I still fail to understand the target market for these. Where previous "home" games successful? Does anyone know anyone that has a Spiderman or Transformers? I have never seen one in person.
This reminds me of that shitty little Mercedes that came out in the early 2000's, what was that thing? The little C230? It gave everyone who really had no business buying an Mercedes a chance to buy a shitty impractical one for an entry level price and get to say "I have a Mercedes".
Same thing with this.
The market for pinball is operators and people with lots of disposable income. Operators wont touch the "home" games and 99.9% of people interested in pinball and have the disposable income can just spend the extra $2k and get the big boy version of a pinball machine. This thing is still awfully expensive for an impusle buy for people not already inflicted with the pinball sickness.
All I can say is I hope they get this silly "reveal" out of the way and quickly roll out the next ACTUAL game.