Cz-czar's ratings

Pinsider Cz-czar has rated 7 machines.

This page shows all all these ratings, and forms Cz-czar's personal top 7.


Rating comments

Cz-czar has written 4 rating comments:


6.435/10
1 year ago
This was the first pin I ever played as a kid. Very nostalgic for me, but I still tried to give it an unbiased rating. Hard to compare it to modern pins when I have such fond memories of this game and discovering the world of pinball before there were even video games. I remember the sounds, mechanical elements and playing the game as the greatest thing ever when I was a kid.
8.247/10
1 year ago
The pin plays well and is fun - don’t let the bad movie theme throw you off!
9.400/10
1 year ago
I find the quality, theme, music and rule set to be a lot of fun. I can see how some pinball experts may find it a little too simple, but as a lifetime Beatles fan this game was a must have and does not disappoint. The quality of the theme itself is the big draw - music, artwork and Beatles likeness, Ed Sullivan and Cousin Brucie are all true to the theme and top notch. I own the platinum and everyone I have over to play it (casual occasional pinball players) absolutely love it and call it “the best pinball machine ever”. It seems your opinion of this game may vary based on where you fall in the Beatles fandom and pinball expertise spectrum. I’m on the love it side of the spectrum. I’m also a huge Beatles fan and more of a casual pinball person and not a deep expert. Hope that meta data is useful in evaluating your potential reaction to this pin.
9.400/10
1 year ago
I find the quality, theme, music and rule set to be a lot of fun. I can see how some pinball experts may find it a little too simple, but as a lifetime Beatles fan this game was a must have and does not disappoint. The quality of the theme itself is the big draw - music, artwork and Beatles likeness, Ed Sullivan and Cousin Brucie are all true to the theme and top notch. Everyone I have over to play it (casual occasional pinball players) absolutely love it and call it “the best pinball machine ever”. It seems your opinion of this game may vary based on where you fall in the Beatles fandom and pinball expertise spectrum. I’m on the love it side of the spectrum. I’m also a huge Beatles fan and more of a casual pinball person and not a deep expert. Hope that meta data is useful in evaluating your potential reaction to this pin.