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Sterns home Star Wars

By vidgameseller

88 days ago

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#170 88 days ago

It actually looks like it could be pretty cool/fun. Especially if it's a full sized playfield and at a decent price. Looks like they did the best they could with the art, given the constraints. It's still kinda bland. Reminds me of a lunchbox. But hey, it gets the job done and I'm fine with that.

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#576 41 days ago
Quoted from KenLayton:

I see in the unboxing video, there is no cabinet woofer speaker. Hole and grill is there, but no speaker

George said on a podcast that there will be a line of accessories for this model. He talked about a speaker upgrade specifically. I think it adds two more speakers or something like that.

What is the playfield made of? It didn't look like the standard plywood. But I can't be sure. Also, the cabinet seems to be made of a different type of board? If so, it's not necessarily a bad thing. I guess it would depend on the grade of the material.

Seems like a pretty cool game. My guess is that kids and non-pinheads will find it more approachable. I may get one. If it were a bit less expensive I would have ordered one already.

#608 38 days ago

I haven't verified this for sure yet. But I believe the main CPU and the other node board are standard Spike 2 boards. Which would mean that the documentation is already out there. And that they will be as readily available as they are for any Spike 2 system. The other main parts (flippers, light boards, slings) are all standard too I believe. There is also built in diagnostics for Spike 2. A manual is rarely needed. Mostly just for part numbers.

So, if these are indeed the same parts used in the other Spike 2 games. Then there will be no more problem servicing these as any other Spike 2. I don't know anyone who has difficulty keeping their modern Stern games running and in good repair.

For me, serviceability does not come into the equation when considering purchasing this or not.

Just my 2 cents.

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