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Who will steal the show at expo 2016!!! poll included


By cavalier88z24

2 years ago



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“Who's going to steal the show at expo 2016”

  • Stern Batman '66 102 votes
    14%
  • Heighway Alien 143 votes
    20%
  • JJP #3 pat Lawlor's game 395 votes
    55%
  • other manufactures 77 votes
    11%

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#301 2 years ago
Quoted from TomGWI:

I never saw Alien after Twin Peaks did it ever make it Over to expo ?
Saw the machine there but never got to play it. I thought the whole Twin Peaks thing was badly organized. No one was checking vouchers so anyone could stroll in.
Stern's Batman museum was nice with the games roped off but I would have liked to actually play the machine. I guess I can't blame them if the code was still sub par.
I was thinking about buying a premium but since I didn't have a chance to play it I'll probably wait a year or 2 until the code is done since I'm still waiting for some of my games to get updated.
Dialed In surprised me. When I heard the title I thought bad things for JJP. When I played it, I have to say it was a lot of fun and I like the way the LCD is intergrated into the game (no 4 way WOZ or Hobbit split). The game had good flow and was jam packed with stuff. Magnets under the playfield, lights that make your flipper flutter was cool. The only problem is I don't want to pay $9k for the game. If the game was less I would probably buy it. Might be one I pickup on the secondary market. It was nice they had a ton of games to play.
Saw Dominos. I thought it looked cool and was fast. Just not a theme I'm into.
Saw the Houdini playfield. Looked good but JPop involved so I'd have to pass just because of the MG, ZA, & AIW stuff. Another museum moment at the show.
I think Dialed In stole the show. It was the only game that had a line at Expo to play it.

Any impressions regarding Alien?

Edit: sorry, read too fast

#302 2 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

Did Spooky have anything there? Domino's?

As of Saturday, there is a Domino's in the vendor room.
.................David Marston

#303 2 years ago

The custom Nightmare Before Christmas game has an awesome layout and I think will be really fun as it progresses.

#304 2 years ago

You couldn't pay me to have a cell phone, been without it for 48 years I don't need it now so the game has minus zero interest for me. Batman looks like a rehash and waaayyy over priced. Alien.......not my thing and same thing goes for Nightmare Before Christmas. Houdini/JPop...don't hold your breathe. Aerosmith, I'm not digging the artwork and it's just another music themed game and while I love Aerosmith I'm not into this game. Domino's....?? Go figure. That Budweiser game ........why?
I'm glad to see that these companies are willing to save me so much money.

Didn't PPS announce another remake or no?

I think the best reveal over the Expo Weekend......was mine.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

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#305 2 years ago

JJP #3 all day long, Looks to be a great game!!

#306 2 years ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

You couldn't pay me to have a cell phone, been without it for 48 years I don't need it now so the game has minus zero interest for me.

I have seen this comment a lot, but reality is the game doesn't require a cell phone, it's just an extra feature for those who want to take advantage of it, just like having the ability to pay for a game with your phone OR coins...user's choice. I applaud Lawlor for trying to implement some new technology in what has otherwise been a very stagnant platform for decades.

#307 2 years ago

IMHO no one stole the show.

I'm really pleased with the Alien reception, was super positive, but no way we stole the show, that would be overstating it IMHO. (I'm on a plane now, but when I left Expo around 3pm the two Alien games were getting played in the vendor hall for people asking).

Batman looked really colorful and cool, those SLE deals were slick, but that's all you could see, zero insight into gameplay. You can't steal a show if you can't flip.

Dialed In had an impressive 5 games, and people lined up to play them, but the response during the reveal blunted the initial excitement. More of a slow burn on that one I suspect, see how the price plays out with people, and if the theme grows on folks.

No remake announcement.

Was a great show, lots to see and do, but to steal the show I think you need the kind of buzz TBL had 2 years back, when they really just blew everyone away and poured the kool-aid all weekend. And see how that turned out, 2 years later only now really shipping any games, stealing the show is overrated.

