Quoted from FarFromHeaven26:
Dirtbag66, Zavadoza and anyone else curious, here ya go:
This is the link to my NEWEST post at WONDERS IN THE DARK, officially and irrefutably confirming my status as co-founder, editor and film critic at the site. It doesn't mean much except it affirms my legitimacy. For those who offered kind words and support I thank you! Now that everyone knows where I live you can come by and play my AFMR, MMR, MBR, WOO Emerald, and Elvis anytime!!!
I think you won.
No rush for the LE’s at 5000 units.
And they’ll be doing well to sell 500 Ce’s.
Definitely going to wait to play on this......which is how it should be.
Am I missing something.......just watched 10 minutes of the Buffalo stream and saw nothing but fairly basic animations. Saw nothing from the movie at all. And the music was generic synth music that also wasn’t from the film.
Was anything mentioned about movie clip and music rights from the film?
Edit: yep, was missing it- watched a bit more and they started to show some clips.
Quoted from delt31:
watch more of the stream b/c there are many clips. I watched almost all of it and it's in there no question.
Quoted from bigd1979:
Clips are in there... Obviously the code will mature and im sure there is still alot to add
Yeh, was just watching some more and they’re in there. I’m sure they’ll get more in there as code matures.
Quoted from jimwe5t:
Can’t believe many always making excuses for JJP flipper strength. Their flipppers are weak no matter which game you play and when. Every JJP game of all my friends have the same issue: weak flippers. It is the inherit design of JJP flippers. It appears they don’t want things to get bashed and broken on their tables, which is understandable, but makes for a less fun pinball experience. Play a JJP table anywhere and you’ll soon realize it is a universal JJP issue.
I’ve owned every JJP except POTC, and never had an issue with weak flippers.
Quoted from f3honda4me:
Thanks I’ll have to look. Would be nice if stern stopped cheaping out on every little thing.
Have a look at Munsters LE (and I’m assuming Premium). Not only is the game packed and weighs a ton, but the complete cabinet (except backbox) is Ply, including the base, and the insides are now laminated. All legs are reinforced using standard Bally/Wms style leg brackets. Pretty hard to differentiate this game from a JJP.
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