from 2x to 40x. The Gamble feature is activated after each win to give you a shot at doubling or even quadrupling your wins.

Review Details

  • Review of: NextGen GamingPsycho
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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  • Review Date: May 22, 2017
  • Last Updated: April 24, 2020