#308 2 years ago

Now I just read that there's a kickstarter program for a Stern book? You've got to be kidding me? I'm not a fan of people asking for money for anything through a kickstart program, let along a huge company like Stern or whoever is actually doing it (but Stern is financially involved and you can bet on it). Come on Stern. Stop begging for money and get back to the days of TSPP era and put out quality games at a price that everyone can afford.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

#309 2 years ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

You couldn't pay me to have a cell phone, been without it for 48 years I don't need it now so the game has minus zero interest for me. Batman looks like a rehash and waaayyy over priced. Alien.......not my thing and same thing goes for Nightmare Before Christmas. Houdini/JPop...don't hold your breathe. Aerosmith, I'm not digging the artwork and it's just another music themed game and while I love Aerosmith I'm not into this game. Domino's....?? Go figure. That Budweiser game ........why?
I'm glad to see that these companies are willing to save me so much money.
Didn't PPS announce another remake or no?
I think the best reveal over the Expo Weekend......was mine.
John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

john dayhuff video from expo

#310 2 years ago
Quoted from mrgone:

john dayhuff video from expo

LOL......I didn't like it, I LOVED it !!! LOL.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

#311 2 years ago
Quoted from TomGWI:

I never saw Alien after Twin Peaks did it ever make it Over to expo ?
Saw the machine there but never got to play it. I thought the whole Twin Peaks thing was badly organized. No one was checking vouchers so anyone could stroll in.
Stern's Batman museum was nice with the games roped off but I would have liked to actually play the machine. I guess I can't blame them if the code was still sub par.
I was thinking about buying a premium but since I didn't have a chance to play it I'll probably wait a year or 2 until the code is done since I'm still waiting for some of my games to get updated.
Dialed In surprised me. When I heard the title I thought bad things for JJP. When I played it, I have to say it was a lot of fun and I like the way the LCD is intergrated into the game (no 4 way WOZ or Hobbit split). The game had good flow and was jam packed with stuff. Magnets under the playfield, lights that make your flipper flutter was cool. The only problem is I don't want to pay $9k for the game. If the game was less I would probably buy it. Might be one I pickup on the secondary market. It was nice they had a ton of games to play.
Saw Dominos. I thought it looked cool and was fast. Just not a theme I'm into.
Saw the Houdini playfield. Looked good but JPop involved so I'd have to pass just because of the MG, ZA, & AIW stuff. Another museum moment at the show.
I think Dialed In stole the show. It was the only game that had a line at Expo to play it.

I would agree dialed in was the most flippable, complete one of the 3. But if you saw the mob scene at twin peaks ( I actually got about 10 single ball games in) It easily held its own ( and then some) . BM was gorgeous, and Stern has the luxury of customers knowing realistic timelines exist.

Alien took it for me, with BM a Very close second....just can't handle anything to do with a cell phone in/ on my game...

#312 2 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

IMHO no one stole the show.
I'm really pleased with the Alien reception, was super positive, but no way we stole the show, that would be overstating it IMHO. (I'm on a plane now, but when I left Expo around 3pm the two Alien games were getting played in the vendor hall for people asking).
Batman looked really colorful and cool, those SLE deals were slick, but that's all you could see, zero insight into gameplay. You can't steal a show if you can't flip.
Dialed In had an impressive 5 games, and people lined up to play them, but the response during the reveal blunted the initial excitement. More of a slow burn on that one I suspect, see how the price plays out with people, and if the theme grows on folks.
No remake announcement.
Was a great show, lots to see and do, but to steal the show I think you need the kind of buzz TBL had 2 years back, when they really just blew everyone away and poured the kool-aid all weekend. And see how that turned out, 2 years later only now really shipping any games, stealing the show is overrated.

Nailed it in terms of my impressions (without being there).

#313 2 years ago

What about Brooks & Dunn?

#314 2 years ago
Quoted from TomGWI:

I was there. But did not take pics.

oh ok lol. I have been binge watching Twin Peaks the TV show by David Lynch. Lol. Thx!

#315 2 years ago

Did anyone get pics of the IM w/color screen? It wasn't fully done and in Beta, but the dude that put the time into it was cool. Great stuff with full color action scenes from the movie. Good Job, just wish I took a pic to show everyone. Very impressed and hope to see it again fully done.

#316 2 years ago
Quoted from PaulCoff:

Did anyone get pics of the IM w/color screen? It wasn't fully done and in Beta, but the dude that put the time into it was cool. Great stuff with full color action scenes from the movie. Good Job, just wish I took a pic to show everyone. Very impressed and hope to see it again fully done.

Eric posts his videos in the IM Owners thread. Check some of his most recent posts...

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/iron-man-owners-club?tu=epthegeek

He also did the colorization for the Iron Man ColorDMD.

#317 2 years ago

Once you get past the title, dialed on has a lot going for it (except the price). I think if had been called "disaster city" or something like that and the cellphone feature would have been viewed as a cool feature/twist. Game, animation, etc looks to me like Simcity

Did not get to play Alien line was too long and it was shutoff during banquet. The look of the playfield, toys, art, etc did not blow me away, struck my the look of a 90s gottlieb. The display stuff, from the bits I saw looked pretty good. Suspect alien fans will be happy overall, but don't see this becoming a must have pin for many.

