(Topic ID: 213734)

Should I trade this for that?


By finnflash

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

I have an opportunity to trade my Simpsons pinball party for a Guardians of the Galaxy.
I have not played the new code and don't know how well it is, and I feel like the Simpsons is a bit clunky but still a good game.
Am I crazy for thinking this? what do you guys think?

#2 1 year ago

Keep Simpson i still think guardians is play orb multiball over and over.

#3 1 year ago

In terms of value, TSPP is always going to be desirable. Most of the new stern games as of late tend to take a hit in value on the secondary market. At the same time, the prices on classic games keep creeping up.

In terms of fun, it's hard to say yet if GOTG is going to have staying power or not. From what I've seen, it seems like it's fairly repetitious. Also, from what I've heard, it's been mediocre on location.

I like the theme and the layout is somewhat interesting, but if it were me, I'd probably hang onto TSPP unless you really find yourself not liking it any more.

#4 1 year ago

I would keep TSPP for now.

#5 1 year ago
Quoted from Cloud7:

I would keep TSPP for now.

Ditto. I would keep for now. You will always be able to find a guardians pin if code makes it a great pin.

#6 1 year ago

Only you know what you like and your financial situation but if it was me I’d keep TSPP.

#7 1 year ago

Don’t think I’d do that trade at the moment. If your Simpsons is in very good condition it should be worth more than GOTG. I recently saw one for sale for $4500

#8 1 year ago

With your collection keep the Simpsons. You already have a game with GOTG basic shot path (Met) and a game with GOTG basic rules (KISS) so you aren't really gaining anything. If you had nothing but stop and go games I would suggest the change as GOTG has some good flow "if" you are hitting the shots. But since you already have several games that basically cover the play and rules of GOTG I'd keep that Simpsons to keep the diversity in your collection.

#9 1 year ago

My son and wife really like GOTG, i have not warmed up to it yet. I also am really wanting an lcd pin, so there is that.

#10 1 year ago
Quoted from finnflash:

My son and wife really like GOTG, i have not warmed up to it yet. I also am really wanting an lcd pin, so there is that.

Sell TSPP and either save up a little more or maybe sell another title and get a DI. I think your family will like it and it's a LCD pin with good rules

#11 1 year ago

I’d keep TSPP.

#12 1 year ago

TSPP is the greatest pinball machine of all time. Keep it.

#13 1 year ago

If you want an LCD pin, then get a Star Wars. It would fit nicely in your collection.

#14 1 year ago
Quoted from Russell:

TSPP is the greatest pinball machine of all time. Keep it.

Greatest of all time?? I don't think I would go that far.

#15 1 year ago

You can always get another TSPP and you think it's clunky. Trade it and if you miss it, pick up a nicer example down the road.

#16 1 year ago
Quoted from Russell:

TSPP is the greatest pinball machine of all time. Keep it.

I agree he should keep TSPP but it's very far from being the greatest.

#17 1 year ago
Quoted from Toasterdog:

You can always get another TSPP and you think it's clunky. Trade it and if you miss it, pick up a nicer example down the road.

Thats what is making my pause, my tspp is the nicest one i have seen.

#20 1 year ago

Price/value wise it's a fair trade. The new GOTG code is much better than it was, so it's not a bad game, and there is value to a brand new shiny game verses a 15 year old game. Bottom line is you won't be losing any money/value on the trade.

It's always tough to "let go" of a great game, but we only have room for so many and it's fun to try out different games.

#21 1 year ago

It’s a fair trade financially. Get the one you/your family likes best.

#22 1 year ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

It’s a fair trade financially. Get the one you/your family likes best.

This. They’re just things. If you have your eye on a game, go for it.

#23 1 year ago

Get the gotg play it a while sell repeat

#24 1 year ago

GOTG LE or Prem?

#25 1 year ago
Quoted from spfxted:

GOTG LE or Prem?

If this deal involved either of those it would be the easiest decision in the world. I’m pretty sure we’re talking Pro.

#26 1 year ago

My TSPP will be the last game to ever leave my collection.

Keep it.

#27 1 year ago
Quoted from Russell:

TSPP is the greatest pinball machine of all time. Keep it.

Quoted from mrossman5:

Greatest of all time?? I don't think I would go that far.

You didn't...he did.

#28 1 year ago

TSPP for sure.

-1
#29 1 year ago

If it were me...TSPP

#30 1 year ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

I’m pretty sure we’re talking Pro.

Then I'd say Forget it!

#31 1 year ago

Yes, its a pro

#32 1 year ago

Definite no on moving the TSPP for that. You will lose $1000 easy on it

#33 1 year ago

Don't even think about it!

#34 1 year ago

Funny thing is, I think he backed out anyway.

#35 1 year ago

Tspp is easily the superior game, but if you don't play it or enjoy it anymore, then get something else. It's pretty simple. Value wise it's a close trade. Id sooner sell tspp for $5k and buy a used gotg around 4500.

#36 1 year ago
Quoted from finnflash:

My son and wife really like GOTG, i have not warmed up to it yet. I also am really wanting an lcd pin, so there is that.

The new code has completely changed the pin. It's almost like Stern realized it stunk and went back to the drawing board. Prior to the update drop I'd have said keep Simpsons. Now, I'd say it's a fair trade. GOTG is quite good now.

#37 1 year ago

I currently have TSPP in my collection and love it right now. I had a nice Whitewater and recently traded it for a TWD Premium (NIB) and am happy with the trade. The new Stern games are fun and reliable in my opinion. I believe you should get what you think is fun and not think about the future of of the value so much.

#38 1 year ago
Quoted from PismoArcade:

My TSPP will be the last game to ever leave my collection.
Keep it.

Agreed I had one and sold it and instantly regretted it. TSPP is one of the best games out there in my opinion I ended up buying another one that was super nice. If yours is in good shape hang on to it. Most others I have seen are beat up pretty badly. They seem to be harder to find in excellent condition

#39 1 year ago

Gonna keep this one, and instead Im heading to pick up a Star Wars today!
Thanks for all the comments

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