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Dialed In has been revealed!


By lordloss

4 years ago

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  • Latest reply 4 years ago by colonel_caverne
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#751 4 years ago
Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

Grab a drink, and play a game for me!
Still in Chicago...84 degrees today.

Will do Art, overly hot as shit today here.

However, another day on this earth is a great thing no matter the frustrations. Our lives are blessed given what's going on in other parts of the world sadly.

As you always say, "its just pinball" But its fun, even with the good, the bad and the ugly

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#752 4 years ago

But with the game being a standard body why does it or should it cost more than the previous two widebody games by JJP? You would think we would get more in WOZ and TH then Dialed In. I can't wait to play the standard first game Dialed in by Jack as I beleive I will like it more with more flow but wish this flow could get created in his widebody designs.

#753 4 years ago

Why would the width of the cabinet affect pricing? I'm not following you, it's not being sold by weight or displacement.

#754 4 years ago
Quoted from emkay:

Why would the width of the cabinet affect pricing? I'm not following you, it's not being sold by weight or displacement.

Just would think widebody games would have more in them then a standard cabinet game. I mean WOZ and TH have more on the playfield than a Stern game, not saying they play better buy have more in the game for the justified price.

#755 4 years ago

Oh, I don't think any of these prices are justified...

#756 4 years ago
Quoted from emkay:

Why would the width of the cabinet affect pricing? I'm not following you, it's not being sold by weight or displacement.

I dont know given you build a home at 5000 sq ft versus a home at 3000 sq ft, and you maintain quality as status quo there is a difference and its very proportionate. However having said this, Pat has almost made 3 years to come out with this tittle and theme so I do see gold faucets in this thing.

#757 4 years ago
Quoted from emkay:

Oh, I don't think any of these prices are justified...

As long as you don't know the full cost of the pin, you can't say If this is justified or not.

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#758 4 years ago
Quoted from colonel_caverne:

As long as you don't know the full cost of the pin, you can't say If this is justified or not.

Perhaps it's the language barrier but I don't think you caught my meaning. Thanks for the downvote though, that lends a great deal to the discussion.

#759 4 years ago
Quoted from emkay:

Perhaps it's the language barrier but I don't think you caught my meaning. Thanks for the downvote though, that lends a great deal to the discussion.

Jackontherocks has already answered you. The more you have on the playfield The more the pin is expensive to build.
So a widebody gets much more chance to be more expensive than a standard.
Now If you mean the new pins do not deserve their price, it is your right...and your problem. Stern, jpp and others do not force you to buy. You take or not.

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