What pics post or pm please!!! THX!
Both look great to me.
I hope Hope the design is on point and for god sake no plastic ramps on the LE.
I am still recovering from my Borg Gotg LE.
Funny !! Aerosmith and Metallica are the only ones I have bought out of all of the you listed. Must be me.
Laugh track is all I hear.. The whatever happened to Eddie music will get old fast. I have never been a lower playfield guy. Maybe a pro on this one for me.
Overall looks good..
How about 500 B&W pros. Black out edition models.
500 color model premiums.
50 Black out model LE.
That would get this going!!
Limited run black out additions .
I really like the pros cabinet artwork the best.
I am not really a lower play field guy. I have a AC/DC Luci and I could honestly care less about that lower play field.
Although I am very interested in trying the premium or LE on this pin as it looks very interesting .
The pro seems like a perfect buy for me on this one.
I really like the ramps on this pin. I am also really happy they did not take the pop up target off the left ramp for the pro.
The pro is gorgeous !
Quoted from Coolpinballdino:
After watching the new stream and having Dwight explain the rules i am really liking the lower pf. I think i will get a premium down the road as i also love the black and white.
Dwight really helped me out explaining this pin and the lower playfield and flipper buttons. I like what I see with the lower playfield.
Quoted from Who-Dey:
Munsters is like a fun size candy bar. Its awesome and you love it but theres not enough there. The theme rocks! Borg made it great design wise and Franchi make it great art wise, now Dwight needs to step up to the plate and make it great rule wise.
What candy bar? Who-Dat
Quoted from Squizz:
lol serious? Who-Dey
What chipped playfields same as sterns, sterns ghosting playfields, Spike system, Node boards, wrinkling decals over 2 titles, cheap locking bars, cheap playfield under support pins )replaced from the great standard sliding brackets.
JJP is way better built in more ways than one Imo.
I'm No stern fanboy
tell it like I see it....
I like locking bars .
Quoted from wtatumjr:
This is a very good game. I absolutely love it and will be adding it to my collection. Of course it's not for everybody - ever play a "top ten" game and come away dissapointed? I've found that it's best to buy what you like and forget what others think. Thats not to say the others are wrong just that some people like some games and some others. I love my Aerosmith because it's clean. simple, rewarding. Some like a game that has upper and lower playfields and a deep rule set. That's certainly OK . Whatever floats your boat.
5 of the top 10 I do not like.
Quoted from jfh:
Much of the handwringing on Munsters is not coming from Stern haters but from Munsters fans that really wanted the game to be a success but are concerned that the code is too dumbed down for a modern game. Fun layout (except for the stupid monotargets and lack of drop targets), fantastic ramps and good/great art packages.
And yet you trash the Elvira design before you even see it to make Munsters look better? Come on. You have fanboy blinders on and that is just as bad as those that hate for the sake of hating. Bullshit is bad whether it’s positive or negative.
Like you, I don’t worry about the resale value of my games because I’m a buy and hold type. But resale concerns me as part of the overall market and as an indicator of how well a particular title is received because that will determine what level of resource Stern will put into a game post-release. That’s especially important to me for games I want (like Munsters). Yes, I’m sure there will be some that buy both Munsters and Elvira. But more will have to choose one or the other because of money and/or space.
For me, it should have been easy because I like the Munsters theme a lot more than Elvira. I’m upset not because of what Munsters is today but that it almost certainly will not become what it could have/should have been. And Stern has telegraphed pretty clearly that what we see now is pretty much it which means a Munsters Premium in my game room has gone from a certain lock to less than a 50/50 proposition.
No new pins in today’s flooded markets is going to hold value.
All pins will drop $500 or more unless it is something rare or unuptanable.
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