TX Sector was just released as the new table on Pinball Arcade, and I am loving it. I think its appeal probably has more to do with a player's age than anything. I always used to think of pinball as this kind of 1950's baby boomer, rock'n'roll thing and for me that has zero appeal. I'm 47 and was 18 in 1987, when TX Sector was released. That whole era of the beginning of electronic dance music, KLF, the Orb, Technotronic, Salt-n-Pepa supersonic, Roland drum machines and all the amazing sounds coming out of Detroit, is what does it for me. Maybe it's the drugs we were doing? Who knows. It's the beginning of the video game era, and to see a pinball table with that same sound and look is super appealing for a certain generation of pinball enthusiasts. It's like a sort of low-rent Tron knock-off that actually turned out very cool. Cooler than Tron now that that franchise has been ruined by its resurrection as a modern CGI spectacle. I have only recently got into pinball, didn't really get the appeal when I was a teenager, but it's tables like this one that have me grinning and grooving when I discover them. Maybe that helps explain the appeal. From a purist pinball perspective, it might not be that great a table.