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(Topic ID: 212545)

Dialed in LE or TSPP or something new?


By Rockytop

2 years ago



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  • 11 posts
  • 10 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 2 years ago by Coolpinballdino
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“Which one would you get?”

  • Dailed In LE 26 votes
    60%
  • The Simpsons Pinball Party 5 votes
    12%
  • Neither, wait for something new 12 votes
    28%

(43 votes)

#1 2 years ago

I'm selling/trading my GBLE and I think I've narrowed it down to these two. I'm leaning towards DI LE and might have a deal for one.

I'm curious what Pinside thinks. What would you get between these two and why? Or would you wait for something new coming out?

My current plans for 2018 include getting LOTR and JJPPOTC.

#4 2 years ago

DILE. I'm regrettably selling mine until I close, and move into my new home. Rest assured it'll be the first one back. Tspp, I've also owned..very, VERY DEEP game. There's almost too much to do. Don't get me wrong, it was fun once I began to understand it, but I just didn't love it. Ball times are long if you're a good player.

Dialed in, overall, is balanced. Great shots, silky smooth flow, gorgeous art work, the best toys I've personally ever seen, and the rules keep you coming back for more. Overall build quality is SOLID! Turning the games difficultly level to extra hard really does make the game EXTRA HARD. Scoring becomes more difficult, magnet behavior changes (especially with the drone which will ALWAYS now try to sink your ball), and ball save/kick backs are next to non existent. You won't have to worry much about that since there are NO CHEAP DRAINS!

OverAll, DILE is my first true perfect 10. To compare, I've also owned a TWDLE, AFMRLE, GBLE..all of which are brutal games. GBLE being the most frustrating...TWDLE is a very close second in terms of frustration.

#5 2 years ago

Dialed In for sure. I just sold my TSPP, it didn't get played very much after I got Dialed In.

#6 2 years ago

Dialed In LE. I’m picking up my NIB in a few days, I’m like a kid waiting for Christmas!!

#7 2 years ago
Quoted from at_t_2d:

Dialed In for sure. I just sold my TSPP, it didn't get played very much after I got Dialed In.

Exact same. My Tspp left on Friday. On tspp I love the theme and callouts but the game just isn't that fun to play.

#8 2 years ago

I vote TSPP i feel like it is harder compared to DI which i think is kinda easy compared to it.

#9 2 years ago

I’ve had both. Definitely DI. TSPP is an awesome game and I am currently looking for one again. The irony!

#10 2 years ago
Quoted from Coolpinballdino:

I vote TSPP i feel like it is harder compared to DI which i think is kinda easy compared to it.

You beat it already? On directors cut?

#11 2 years ago
Quoted from romulusx:

You beat it already? On directors cut?

At first i really did not like DI but it has been growing on me and i am starting to like it but i am a tournament player and the thing i don't like about it is you can just start grinding out the main multiball because they are safe shots which is what i like to do which gets boring but if you are playing for fun it is enjoyable to play through the modes.

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