How do I get an invitation?
Quoted from frolic:
As an "LE guy" that likes to own LEs, these Super LEs kill the luster of the regular LE for me.
If I can't have a Super LE, then I don't have the crown jewel, and I'm less motivated for the "next tier" LE. Might as well save my money and get a premium down the road if the game looks good in reality.
I can't be the only LE guy that feels like this.
I am also an LE guy, and my first reaction when I saw only 30 SLE's and not very many LE's was.....Screw this, I am done with LE's and might pickup a HUO Premium down the road some day. So yep, I feel the same way you do
I am glad I ran out of room for machines, I can just kick back and watch this one shake out
Quoted from Rarehero:
Sure, for the initial run....but it IS a Prem, not an LE. If customers are demanding it and distributors are asking for it - they'll run another batch.
Exactly, it would be foolish to stop before demand is filled. Spend all that money on design and development only to stop short of demand would be foolish business indeed. Thats why there is a premium........
Quoted from SkillShot:
I thought The Hobbit was incredibly boring, as a matter of fact I walked away in the middle of a game. Ball times were way too long and I didn't find much exciting while I played. The theme also doesn't do anything for me personally. Needless to say, I don't feel like I'm missing out by not having one.
The more you play The Hobbit the more you realize how amazing it is
This is all very interesting indeed. I am tempted to send in an application and see what happens. Can't wait to watch this all shake out
What if it turned out the 30 SLE's are free, Stern celebrating 30 years by giving 30 amazing customers a free amazing game? Wow
I'm anxious to play BM66, I might sell my GoT LE down the road to buy a MB66 Premium!
Thinking of selling my GoT LE to get a BM66 Premium.....though I had an amazing game on GoT today and hate to have to part with it.....ugh wish I had room for more than 10 pinball machines!
Quoted from LitzDoc:
I would define a rich person as one who has free cash flow far beyond monthly expenses and with little or no long term debt. This type of person will have a checking account that will always have a balance in the account that will far exceed and necessary monthly expenditures. Lets say a balance in the $30,000 range. Beyond that the person would transfer the money to investment accounts. This "wealthy" person would have no trouble dropping $15,000 on a pin or $40,000 on a watch. Although the account would take a hit for the month, the next month the account would be replenished with the free cash flow that is the engine that keeps this person rich.
This is one reasonable, very realistic scenario.
$40,000 on a watch?
I have to say Batman66 looks fun! Might have to sell my GoT LE sometime next year and pick up a Batman66 Premium
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