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Unofficial Big Buck Hunter Arcade thread (BBH)


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#701 17 days ago
Quoted from Barkz:

Thanks for the feedback. So what would you advise for setup for someone new? I like the idea of being able to play multiple versions (like safari, etc) and I don’t want things to burnout on me (like the old monitors) Is there a setup where this is possible? I like the idea of mounting a newer TV.

The pro, safari, open season, and world are (mostly) only available in the 27" crt style. The safari, open season and world had a 42" lcd deluxe model. The "world" is a combination of the previous 3 models.

The newer hd (and now reloaded) uses the sensor style guns. They are the ones that have online connectivity and allow for many games to be played.

We have both the hd (used) and reloaded ready to go.

#702 16 days ago
Quoted from Barkz:

Thanks for the feedback. So what would you advise for setup for someone new? I like the idea of being able to play multiple versions (like safari, etc) and I don’t want things to burnout on me (like the old monitors) Is there a setup where this is possible? I like the idea of mounting a newer TV.

It really comes down to budget and what’s Available. Maybe the one up arcade is good for you but don’t expect it to play like the buck hunter you are used to at the bar.

#703 15 days ago

Wait...

There's no online score tracking?

Dang, that's a fun component of Golden Tee.

#704 15 days ago
Quoted from PW79:

Wait...
There's no online score tracking?
Dang, that's a fun component of Golden Tee.

Yep, I would hold off on getting Reloaded to see if they can make this a home friendly game, not much value in it right now for me. After the Pro got taken away from us, my family has only played a handful of times. RAW Thrills isn't ready for the home market in my opinion and won't be ready for a while, if ever. The CEO told me that up until this year BBH was never meant to be a home game and he is trying to change that. In a couple years maybe there will be some value in this game, until then I''m stuck with a giant box that can only operate at half it's capacity.

#705 15 days ago

What I was told from Raw Thrills, basic stat tracking is live now, with ranking and deeper stat tracking being something they are working on now.

FWIW.

Quoted from PW79:

Wait...
There's no online score tracking?
Dang, that's a fun component of Golden Tee.

#706 15 days ago
Quoted from jalpert:

What I was told from Raw Thrills, basic stat tracking is live now, with ranking and deeper stat tracking being something they are working on now.
FWIW.

I'm not sure what you mean by "live now"? Is this something new? Seems to me the only way to track stats is to watch the screen in attract mode and wait until the animal you are interested in finally shows up. The game gives a local high score but doesn't elaborate who got the high score, just somebody? Hey Raw Thrills, check out the high score tables on any modern Pinball, that's what we expect. I feel like a beta tester with this game.

#707 15 days ago

I asked the question if these things stat tracked. Again, this is what I was told, this is an exact quote:

“Basic stats yes.”

What this means, I don’t know exactly, but I decided to take the plunge. I’ll let you know in a couple weeks.

And again, just my experience, but someone at the company took quite a bit of time with me. I asked some good questions and some dumb ones. Then, asked some of the same dumb ones again. My questions were met with both patience and information.

Afterwords, I felt good about my purchasing decision.

Quoted from Indusguys:

I'm not sure what you mean by "live now"?

#708 15 days ago
Quoted from jalpert:

I asked the question if these things stat track. Again, this is what I was told, this is an exact quote:
“Basic stats yes.”
What the means, I don’t know exactly, but I decided to take the plunge. I’ll let you know in a couple weeks.
And again, just my experience, but someone at the company took quite a bit of time with me. I asked some good questions and some dumb ones. Then, asked some of the same dumb ones again. My questions were met with both patience and information.
Afterwords, I felt good about my purchasing decision.

Basically you are getting a game that is considerably more fun in the bar then at home unfortunately. I feel the exact opposite about Pinball, better at home. When we had access to "Pro" at home we were competing against the world. I enjoyed playing the game by myself, and felt a deep sense of satisfaction when I had an epic hunt. Now I get to play the game "Casual" and look at the advertisements for "Pro", ya they keep the god damn Pro advertisements in the game for home users.
If Raw Thrills can think of a way to give me back Pro I will stop complaining. Until then anyone who comes on this thread looking for a new BBH Reloaded will be met with my disgruntled opinion.

#709 15 days ago

I think the basic stats tracking was adding the ability to put your initials down for casual , correct?

#710 15 days ago

I’ve never played Big Buck Hunter before, so hopefully the content that is there will suffice.

