(Topic ID: 149924)

Stern to detail every game ever made by them.


By Captain_Kirk

3 years ago



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  • Latest reply 3 years ago by dmbjunky
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    #201 3 years ago

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    #202 3 years ago

    These guys didn't need the "anti-creeper" treatment. Another keeper from Sega.

    #203 3 years ago

    Id like to see this one more. Again a little gunshy to own one cause of the huge DMD.

    #204 3 years ago

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    #205 3 years ago

    Now we're talking!

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    #206 3 years ago

    That's it? Apollo is the last one?

    #207 3 years ago

    They've gotten sidetracked it seems.....

    #208 3 years ago

    So who u gonna call?

    #209 3 years ago

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    #210 3 years ago

    Why, Captain_Kirk--of course!

    #211 3 years ago
    Quoted from Captain_Kirk:

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    Bring back the Easter eggs in new games being made

    #212 3 years ago

    I can imagine risqué animations. I wonder what risky animations look like?

    #213 3 years ago

    Well, the xenia head squish animation seems risky enough, cant really see something being that much more risky so it could not be put into the game.

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    #214 3 years ago

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    #215 3 years ago

    "First machine with single pivot playfield"???? I've never owned a DE / Sega game from that era, what are they referring to?

    #216 3 years ago

    Uhmm..maybe the spinning disc?

    #217 3 years ago

    "Outline drain effect"?

    Is that supposed to read "Outlane drain effect"?

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    #218 3 years ago

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    #219 3 years ago

    My very first pinball machine!!!! Still love it!

    #220 3 years ago

    "Was a low production game." Price just jumped $1,000 because it's rare!

    (Maybe that's part of the reason they don't release numbers )

    #221 3 years ago
    Quoted from aobrien5:

    "Was a low production game." Price just jumped $1,000 because it's rare!
    (Maybe that's part of the reason they don't release numbers )

    A lot came to Brazil!

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    #222 3 years ago

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    #223 3 years ago

    Any idea on the production numbers on any of these?

    #224 3 years ago

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    #225 3 years ago

    Hell yeah!!!!!

    #226 3 years ago
    Quoted from bobukcat:

    "First machine with single pivot playfield"???? I've never owned a DE / Sega game from that era, what are they referring to?

    Twister doesn't have the traditional Stern/ Data East playfield slide out system. It has a hinge in the cabinet so the playfield can pivot into the uprite position easily. I thought it worked good compared to what GnR had which on a wide machine could not only damage the machine, but the user. And I know it did.

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    #227 3 years ago

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    #228 3 years ago

    I've hardly even seen this game, let alone the wizard mode. Now I want to find a video.

    #229 3 years ago

    Anyone ever see the optional 3D backglass for SW Trilogy or JP Lost World?

    #230 3 years ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    Twister doesn't have the traditional Stern/ Data East playfield slide out system. It has a hinge in the cabinet so the playfield can pivot into the uprite position easily. I thought it worked good compared to what GnR had which on a wide machine could not only damage the machine, but the user. And I know it did.

    So it's like the pivot system WMS used on System 11 games like HS and F14?

    #231 3 years ago
    Quoted from bobukcat:

    So it's like the pivot system WMS used on System 11 games like HS and F14?

    I love that pivot setup. Wish more games had it.

    #232 3 years ago
    Quoted from Slim64:

    I love that pivot setup. Wish more games had it.

    And bop, and space station, and SOF , and.... I wish more games had it too

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    #234 3 years ago

    I am really curious as to what differs in the Neiman Marcus version, if there is something extra or it was just 12 early productions or something?

    #235 3 years ago

    Who the hell is neiman marcus?

    #236 3 years ago
    Quoted from AlexSMendes:

    Who the hell is neiman marcus?

    High end department store

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    #238 3 years ago

    A special secret you say?

    #239 3 years ago

    "It's a secret to everybody".

    #240 3 years ago

    "STARSHIP TROOPERS - 1997. Based on the hit box office movie of the same name, Starship Troopers was released in 1997.
    The flippers were in-line rather than staggered, and a little known fact is that if the ball is cradled with the big flipper up, flipping the little flipper will score the left saucer. The big flipper acts like a ball guide.
    Programmer Orin Day made two cameo appearances in the display, as the Joker Bug in the Psychic Test card deck, and also in the match sequence.
    Jake Busey provided custom speech for the game under the direction of Paul Verhoven.
    One may notice that the planet names on the playfield did not all appear in the first movie, they were taken from the book! This is a special nod to hardcore Starship Trooper fans!
    The machines toys above the playfield were re purposed from commercially available items, but the under playfield brain bug was custom molded for the game. It is said that the original prototype is laying around the Product Development area somewhere in Chicago.
    Besides entering their initials, high scoring players can also select a trooper image to appear next to their score. In addition to the movie characters, special images are available including a demon, a cow (of course!), and a Starfish Trooper.
    This was the 5th game of 6 to be in the unique "Sega Showcase" backbox category."

    I assume the secret is they are from the book. Maybe not though.

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