Stern introduces Stranger Things to more of the non-pinball public.
Five Munstrous hours of gameplay of Stern’s The Munsters Pro at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Brian Heater interviews Gary Stern at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Chase Nunes interviews Gary Stern at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014.
Tested chats with Gary Stern, the CEO of Stern Pinball about modern Pinball design and why there’s a resurgence in interest for this arcade game.
Expo-style interview with Gary Stern. “Step off, Sony and Microsoft…pinball is livin’ large at CES — and it might be easier to get one of these babies in your house for less than you think.”
RCR Wireless News talks with George Gomez of Stern Pinball and discusses future pinball features. Sorry, no Metallica updates. Also, a sarcastic lol that RCR Wireless is not using a wireless microphone.
It’s worth noting the the retail price for The Pin is now $2,499, down from the original $3,000. Hey STERN, $1,999 would be a powerful number. Just having that “1” in front would make it seem a lot more affordable.