Thank You JJ of The Game Exchange Denver,I got damn lucky to play 1 single game on 1 of 2 games that Game Exchange had in their warehouse.
They are basic versions (Pro model ?) basically still not announced that they shipped,they had very basic "BETA" software in them,I was told,Hell I would have never known the difference.
Gary Stern reportedly has a good relationship with the distributor,Game Exchange of Denver,
as do I,probably why they let me play 1 single game,on a machine in their back,back room.
My buddy was there yesterday,(Friday) (I could not get off from work,or I sure in the hell would have been there) while Gary Stern was there,Gary was getting feedback on these BETA versions.Only a few local pinheads got an invite.I was told Gary was very pleasant and receptive to the respected players comments.
So If I Had More $,I Would Absolutely Buy One!!!Tatman9999---you are gonna Love yours!!
It played great,I probably wouldn't know it was a BETA version if they hadn't told me.I liked how open the playfield was,cool ramps up top,cool toys,nice finish on everything I could see in 15 minutes.The best thing was that it kept locking balls,they disappeared under the playfield.Then rapid fire like a cannon or gattling gun all 5 balls were shot at me in a spray pattern,SO COOL!
That's it for a quick rundown,Here's a DUMB picture I took of myself while standing next to the machine.I hate pics of myself + I took it while holding the camera at arms length.
If any of you buy a machine in the Denver area,Call JJ at the Game Exchange of Denver,give them a shot at your business.My plug to them for graciously letting me play 1 game and for taking care of me in the past,THANKS!!
Kirk in Colorado