Very nice graphics and a fantastic soundtrack
Layout is something a bit different to typical 5-reel slots
SuperStaxx sometimes help players to rack up big wins
Feels difficult to land big wins, though this is all down to luck
Bonus round isn't particularly interesting or lucrative
It's a real shame to say it, but the game, much like its pulsing keytar soundtrack, can get old fairly quickly. Neon Staxx looks and sounds great, but with a jackpot of only 80,000 coins (not particularly high by NetEnt's standards), and nothing intriguing or different about its bonus round, you might find yourself getting bored after playing for a while.
Of course, these things are always a matter of personal taste - if you love '80s culture, whether or not you lived it the first time around, then it's very likely you'll enjoy Neon Staxx. And there's no denying that the game's unique layout and the overall impression you get the first time you boot it up holds a certain allure. Overall the game is certainly worth a look, especially if you've never played it before, but doesn't offer a whole lot of replay ability value.