We are just kicking the tyres on the apostrophe now - I actually think there is one after the s though:
Legends is a plural noun. You don't need an apostrophe anywhere, unless you're trying to indicate ownership (something the legends owns), and I can't think of an example where you would do that.We are just kicking the tyres on the apostrophe now - I actually think there is one after the s though:
So there are many legends and they all belong to pinball thus:
Legends’ of Pinball
But probably the right way of saying that would
With or without me thinks.
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There was also Caveman the year before, and Granny and the Gators just after; appears neither were popular at the time, let alone now - 2 games I'd never heard of before looking through The Pinball Compendium.Early Eighties, vids were killing pinball. The solution was a vid in a pinball, aka:
Mr & Mrs Pac Man.