Most likely...has the best chance of a re-run IMO. That being said, no need to wait. If you want a Tron there are plenty for sale.
Quoted from o-din:
Interest is one thing, but buyers are another. A VE Tron would probably end up costing north of 5k in a configuration like the original Pro. Any extra parts added would increase that amount. How many of those that are pumping for this to happen have $5500 ready to plunk down on this? I figure if they did they would already have one.
Yes, but if you throw on the lighted ramps...Cha-Ching!!!! Stern would be raking in this --->$$$$$$
Releasing a VE a year allows Stern to keep up (sorta) with coding games. Who isn't for that?
IMVE dropped IM prices to ~$4k...pre-VE it was ~$5.5k. The point is Stern saw some profit there and milked all the profit they could off it. Like IM, Tron is a stripped cost cut game that would allow them to have similar profits. It makes the most sense of any Stern game for a VE...even more than LOTR (sadly).
Quoted from centerflank:
That said……you morons speculating on VE editions and waiting on said version sound like complete dipshits. Truth.
Current Tron owners shaking in their boots and crying because a Tron VE makes the most sense out of any Stern game are a bunch of sad people. Quit trolling the Tron VE threads and get a life...better yet, go play your existing Tron. That said, I want one to be made. I won't buy it because I think the game is just ok, but it will make Stern a lot of money. Stern making money on VEs is good. I will buy a LOTRVE when it comes out eventually. And quit throwing around personal attacks, dipshit!
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