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  • Which table you want to see

    The users that voted , please tell me why you made that choice =)
    20
    Monsters & Co
    0.00%
    0
    Hey Arnold!
    15.00%
    3
    Spongebob Squarepants
    10.00%
    2
    Transformers
    25.00%
    5
    God Of War
    50.00%
    10
    Harry Potter
    0.00%
    0
    Last edited by Cybercore; 09-28-2012, 09:09 PM.

  • #2
    vote gow , just because its the most likely to happen , they already in the video game buisness and santa monica studios has some cool people working there that could make it happen
    i don't have a pci use ps3 browser

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    • #3
      Originally posted by maink View Post
      vote gow , just because its the most likely to happen , they already in the video game buisness and santa monica studios has some cool people working there that could make it happen
      Yeah a God Of War table would be kickass
      But i have no idea how to mix elements of the game into Pinball.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Cybercore View Post
        Yeah a God Of War table would be kickass
        But i have no idea how to mix elements of the game into Pinball.
        Easy. You have all the weapons/items that you could aqquire that would alter game-play and such, then you have all the enemy types, QTE (quick time events), etc...wouldn't be too hard As for my choice, I chose Hey Arnold! because it's my favorite cartoon of all time You could have a part where you have to face off against the 5th graders (Wolfgang wizard mode? