All in they are 3 great looking games ...but would agree - the LE is weakest art wise for me.I think the premium looks the best.
The side art on the LE I hoped would be different and it doesn't have gold armour. I like the spider armour bits but the rest isn't great.
Agree, I can't remember the last time I saw The Munsters mentioned anywhere before Stern announced this!Never knew people were chomping at the bit for The Munsters. I remember it being on TV but don't recall it being huge to the point where I remember any of the episodes.
Would people eat up anything remotely nostalgic that Stern decide to crank out? Is it simply a case of "ooh shiny new thing" ? Were people talking about how it would be great if someone made a Munsters pin? It seems like once it was sortof announced people were falling over themselves to rave about it but before that - not a peep.
I feel like I'm taking crazy pills.
I think this is the first genuinly "silly" Stern pin for quite some time, and that's what I have been looking forward to. The past few years has had too many poe faced titles which take themselves a bit too seriously. AC/DC is a classic example: great game, but there's not an ounce of humour in it. Ghostbusters was an exception, and this looks like another... Hurrah for silliness! It's only pinball after all.Agree, I can't remember the last time I saw The Munsters mentioned anywhere before Stern announced this!
I think the biggest factor is pinheads seeing this as a return to the much loved nostalgic monster/horror theme...continuing the bloodline of TAF , EATPM , SS , MB
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Agreed, the mini playfield looks great and I was initially very impressed but then realized it was the tiny flippers and tiny balls just like Stewie pinball. It just won't feel like pinball, more like an actual childrens toy.Looks like the only feature missing from the Pro is the lower playfield. Stewie Pinball on Family Guy got old pretty fast for me .