So, if you do not want to see it, then do not go to 22:15 in the following video.
The title says too much, but watch the video anyway. This is how you beat down an Iron Man pinball machine.
My local arcade, Eight on the Break, has added a brand spanking new Iron Man Vault Edition to it’s lineup. Let’s do it!
Radio Shack in Oakland, CA is having a celebration (of the reversal of their 80 year pinball ban) in the form of a FREE pinball tournament on a Stern Iron Man Vault Edition. The winner receives gets to keep the game!
Sure, the game wasn’t tough enough already. Let’s throw in the extra added danger of potential flash blindness. Don’t stare directly into the light!
I needed to look away from the light. Is this stock? Wow that’s bright!
The sleeper hit awakens! Stern have announced that they will be re-running Iron Man. Apparently, the game didn’t get the amount of respect it deserved during its original run.
Nick from The Arcade Hunters has a go at Iron Man at the Pinball Hall of Fame. Iron Man is a beast of a game where ANY mistake can result in immediate termination, more likely down one of the outlanes.
How did I miss this video?! The Get Down talks with Koi Morris, Jersey Pinball Association League Commissioner. They also play a few rounds of Pinball FX2 on XBox Live.
Here is a half-hour of Zen Pinball 2 for the Playstation 4, reviewed by people who know what they’re talking about. And no, it’s not all positive praise for the pinball simulator. Constructive criticism awaits.