Ok. First off, I wish p3 all the best. If D&B decides to put these in all of their locations, it could be a big deal for p3 but this isn't good for pinball.
D&B is garbage entertainment comprised mainly of redemption games. I can't imagine anyone in the pinball community being D&B regulars.
D&B putting in p3 is the equivalent of traveling carnies setting up a pinball machine next to the "Guess Your Age" booth at the fair. Would that be great for pinball?
I am forced to go to Dave and Busters once every two or three years for a work party and I have never heard anyone look at a machine and say "I want one of these in my home." Probably because the people that waste money at that place by definition aren't good at making financial decisions.
Maybe we could put up fliers at gas stations next to the lottery scratcher tickets, or even better yet, they could advertise at payday loan offices.
Like I said I hope p3 catches on and would like to play it someday soon. I would even consider buying one, but let's not pretend that the title of this article is basically "WE SOLD TWO MACHINES." That is a far cry from this being a big day for all of pinball.