Did you not know you wouldn’t have access to some features? Were you told you could have the pro mode?

If they said you could have something and then took it away, I get it.

If you knew going in you wouldn’t have it, then they gave it to you for a while by mistake, I’m a lot less sympathetic.

Do you have what you paid for or were you misled?

Quoted from Indusguys:

Basically you are getting a game that is considerably more fun in the bar then at home unfortunately. I feel the exact opposite about Pinball, better at home. When we had access to "Pro" at home we were competing against the world. I enjoyed playing the game by myself, and felt a deep sense of satisfaction when I had an epic hunt. Now I get to play the game "Casual" and look at the advertisements for "Pro", ya they keep the god damn Pro advertisements in the game for home users.
If Raw Thrills can think of a way to give me back Pro I will stop complaining. Until then anyone who comes on this thread looking for a new BBH Reloaded will be met with my disgruntled opinion.

#711 14 days ago

They gave me access to pro by mistake, and then took it away without phoning me or letting me know I wouldn’t have access to it anymore. I had to contact them and ask them what had happened.
I certainly don’t think I was misled, because I purchased the game without speaking to any sales representative. So when I got the game and I had pro for a month, I thought that was the way the game was supposed to be. How wrong I was.

#712 14 days ago
Quoted from jalpert:

I’ve never played Big Buck Hunter before, so hopefully the content that is there will suffice.
Did you not know you wouldn’t have access to some features? Were you told you could have the pro mode?
If they said you could have something and then took it away, I get it.
If you knew going in you wouldn’t have it, then they gave it to you for a while by mistake, I’m a lot less sympathetic.
Do you have what you paid for or were you misled?

I am sorry if my posts made it seem as though I was looking for sympathy. I feel like I got screwed over, I hope it doesn’t happen to anybody else, and I hope some of my posts will help future buyers stay away from this unit for a while, or at least do more research than I did.

#713 14 days ago

Man, I don't get it... the game is awesome, even without PRO enabled. I can understand being frustrated that if someone had pro (by accident) and then it went away but you are still left with a very robust and polished game, this is no where near beta testing. Buying a reloaded cabinet now is getting the best of all the Big Buck progress that has been made of the last few years with the HD series. There is a ton of content just with the hunts, treks and bonus levels alone, then you add in the Duck Dynasty, Monsters, Zombies, Terminator... there is no other shooting game (past or present) in the marketplace that has this kind of variety. My wife and her friends spent a couple hours last night playing and having a blast with just the hunts and haven't even gotten into any of the reloaded content.

For those select few that are die hard into the competition and place high value on the live leaderboard, then perhaps its not the game for you, but for anyone else who is looking for a home game that everyone can enjoy Big Buck Hunter Reloaded does not disappoint. I for one do not regret the purchase.

#714 14 days ago

I just played a round of Golden Tee. Cambodia. Man it’s legit my favorite of the 2021 courses.

Big Buck would look awesome next to it.

Cmon Raw, make it so! Get Pro play integrated into the Home models.

#715 14 days ago

It’s more complicated than that. I’m not die hard into golden tee, but I always do competition play.

No matter how good or bad I play, it’s always great to see how you are stacking up.

We need to be able to play with other users in real time. IT can’t do it yet, get that going ASAP.

Quoted from RetroGamerJP:

For those select few that are die hard into the competition and place high value on the live leaderboard, then perhaps its not the game for you, but for anyone else who is looking for a home game that everyone can enjoy Big Buck Hunter Reloaded does not disappoint. I for one do not regret the purchase.

#716 14 days ago
Quoted from RetroGamerJP:

Man, I don't get it... the game is awesome, even without PRO enabled. I can understand being frustrated that if someone had pro (by accident) and then it went away but you are still left with a very robust and polished game, this is no where near beta testing. Buying a reloaded cabinet now is getting the best of all the Big Buck progress that has been made of the last few years with the HD series. There is a ton of content just with the hunts, treks and bonus levels alone, then you add in the Duck Dynasty, Monsters, Zombies, Terminator... there is no other shooting game (past or present) in the marketplace that has this kind of variety. My wife and her friends spent a couple hours last night playing and having a blast with just the hunts and haven't even gotten into any of the reloaded content.
For those select few that are die hard into the competition and place high value on the live leaderboard, then perhaps its not the game for you, but for anyone else who is looking for a home game that everyone can enjoy Big Buck Hunter Reloaded does not disappoint. I for one do not regret the purchase.