B66s looked colorful, bright and with some cool stuff, but who can really tell when it was not flipping.

P3 had a four machine setup with their different games. games always being played but no lines, then again even dialed in was never more than one person waiting, which says more about attendance, both Friday and Saturday night pretty quiet in be for hall.

No remake announcement, not sure if the backed off with so many other things or if they have run into delays or. . .

Dominoes -- looks nice with s cohesive art package, has similarities to other spooky pins. looks pretty basic, but given the primary market is dominoes franchise owners, probably has the right balance between approachable and maintainable while being a fun play.

Homebrew section great as always. Eric's ironman with HD clips is looking really nice and he just recently started it. Total annihilation is an 80s style game on steroids as far as an amazing RGB light shows, sounds/music and nice speed and features. Doom looked awesome, but only had one quick game on it? Given the layout lots of potential once Matt gives the rules focus. Buffy continues to impress and gets better each year, Great quality to the game both the fit and finish of the machine and the rules and animations. Don't get how this machine does not get moreove. Nightmare before Christmas has lots of potential and advanced nicely with graphics, looking forward to seeing real Ramps and art on it.

I'll let others comment on my machine, Casino.

Overall a great expo, seemed there was a really positive vibe thoughout the show, despite seeming a little quiet. Really enjoyed getting to meet a bunch of pinsiders. I'm an introvert so nice when folks stop by to play my game and introduce themselves, great putting a face to a name, even though I suck at remembering them.

#318 2 years ago
Quoted from Taxman:

Actually it normally gets kind of quiet during shows since pinheads are there and busy. A couple of leaks, pics and bursts. But the scramble comes later. Pinside thrives off speculation. When the facts hit there is not much to say.

This was one opinion that wasn't right.
Biggest explosion I've ever seen on a show weekend.

#319 2 years ago
Quoted from Ericpinballfan:

This was one opinion that wasn't right.
Biggest explosion I've ever seen on a show weekend.

It was more active than most. Mostly in a few key threads. Labnip of course was the biggest poster from the Expo. Most was non-attendees exploding on what comes out. First post about the JJP release had all of us non-attendees hating DI. Now that people are coming home and getting facts that is changing. Looks like a great show. I'm sure tomorrow after people get some rest and go through their pictures we will get a lot more. Looked like a good year for home brew games also. Some people have talent.

#320 2 years ago

I was there all weekend. I set up my game wed night and only had 1 ball stuck after less then 30 minutes after setting it up. Never had to take the glass off til i loaded it sunday morning. Played nice and flawlessly all expo. Makes me happy to not work on it during the show.

I started this poll because of all the revels from multiple company and to see if people were blown away or not.

I was there for the batman reveal on the tour. I was at JJP reveal at expo seminar setting in the 3rd row, i was at the aliens launch at twin peaks with a ticket, I was at the houdini American pinball talk at 9:00 o clock in the morning. Chicago gaming was supposed to announce remake #2 but dropped out.

I played multiple games of dialed in
I played 2 games of alien it was on 1 ball at twin peaks, the i got a full 3 ball game Saturday. Didnt play batman66. That was a c epic fail from stern. I will always remember how they hypyed a game so much to not being able to flip it. Expect better from them

Alien was cool. The slings are a son of a bitch. Kept wanting throw it to the outlanes. But fun theme working there. Could be a great game. Differently a work in progress. I want more time on it before i pass judgement.

But JJP stole the show. In my opinion. They bring 5 working playable machine from new jersey or wherever. Had the unveiling which was so so. But whatever, it was pat lawlor's time shine and it did. I played it more then once but there was always a line. People liked it. I liked it. Its super fun and younger people are going to gobble it up. Its going to be a home run for JJP and honestly it's about time. So for him to deliver 5 working games for people to play, and stern "Demo'd" them. This is Stern's back yard. This is chicago and its Stern's baby. Dialed in stole the show.

