I get ya Neil but try telling that to my little fella! At the sunshine Laundromat in Brooklyn he kept going back to it time and time again. Crazy as it sounds there’s no accounting for the little fellas taste and he absolutely loves TH, BM66 DP, GOTG & GB and plays them weekly but ask him which pin he would like and bam MARIO is his answersuper Mario is utter ****e. Honestly avoid.
Yeah, I saw this and I have to say, I was interested, but I think its at least £600 over the money and then you still have shipping from Europe. Also, I have owned a Gottlieb before (SFII) and parts are a pain in the backside to get and its not really supported in the community (Gottliebs are like the ugly sister...…). I am big Nintendo fan though and so my heart says YES, but my brain says NO!
Still at Bury. I played it when it came out but it became so easy that I started to dislike it.There used to be a Super Mario at The Lanes in Bristol. Not it sure if it's still there, but I remember it was a dog to play. Isn't there one at Arcade Club Bury as well? Thought I remember seeing one a month or so back
That must be fairly recent, as I went last November and it wasn’t there. Just a bunch of poorly maintained ones!Still at Bury. I played it when it came out but it became so easy that I started to dislike it.
Played it for the first time since then recently at Bury..........and loved it. It's really quirky but loved it. The one at Bury is in pretty good nick too.
nib ones liberty/hld /the games room company are now listed on their websites at £10k, so can probably do a deal and get one for £9k or less, so a used one is imho, somewhere south of that.Happy New Year All.
I Need a Valuation on a Stern The Beatles Gold HUO with about 300 games on it