I don’t regret the purchase, I just hate that I have to go to my local bar to play the full version of a game I spent top dollar on.

#717 14 days ago
Quoted from jalpert:

It’s more complicated than that. I’m not die hard into golden tee, but I always do competition play.
No matter how good or bad I play, it’s always great to see how you are stacking up.
We need to be able to play with other users in real time. IT can’t do it yet, get that going ASAP.

Are you saying that if I purchase a Golden Tee as a home user that I will be able to compete as though I was a player in the bar?

#718 14 days ago

Never mind I was too excited and I found the information already.
Go Online for Even More

With an online subscription, Golden Tee Home Edition can be connected to the powerful ITNet system. If you play at the bar you can access your same player and golf history, access exclusive items in the GT Caddy app, enjoy time-released content and more!

#719 14 days ago

From what I understood, “Pro” mode isn’t going to be integrated per say, but over time, piece by piece will be added.

So, similar features might exist like tournament play and multiplayer, but it will exist separately and won’t interface with the commercial cabs.

Again, just how I understand it to be.

This would be good enough for me, I want real time multiplayer, I don’t care if it doesn’t communicate with commercial but only home
Units.

Quoted from PW79:

Cmon Raw, make it so! Get Pro play integrated into the Home models.

#720 14 days ago

This is how I got here:

A friend was goofing off with a multicade I have last year, and he played Golden Tee. I watched him, and said I have never heard of or tried that game.

Next thing all we played was the 18 courses of Golden Tee on the multicade.

Next game I purchased was a 2020 Golden Tee.

Then I stumbled on this thread and read about Big Buck Hunter.

I had never heard of, or played Big Buck Hunter.

I asked my Golden Tee friend about Big Buck Hunter, and he acted way more excited about it, than he did Golden Tee.

So next game purchased was a Reloaded mini offline.

The reasons I went with offline:

I really do not want any new monthly bills.

My internet is spotty here, trees fall on the lines every time I turn around and it takes forever for the cable company to repair them. (11 days most recently, and just temporary, lines are not back on the poles yet).

Cell phone service is spotty also here, even with Verizon, which does work the best here.

Anyway, not knowing anything about this game, my only disappointment from the Raw Thrills fliers was that I thought the game came with guns and bows.

BUT this game is so awesome, once I learned everything that works with offline, I have 0 complaints.

I had originally planned to upgrade Golden Tee about every 3 years, now I plan to leave it the way it is, and upgrade Big Buck Hunter with all new animal hunts they release, and maybe some of the other games they may release.

Before Big Buck Hunter my girlfriend and I played about 20 rounds of golf a week, and some pinball.

After Big Buck Hunter, we play around 1.5 hours of Big Buck a night together, and then she plays another hour of it by herself. Maybe 2-3 rounds of golf a week, and sadly no pinball. (not getting rid of anything though).

After playing Big Buck Hunter here for a while I started a topic about how awesome this, and Golden Tee is, and what will be the next big hit. So far nothing I know of, and it will be very hard to ever come up with a game as awesome as Big Buck Hunter.

Label me a fan boy of this game all day long, because I am/we are.

#721 14 days ago

Check out Family Guy bowling! I have never played it but it looks fun.

#722 14 days ago

To add to indusguys post about the pro content , the spokesperson said that we would have access to “everything except for tournaments”. It was later corrected to me that they misspoke and meant to say you have “everything but pro mode”.

I get that reloaded has content but are you guys really going back and playing terminator more than once or twice?

#723 14 days ago
Quoted from KingPinGames:

can you hear a "ticking" coming form the monitor chassis? if so, then you have a blown HOT (High Output Transistor). It will be located on a large metal heatsink. You can usually cross reference the numbers on the them to find a replaceable one. It will involve removing the chassis from the monitor (be careful as there are some VERY high voltages associated with crt (tube) monitors.

So had a chance to look at things. No ticking noise. Monitor just seems dead (no light or noise). Fuse good. Is there a resource for troubleshooting/repairing crt arcade monitors (like a clays guide)? Wondering what my options are to get this game playable. Can I buy a new or refurbed 27” crt anywhere? Will any 27” model work?

Orig monitor has some stickers:
wg2224692
Wgm2794-u0fso1q
Thomson a68ela21xo2

Any help getting is greatly appreciated!
thanks,
Matt

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#725 14 days ago

Just found a makvision 25.5” lcd Multisync monitor (49-2861-50). Says it does vga,cga,ega. Happ customer service said they don’t know if it would work in my bbh open season. Anyone tried this, Can I can replace my heavy 27” crt with this lcd display? Will it work ok with the light guns?