#321 2 years ago
Quoted from rosh:

Once you get past the title, dialed on has a lot going for it (except the price). I think if had been called "disaster city" or something like that and the cellphone feature would have been viewed as a cool feature/twist. Game, animation, etc looks to me like Simcity
Did not get to play Alien line was too long and it was shutoff during banquet. The look of the playfield, toys, art, etc did not blow me away, struck my the look of a 90s gottlieb. The display stuff, from the bits I saw looked pretty good. Suspect alien fans will be happy overall, but don't see this becoming a must have pin for many.
B66s looked colorful, bright and with some cool stuff, but who can really tell when it was not flipping.
P3 had a four machine setup with their different games. games always being played but no lines, then again even dialed in was never more than one person waiting, which says more about attendance, both Friday and Saturday night pretty quiet in be for hall.
No remake announcement, not sure if the backed off with so many other things or if they have run into delays or. . .
Dominoes -- looks nice with s cohesive art package, has similarities to other spooky pins. looks pretty basic, but given the primary market is dominoes franchise owners, probably has the right balance between approachable and maintainable while being a fun play.
Homebrew section great as always. Eric's ironman with HD clips is looking really nice and he just recently started it. Total annihilation is an 80s style game on steroids as far as an amazing RGB light shows, sounds/music and nice speed and features. Doom looked awesome, but only had one quick game on it? Given the layout lots of potential once Matt gives the rules focus. Buffy continues to impress and gets better each year, Great quality to the game both the fit and finish of the machine and the rules and animations. Don't get how this machine does not get moreove. Nightmare before Christmas has lots of potential and advanced nicely with graphics, looking forward to seeing real Ramps and art on it.
I'll let others comment on my machine, Casino.
Overall a great expo, seemed there was a really positive vibe thoughout the show, despite seeming a little quiet. Really enjoyed getting to meet a bunch of pinsiders. I'm an introvert so nice when folks stop by to play my game and introduce themselves, great putting a face to a name, even though I suck at remembering them.

Don't believe anyone stole the show, but there were some new nice games! I really enjoyed your Casino game in both flow and rule set. Also Scott's Total Annihilation was a very fun game to play. Other than the Dialed In machine that I will never own, I really enjoyed those two games!

#322 2 years ago

As someone just watching from afar, Dialed In is the game I most want to play. Plenty of things that could be tweaked but it does look a blast to play.

#323 2 years ago
Quoted from Shapeshifter:

As someone just watching from afar, Dialed In is the game I most want to play. Plenty of things that could be tweaked but it does look a blast to play.

It is. Just wait til it comes out and give it a chance. To many people to quick to jump the gun. I havent felt a game worth playing in a while

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#324 2 years ago
Quoted from Taxman:

First post about the JJP release had all of us non-attendees hating DI. Now that people are coming home and getting facts that is changing.

I think your perception about "the facts" surrounding current sentiment about Dialed In may be a little distorted.

I can't speak for anyone but myself, but I was at EXPO all day and night on both Thursday and Friday, and I attended both the initial reveal and the "Deep Dive" presentation the next day. At the end of the Deep Dive, Pat specifically asked the crowd, "If you like what you see, tell all of your friends. If you DON'T like what you see, tell US." So there has (understandably) been a lot of evangelizing going on in the last 24-48 hours by supportive customers and JJP distributors attempting to reverse some of the damage from the initial reveal.

I was also at the reveal, sitting directly behind Joe from NewStar, and as soon as the comic was distributed and I read through it, I could tell this pin was not for me. Almost everything from the early leak many months ago turned out to be true. I almost walked out mid-presentation, like several people did, but I waited until the end, out of simple courtesy to the others packed in so closely around me. By the time the presentation was over, my initial reaction had only solidified. I left the seminar room without even playing one of the games, as did probably 2/3 of the audience.

I'm sure many of those who left the reveal without playing the game, including me, did finally play the game later in the vendor hall, and i will freely admit that it DOES shoot well -- no surprise there, for a Lawlor design -- but it's still not something I will ever own.

Pricing is not the biggest issue for me, because I'm not that price sensitive, and I know that pricing can be easily changed. Unfortunately, the pin's overall design contains too many core elements that are a real turnoff to me: e.g., the cell phone on the playfield, with it's SUPER-annoying ring tone, the "selfie" photos spamming all over the screen, the Mick-on-a-Stick electric company worker, the lady wearing coveralls, the SimCity visuals, the art package, callouts, and sound design, the gimmicky, remote flipper controls.

Unfortunately, the biggest deterrent to me, which is no doubt purely visceral, is that the central theme revolves around a magical, prototype cell phone, made by Dialed In Electronics, a corporation in Quantum City. This prototype cell phone has mistakenly fallen into the player's hands, and it functions as a primary element through which the game communicates with the player.

I do not want ANYTHING to do with that... Period.

I haven't posted anything about this publicly, or mentioned it to Pat's design team, because I honestly don't think the design can be changed significantly enough at this late stage, without completely scrapping it, to be even REMOTELY palatable to me. I play pinball as an escape, and the very last thing I want to hear ringing, actively listen to, or interact with, in a pinball game, is a cell phone. The selfie photos, gesture-controlled lotto tickets, and remote flipper controls only further alienate me as a potential customer. JMHO.

