Hey Kevin thanks for the games! David and I played them both and it was a blast ( I was 4W & 4L against the vaunted Baum today )
It's great to see games on location that aren't a P.O.S. They were F 'ing IMMACULATE !!!
I don't know a thing about Game of Thrones, but thoroughly enjoyed the gameplay. I loved the kickback under that funny looking bird in the middle of the playfield. Lots of good ramp shots and modes.
Some don't like the wide open playfield of Star Wars, but it's a long playing game, and a lot of fun. I am more of a fan of the classic Star Wars episodes, so I was really digging all the images and voices in the game! What I also like about the game is that during various modes it tells you what to do: hit three inner ramps and an outer loop for example. I am not a walking encyclopedia of rules like some guys and I really need it spelled out for me. Heck I can make the shots a lot of times - if I know what I'm supposed to be shooting at. This is a game I could see owning.
A couple of tips - these are in no way complaints: I noticed glare over each game from the florescent lights above. It was a little distracting and in the corner of the playfield, but probably can't do much about it unless you put in invisiglass in. One of the owners was cool enough to turn off the lights in that row and I could see a lot better.
Also I know you like to mod games but I don't know if you are a fan of mirrored blades. Both of these colorful, well lit games would look even more fantastic with mirror blades. They would 'pop' big time, and possibly be even more attractive than they are now.
Lastly, you picked the perfect games to put in that location. I don't see how anybody in the nerd/geek ( I say that in a loving way) clientele could resist those titles. Good Job!
If we are not careful, Dbaum88 and I may completely pay for those games, they are WAY too close to our houses!
Thanks for the invite David!