Quoted from CaptainNeo:
If there was anyone deserving of busting over the 6k threshold, it's P3. they are the only ones taking pinball to the next step and actually introducing innovation. If I could land a P3 for 7k. I would probably venture out of my personal 6k limit I set for myself.
Quoted from TigerLaw:
I agree. I am surprised they are not doing better in this poll actually.
Quoted from solarvalue:
Multimorphic have always been suprisingly under the radar on Pinside. Not sure why, maybe a large percentage of Pinside are traditionalist, maybe it's hard for people to see the possibilities with this system or maybe it's because they haven't yet released a game with a licensed theme. I'm hoping that this will change after Texas, when people get a chance to see how the game swapping system works. It seemed like there was a boost in interest in Heighway after they showed their playfield swap video.
My take (so far) on Multimorphic P3......it's interesting, it's certainly innovative but those alone do not necessarily equal 'fun'. I'm still unconvinced. Also, I must admit that 10k is a big mental barrier for a 'toy'.
Maybe I'm a bit of a 'traditionalist' when it comes to pinball? I also have no interest in that tri-level Circus remake...and I played that game in Vegas. I also never cared for Orbiter One.
I'm definitely on the sidelines for now. Hoping one of my friends gets one though