They have a 25% restocking fee so pretty expensive to just guess/try.
Thanks!

#726 14 days ago

Is that monitor alone not worth more than the game itself?

Quoted from dropdeadhippie:

Just found a makvision 25.5” lcd Multisync monitor (49-2861-50). Says it does vga,cga,ega. Happ customer service said they don’t know if it would work in my bbh open season. Anyone tried this, Can I can replace my heavy 27” crt with this lcd display? Will it work ok with the light guns?
They have a 25% restocking fee so pretty expensive to just guess/try.
Thanks!

#727 14 days ago

Ever since I started playing on casual play my software is crashing every second day or so, and I have to power down the machine and restart. Anyone else having crashing issues?

#728 14 days ago
Quoted from jalpert:

Is that monitor alone not worth more than the game itself?

Monitor is ~400 so not cheap but just heard from someone that it wont work anyway

#729 14 days ago
Quoted from dropdeadhippie:

Monitor is ~400 so not cheap but just heard from someone that it wont work anyway

There’s got to be some arcade guys around you that would have resources to help you out. Try Facebook arcade groups for your area, reach out that way. Try calling some brick and mortar arcades and get their operators information. Operators are constantly changing parts out, Or have spare machine and monitors ready to go sometimes

#730 14 days ago

Does everything else power up? It’s not an interlock switch, is it?

#731 13 days ago
Quoted from dropdeadhippie:

Just found a makvision 25.5” lcd Multisync monitor (49-2861-50). Says it does vga,cga,ega. Happ customer service said they don’t know if it would work in my bbh open season. Anyone tried this, Can I can replace my heavy 27” crt with this lcd display? Will it work ok with the light guns?
They have a 25% restocking fee so pretty expensive to just guess/try.
Thanks!

Not likely. I dont believe the LCD screen will create the bright white screen when you pull the trigger. That's what the guns in your game use to track movements

#732 9 days ago

Really want to buy big buck reloaded mini but everything is so complicated for this particular machine.

When I bought terminator salvation new in box for my basement years ago. You pay the bill and the game gets ship and then you play as much as you want that's it.

When you buy a jurrassic park, batman batmobile, walking dead, super bikes or fast and furious....same thing

Now the logic thing is if you want no engagement or anything just buy the mini or pano with every single games. Even if it's a game you might not play much like for example : in case of monsters lost island. That way the cie do not leave money on the table since you bought it.

My understanding after reading pages and pages is either you go online or offline you need to pay a 12 months subscription even if you already bought all the contents.

Who will purchase all the games if they still need a 12 months subcription ?

People will try the game and get fed up with terminator, zombies, monsters and after a year (if you choose to have 12 consecutive months) people won't play them and if they choose to disconnect raw thrills loses both way. No subscription, no content purchase.

In these times of covid where all bars are closes in my city for months how is this a good way of business ?

Let the people pay the bill and enjoy the same game they would get on location...to me it's simple logic.

#733 9 days ago

I own many pinball machines and still I used to go to bars (before covid) to play more pinball. Giving the same advantage to commercial bars and home owners is the way to go to make more money and everybody happy.

#734 9 days ago
Quoted from Darth_Chris:

Really want to buy big buck reloaded mini but everything is so complicated for this particular machine.
When I bought terminator salvation new in box for my basement years ago. You pay the bill and the game gets ship and then you play as much as you want that's it.
When you buy a jurrassic park, batman batmobile, walking dead, super bikes or fast and furious....same thing
Now the logic thing is if you want no engagement or anything just buy the mini or pano with every single games. Even if it's a game you might not play much like for example : in case of monsters lost island. That way the cie do not leave money on the table since you bought it.
My understanding after reading pages and pages is either you go online or offline you need to pay a 12 months subscription even if you already bought all the contents.
Who will purchase all the games if they still need a 12 months subcription ?
People will try the game and get fed up with terminator, zombies, monsters and after a year (if you choose to have 12 consecutive months) people won't play them and if they choose to disconnect raw thrills loses both way. No subscription, no content purchase.
In these times of covid where all bars are closes in my city for months how is this a good way of business ?
Let the people pay the bill and enjoy the same game they would get on location...to me it's simple logic.

