Quoted from WesleyCowan:
I've wanted to buy a Capcom pin for awhile. Bought a Pinball Magic in good working order with a very nice playfield, plastics, and translite. Cabinet has some wear areas, but not real bad overall. Amazing to me that for their first pin the unique toys and being able to adjust flipper strength, the nice diagnostics levels, and things DE, Gottlieb, and B/W hadn't done. I realize I'm in the honeymoon period, but really enjoying the game a whole lot. There's a Breakshot in the local area and I really like that game. Have only played Airborne and BBB a few games, both seem fun.
Congratulations, you hit the jackpot!
From the game flier:
"short circuit protection (coils/lamps), line voltage compensation, adjustable flipper power, burned-out lamp/solenoid detection, advanced diagnostics (may have inspired the WOZ diagnostics -- Bryan Hansen connection?), dedicated switch inputs (no switch matrix), all controlled lamps - no more burned G.I. connectors, etc, etc ..."
From an IPDB reviewer:
"The computer controlled lights are incredible to watch in person, they fade, swirl, do patterns, totally amazing. Lots of the audio are really funny sound bites that are a hoot and add greatly to the enjoyment of the gameplay. The moving hand and floating ball are nice also. Ball speed is indeed fast and there are just enough places to give you a short breather before frantic flipping starts again. Gets your adrenalin pumping for sure, there will be lots of yelling and such in multiplayer mode! It's not a drain monster either."
Incredible playfield, backglass, and cabinet art, unique mechanical toys, a Capcom masterpiece!