Neo Contra with Symphonik 3D sound by Konami Gaming

Since their inception in 1997 and 1996 respectively Konami Gaming, Inc. and Konami Australia Pty Ltd have been mesmerizing gamers of all ages with their games. The two companies are subsidiaries of Konami Holdings Corporation which gave us the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Metal Gear games.

With such a prolific predecessor, it is only natural that the younger Konamis outshone the competition at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2014 edition. Their stall had everything from new games and cabinets to creative marketing strategies.

However, the release of Neo Contra video slots totally stole the show. This marked the entry of video games from Konami Digital Entertainment into mainstream casinos. Aside from the historical value of the game, the features on this slot are also worth beholding. For one, its Symphonik 3D Sound system doesn’t have separate speakers for the chair and rear-satellite; everything is all-in-one yet amazingly effective.

Furthermore, the game comes in two themes: Supreme Samurai and Mighty Warrior which are bound to have gamers excited. Casino Journal certainly caught on to the excitement and named Neo Contra as one of the Top 20 Most Innovative Gaming Technology Products in 2014.