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Price check on CC


By realwhiz

7 months ago



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    #1 7 months ago

    Last time someone commented on a cactus canyon (Not continued) was over 2 years ago. Anybody sell one recently, any ideas of what one would go for now with the remake in the news? Assuming the game is in great condition. Considering picking one up.

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    AM

    #2 7 months ago

    $8500 to $11,000?

    #3 7 months ago

    Saw one for sale at Pintastic in July, and if I remember right, the price was $12,500. No mods, no LEDs. I don't think it sold.

    Prices for games that are (or used to be) the $8-12k range starting getting a little soft after the CGC remakes and multiple NIB game manufacturers.

    #4 7 months ago

    With a remake pending I wouldn't spend much. The allure is gone imho.

    I've never played other than VPX, but reviews seem to indicate it's kinda hit and/or miss.

    Buy the remake cheaper.

    #5 7 months ago

    If its true that its being remade I would wait as well. I have CC Continued that I paid $11.5 for and while I like it a lot the "added" or completed code is a little glitchy. I noticed if you shoot before the skill shot images are displayed on the DMD sometimes the score gets stuck overlayed on all the animations. Something similar happened during the shoot out mode, all four gunslingers were super imposed over the other animations. Also if the game sits idle for long periods the main music will hangup between modes. No choice to turn free-play off either, never understood why home roms have basic features nuetered.

    Maybe some of this just select to my machine but regardless I would wait if a remake is expected.

    #6 7 months ago
    Quoted from WolfManCat:

    I noticed if you shoot before the skill shot images are displayed on the DMD sometimes the score gets stuck overlayed on all the animations. Something similar happened during the shoot out mode, all four gunslingers were super imposed over the other animations. Also if the game sits idle for long periods the main music will hangup between modes. No choice to turn free-play off either, never understood why home roms have basic features nuetered.

    I've never seen that Skill shot display bug - if you could provide instructions to recreate it I'd be happy to look into fixing it.

    The bad guys in showdown are drawn in front of the score & other display animations on purpose. It's a design choice.

    The music bug is a known thing. It doesn't have anything to do with being idle, though, that I'm aware of. I haven't managed to figure out how to prevent it, but it has gotten more rare in recent code due to attempts at fixing it.

    And there's no choice to turn freeplay off because it's not meant for commercial use. There's literally no code to handle credits/pricing options, etc. Specifically because it's not super bullet proof.

    #7 7 months ago
    Quoted from epthegeek:

    I've never seen that Skill shot display bug - if you could provide instructions to recreate it I'd be happy to look into fixing it.
    The bad guys in showdown are drawn in front of the score & other display animations on purpose. It's a design choice.
    The music bug is a known thing. It doesn't have anything to do with being idle, though, that I'm aware of. I haven't managed to figure out how to prevent it, but it has gotten more rare in recent code due to attempts at fixing it.
    And there's no choice to turn freeplay off because it's not meant for commercial use. There's literally no code to handle credits/pricing options, etc. Specifically because it's not super bullet proof.

    Thanks for replying. Good to know the shootout animation is overlayed by design.

    The score bug happens after a few games, usually when the player plunges the ball as soon as its loaded into the shooter lane and before the current score has left the display. It is usually triggered by new players, general impatience and drunkeness.

    Other than a couple minor bugs the Continued package makes this a game worth owning longterm.

    #8 7 months ago

    The remake won’t have the continued software from what I’ve read.

    #9 7 months ago
    Quoted from hlaj78:

    The remake won’t have the continued software from what I’ve read.

    But I would imagine it could be loaded, no?
    I'd be willing to bet it has new code / extension of the old code. I can't imagine a company releasing a pin remake with unfinished code. Seems silly.

    #10 7 months ago

    Well, ended up pulling the trigger for a pretty amazing machine, much nicer than I thought it was. Has a plaque on it that says it's was given to: David Bohnett (a Billionare/Philantrophist) from the owners of Gamesville.com. (Would love to know the history on it) Guy I got it from didn't know much about it other than it came from a collection of several machines. It truly looks to be a HUO, the inside cabinet, coin door, back box and playfield all look like it just came from the factory (all matching boards/serial numbers) and it appears to be machine number 22 if that's what the last 3 of the serial number means. Just a few minor blemishes on the cabinet, wrinkling on legs (pretty standard) but a solid 9.5 machine IMO. Now the dilemma of what to do? Wait to see if what the remake is like or spend the money on the the CCC kit from Eric and be into for $11,500 and have to deal with possible issues??

    #11 7 months ago
    Quoted from realwhiz:

    Well, ended up pulling the trigger for a pretty amazing machine, much nicer than I thought it was. Has a plaque on it that says it's was given to: David Bohnett (a Billionare/Philantrophist) from the owners of Gamesville.com. (Would love to know the history on it) Guy I got it from didn't know much about it other than it came from a collection of several machines. It truly looks to be a HUO, the inside cabinet, coin door, back box and playfield all look like it just came from the factory (all matching boards/serial numbers) and it appears to be machine number 22 if that's what the last 3 of the serial number means. Just a few minor blemishes on the cabinet, wrinkling on legs (pretty standard) but a solid 9.5 machine IMO. Now the dilemma of what to do? Wait to see if what the remake is like or spend the money on the the CCC kit from Eric and be into for $11,500 and have to deal with possible issues??

    Quoted from realwhiz:

    Well, ended up pulling the trigger for a pretty amazing machine, much nicer than I thought it was. Has a plaque on it that says it's was given to: David Bohnett (a Billionare/Philantrophist) from the owners of Gamesville.com. (Would love to know the history on it) Guy I got it from didn't know much about it other than it came from a collection of several machines. It truly looks to be a HUO, the inside cabinet, coin door, back box and playfield all look like it just came from the factory (all matching boards/serial numbers) and it appears to be machine number 22 if that's what the last 3 of the serial number means. Just a few minor blemishes on the cabinet, wrinkling on legs (pretty standard) but a solid 9.5 machine IMO. Now the dilemma of what to do? Wait to see if what the remake is like or spend the money on the the CCC kit from Eric and be into for $11,500 and have to deal with possible issues??

    Spend the money on the CCC kit, install it and enjoy a great game.

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