Lets tally up any interest in this as the soon to be Stern title.
Probable next title up in September 2014
I can see it now. Woo SHOOT MY ZOMBIE FRIENDS MODE!! I'd love that. ALL MY FAMILY IS DEAD Multiball, hell yes... Smell the Rotting Flesh bonus multiplier... My Kid Is Missing In The Forest Full Of Zombies Hurry-up. Wait, no, all that sounds like it would suck.
Zombieland, Shaun of the Dead, Rob Zombie, Resident Evil, all those make a little more sense thematically.
we've just been watching this show and it's pretty awesome. If the machine is done right i'd be interested, but if it's boring typical layouts we've seen a million times, with same old everything..then no.
I would be stoked on a Walking Dead pin but if I had a choice I'd easily choose an overall Night/Dawn/Day Romero trilogy themed pin. For me Pinball always seems more ideal for classic property and no so much contemporary licenses, even though manufacturers always want the current popular license.
Zombie attacks...lol. Good one!
Return of the living Dead! My all time favorite! Had to get carded in the movie theater in 1984! SERIOUS R rating on that one!
"Oh no. Trash is taking her clothes off again!"
Resident Evil would make a great LCD based game thanks to all the movies. Perhas release it with the next one as that white house battle looks like it will rap up the series nicely and earn it a pin.
I think Jpop hit the nail on the head with Zombie Adventureland for a non serious take on Zombies, which seems to work. I like the Walking Dead series, but it's a very serious show with pretty much no light moments, and I can't see it translating well to a pin. Humorous Zombieland or Shaun of the Dead might work though.
Almost all of my coworkers and friends watch the show and discuss on Monday. Then there's THAT guy; all by himself.
I can't ask 'Who doesn't dig zombies' anymore. It's THAT guy! (Pointing to my right.)
'Walking Dead' premiere gets fall's biggest rating
(EW) -- The third season premiere of a basic cable zombie drama just delivered a bigger rating in the adult demo than any entertainment series this fall — including all broadcast shows.
Sunday night's third season premiere of "The Walking Dead" delivered a huge 10.9 million viewers for its first telecast. But what's really impressive is the show's adults 18-49 demo rating of a 5.8.