My understanding is you can purchase Animals and Reloaded content outright and then you don't need to go online. I chose to go online because I have never played BBH much before, and wanted to see what was offered before I decided to pay hundreds of dollars for content I didn't play.
I would advise you hold off on your purchase for now though and see if Raw Thrills holds up to their promises of making this a good home purchase. As it stands right now the game is better on location because of online competitive play, stat tracking and offering a 5th site. As a home owner you will not have access to the full game. When you end up spending $10,000 CAD that is a real bummer.

#735 9 days ago
Quoted from PW79:

I just played a round of Golden Tee. Cambodia. Man it’s legit my favorite of the 2021 courses.
Big Buck would look awesome next to it.
Cmon Raw, make it so! Get Pro play integrated into the Home models.

I just purchased a 2021 Golden Tee, hoping it will scratch the inch that was left from BBH Reloaded.

#736 9 days ago

I hear you and thanks for sharing your experiences. I agree they need to improve things and keep it simple for home users. This is a market they cannot ignore. More and more people have crazy man caves and game rooms. I always liked raw thrills and play mechanic. They make great games. Keep it simple and fair for both locations and home use and they will sell ton of these. All my friends want one lol.

#737 9 days ago

A few pictures to proove I really love their games and the kids and I want more...... unfortunatly they are too young to go in bars yet hehehe

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#738 5 days ago

I don’t have a lot of time to play, and I’m not even sure this is exactly how the showdown feature works, but shoot me a PM if you want to try and play some live games today or whenever. I have a little time this afternoon. We can coordinate over text or discord.

I’m going to do a full write up on this game once have have it a bit.

#739 1 day ago
Quoted from Darth_Chris:

Really want to buy big buck reloaded mini but everything is so complicated for this particular machine.
When I bought terminator salvation new in box for my basement years ago. You pay the bill and the game gets ship and then you play as much as you want that's it.
When you buy a jurrassic park, batman batmobile, walking dead, super bikes or fast and furious....same thing
Now the logic thing is if you want no engagement or anything just buy the mini or pano with every single games. Even if it's a game you might not play much like for example : in case of monsters lost island. That way the cie do not leave money on the table since you bought it.
My understanding after reading pages and pages is either you go online or offline you need to pay a 12 months subscription even if you already bought all the contents.
Who will purchase all the games if they still need a 12 months subcription ?
People will try the game and get fed up with terminator, zombies, monsters and after a year (if you choose to have 12 consecutive months) people won't play them and if they choose to disconnect raw thrills loses both way. No subscription, no content purchase.
In these times of covid where all bars are closes in my city for months how is this a good way of business ?
Let the people pay the bill and enjoy the same game they would get on location...to me it's simple logic.

Sorry it seems complicated. It’s actually not too bad. If you want to buy it and play it all you want just buy the offline. This will be like everything you mentioned. Just turn it on and play whatever you want. Alternatively you can buy the online and purchase only the games you want most. Since you already have Terminator Salvation you could save $1000 not buying that particular game.

The simplest way to describe, the online version is like the old days, you get your buck hunter games, but have the option to go online and add all the extra games for $40/mo instead of purchasing them outright, which is really a great way to get extra games....however you certainly do not have to add them or pay the monthly. Just play Buck Hunter

#740 19 hours ago
Quoted from ovfdfireman:

Sorry it seems complicated. It’s actually not too bad. If you want to buy it and play it all you want just buy the offline. This will be like everything you mentioned. Just turn it on and play whatever you want. Alternatively you can buy the online and purchase only the games you want most. Since you already have Terminator Salvation you could save $1000 not buying that particular game.
The simplest way to describe, the online version is like the old days, you get your buck hunter games, but have the option to go online and add all the extra games for $40/mo instead of purchasing them outright, which is really a great way to get extra games....however you certainly do not have to add them or pay the monthly. Just play Buck Hunter

Can you cancel the $40/month fee at any time or is there a yearly commitment?

#741 19 hours ago
Quoted from pghpinfan:

Can you cancel the $40/month fee at any time or is there a yearly commitment?

I was told you have to agree to 12 months, but they do not have to be all in a row for a online machine.

#742 18 hours ago

I was told you have to agree to 12 months, but they do not have to be all in a row for a online machine.</blockquot

Would really like to try one of these out but just can’t agree with pricing.

#743 18 hours ago

We play our offline mini 1-2 hours every night. I doubt we will ever tire of the animal hunts. Some of the bonus rounds are a lot more fun than others.

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