A short disclaimer before we begin our First Person Dragon Tiger review. Dragon Tiger is essentially very similar to Baccarat. As such, this release by Evolution has a lot in common with their First Person Baccarat title. If you’ve read through that review, you should already have an idea about how this works. If not – keep reading.
Evolution’s recent series of First Person titles are designed to bridge the gap between RNG and live table games. The idea is to bring the experience to life by imitating the quality of live dealer games Evolution is known for. There are several ways in which they achieve this.
First of all, the graphics and presentation are superior to the majority of online Dragon Tiger games out there. The tables and cards look exactly like they do in Evolution’s live Dragon Tiger counterpart. To be fair, though, the CGI nature of everything you see gave the devs some artistic freedoms. For instance, the tiger and dragon displayed on the table shine brightly whenever their card wins. The game is full of little details like that that push the overall aesthetic to a new level.
Speaking of which, everything outside of the table is a faithful computer representation of Evolution’s usual studio. If you ever want to go back to the live dealer version, you can do so with a single click. This way, this game feels more like an addition to Evolution’s already impressive portfolio rather than a replacement.