It’s about that point for Stern Pinball to disclose their subsequent recreation, as it’s Spring, and so they are likely to do such unveils about now. If that’s your expectation, you then gained’t be dissatisfied, as the corporate has launched this non-game, non-playfield trailer. Right here it’s, then we’ll focus on slightly of what we all know past this:
I’ve been listening to rumors about this for a short while now – such rumors have went that Steve Ritchie noticed Pat Lawlor making a non-licensed recreation with Dialed In!, and with the outdated pleasant rivalries coming again, set about cooking up his personal factor. I’ll should ask if there’s any fact to that story after I go to the Stern Pinball sales space this week in Vegas 😉
Black Knight was initially designed by Steve Ritchie and launched again in 1980 beneath Williams; a sequel (additionally designed by Ritchie) by the title of Black Knight 2000 was launched in 1989. Sword of Rage will make this the third in that illustrious line-up, with the teaser above giving off a vibe from Stern’s many rock band/heavy metallic pins.
Curiously sufficient, Williams holds the license to this one as we see on the finish there – so I assume that technically, this isn’t a non-licensed pin. 😛
Hopefully, this new piece will probably be at Las Vegas for Amusement Expo this week. What are your hopes for this new recreation?
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I am a lifelong fan of video video games and I’ve been working my very own arcade, The Sport Grid Arcade in West Valley Metropolis, Utah since 2008.