I played a pro version on location for a couple hours and managed to put up enough points for "grand champion". The whole experience was hollow.
I like the speed and parts of the flow of the game. I was able to maintain long ball times. The hurry up modes we're amusing. That's the extent of anything positive for me.
The bumpers are blocked by the small screen feature. The mode choices don't change the structure of the playfield which seems to be missing any real stand out feature. Nothing moves other than a tie fighter that kind of bobbles. It's almost as stationary as RBION is.
I enjoyed seeing some movie clips but the cranked volume highlighted some really mumbled call outs and if IM is described as stripped down, then this playfield should be termed stark raving nude and about half as fun.
To me, this is a dull game with very dull artwork and would get old very quickly in a small collection. The shots are repetitive and combos , bonuses etc aren't very satisfying to achieve given it's lackluster light, point and sound integration.
On a fun factor level - a little better than Avatar and probably nearing Transformers in my opinion. Sooooo much more creativity could have been used here. I forced myself to stay with it given its repetitiveness but after 2 hours of searching for something to trigger that "just one more game feel", I was more than content to move on.
I feel bad posting this for those waiting for their first NIB pin. If you're a huge fan like me (had all the star wars figures including the mail away Boba Fett) then this game may be a let down. I imagine a lot of these will be hitting the secondary market shortly.