The above views have already been beaten like a dead horse by others on Pinside, and most of the current discussion about this subject seems to be occurring in threads populated by ardent supporters intent on evangelizing the rest of us, so I've simply chosen not to post about the subject. Nevertheless, I'm not an undecided voter on this issue. I've already made my decision, and I don't envision any realistic scenario which could ever change my mind.

#325 2 years ago
Quoted from Razorbak86:

I was also at the reveal, sitting directly behind Joe from NewStar, and as soon as the comic was distributed and I read through it, I could tell this pin was not for me.

Curious about how to approach an original theme like this one. Does the pin explain the back story itself via attract mode or will the comic be something you keep on location as a "take one" flyer to get that information across to interested people? Or do things become intuitive as you're playing? Are there pauses in game play to read the back ground of the story on the screen as you progress?

#326 2 years ago
Quoted from cavalier88z24:

Dialed in stole the show.

Yea nothing else was a surprise, and Dialed In is also the game I'm most interested to play. This is my ranked order of interest in the new games regardless of pricing:

1. Dialed In - Looks like fun!
2. Alien - Interesting playfield layout, lots of potential
3. Houdini - Looks like classic JPop, curious how it will turn out.
4. Batman '66 - Rethemed/enhanced BDK, which is underrated. Artwork looks great.
5. Aerosmith - Pics look nice! Latest rumors do not have Lyman on the code though.
6. AFMr (rumored) - Remake... fun game but not new. Will be announced next month at FPF.
7. Dominoes - limited run, basic game, good for its purpose.

1 month later
#327 2 years ago
Quoted from Razorbak86:

I think your perception about "the facts" surrounding current sentiment about Dialed In may be a little distorted.
I can't speak for anyone but myself, but I was at EXPO all day and night on both Thursday and Friday, and I attended both the initial reveal and the "Deep Dive" presentation the next day. At the end of the Deep Dive, Pat specifically asked the crowd, "If you like what you see, tell all of your friends. If you DON'T like what you see, tell US." So there has (understandably) been a lot of evangelizing going on in the last 24-48 hours by supportive customers and JJP distributors attempting to reverse some of the damage from the initial reveal.
I was also at the reveal, sitting directly behind Joe from NewStar, and as soon as the comic was distributed and I read through it, I could tell this pin was not for me. Almost everything from the early leak many months ago turned out to be true. I almost walked out mid-presentation, like several people did, but I waited until the end, out of simple courtesy to the others packed in so closely around me. By the time the presentation was over, my initial reaction had only solidified. I left the seminar room without even playing one of the games, as did probably 2/3 of the audience.
I'm sure many of those who left the reveal without playing the game, including me, did finally play the game later in the vendor hall, and i will freely admit that it DOES shoot well -- no surprise there, for a Lawlor design -- but it's still not something I will ever own.
Pricing is not the biggest issue for me, because I'm not that price sensitive, and I know that pricing can be easily changed. Unfortunately, the pin's overall design contains too many core elements that are a real turnoff to me: e.g., the cell phone on the playfield, with it's SUPER-annoying ring tone, the "selfie" photos spamming all over the screen, the Mick-on-a-Stick electric company worker, the lady wearing coveralls, the SimCity visuals, the art package, callouts, and sound design, the gimmicky, remote flipper controls.
Unfortunately, the biggest deterrent to me, which is no doubt purely visceral, is that the central theme revolves around a magical, prototype cell phone, made by Dialed In Electronics, a corporation in Quantum City. This prototype cell phone has mistakenly fallen into the player's hands, and it functions as a primary element through which the game communicates with the player.
I do not want ANYTHING to do with that... Period.
I haven't posted anything about this publicly, or mentioned it to Pat's design team, because I honestly don't think the design can be changed significantly enough at this late stage, without completely scrapping it, to be even REMOTELY palatable to me. I play pinball as an escape, and the very last thing I want to hear ringing, actively listen to, or interact with, in a pinball game, is a cell phone. The selfie photos, gesture-controlled lotto tickets, and remote flipper controls only further alienate me as a potential customer. JMHO.
The above views have already been beaten like a dead horse by others on Pinside, and most of the current discussion about this subject seems to be occurring in threads populated by ardent supporters intent on evangelizing the rest of us, so I've simply chosen not to post about the subject. Nevertheless, I'm not an undecided voter on this issue. I've already made my decision, and I don't envision any realistic scenario which could ever change my mind.

Just saw this ( avoid most dialed in posts, but was bored). This is 100% spot on assessment. Won't beat this anymore ( as thread is a month old), and hope many enjoy it, but I could never, ever own this title....

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