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What is your overall consensus on Ghostbusters and who is buying.

By zr11990

3 years ago

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#8 3 years ago

I'm worried it will be too "Data Easty" for me and be a their classic 10lbs of sh*^ in a 5lbs bag. This is just from looking at it, haven't got a chance to play it yet.
I have a pro on order.

#16 3 years ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

GB is going to go down as one of the best pins ever made. It has everything going for it.

That's not a universal opinion; seems there are people not liking the bi-sexual ramp deal. I'll have to play it when I get it; I hope it's a great one.

#26 3 years ago
Quoted from Guinnesstime:

. Can't see how it's not a winner.
Sold LOTR to help fund. I've had enough 45min + games to know that I don't belong in Valinor.

It can end up just not "feeling right." I hope not, but you never know.

Did you get to Valinor with the glass off before you sold it? It did that with Met right before I sold it.

#157 3 years ago
Quoted from DefaultGen:

What's fatally flawed about Mustang? My only issue with Mustang is the art and theme. A killer toy wouldn't have hurt, but Ghostbusters sure has that.

It's very flat, And too much space is taken up by the top rollovers/pops. I've always had fun playing it though...but it's a bit blah.

#160 3 years ago
Quoted from xTheBlackKnightx:

You just described "The Hobbit" trademarked by pre-order buyers.
There is no need to defend anything.

Yup. I have a GB on order...but I'm still worried.

#165 3 years ago
Quoted from DefaultGen:

Damn, did you people complain Mustang is too flat and cause Trudeau to make some WWE mini playfield nonsense! I agree Mustang doesn't have a super interesting playfield but it's fun and works at least.

I think we can all agree, even at the time of the WWE announcement, Trudeau and Stern weren't listening to ANYONE aboot the next game they should make.

Quoted from DaveH:

I feel that Mustang really needed a second ramp.


#170 3 years ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

I think both of those games lack interactive toys as well as traditional ramp flow which in the end hurt their popularity. I'm not seeing either concern with Ghostbusters.

You're not seeing non-traditional ramp flow an issue in GB? This is one of the areas that seems a bit iffy to me...but I haven't played it yet.

#173 3 years ago
Quoted from Flato:

That's only the pro the premium will have 2 ramps

Quoted from PanzerFreak:

Well, from a premium / LE perspective no. I can see how the right ramp on the pro would be a concern to some players.

Correct, I'm speaking aboot the pro. I guess we can act like it's a done deal/perfect game unless we're talking aboot the pros.

That does not seem like the slam dunk you've laid out; that's my concern.

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