When a ball tries to go down the outlane, Jason refuses to accept this.
I post this not only for “The Pin” itself, but to ask the following questions:
It may be a bit predictable, but I am going to say it anyway. I want every single one of the following pinball concepts in the video below to somehow show up at ReplayFX.
Watch Chris Bucci’s updated review on Transformers LE with it’s updated code and fixes. Did the improvements actually improve the game?
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.
That $3,000.00 not-quite Transformers pinball machine has been re-branded as “The Pin”… and there was much rejoicing. Actually, more like nonplussed.
November 16 – 18, 2012 at the Playdium Store in Toronto. Grand prize is the STERN Transformers home version.
Game Three of the 2012 Canadian Pinball Open on TRON: Legacy –
Sean O’Neil –
Sanjay Shah –
Adam Becker –
Jack Tadman –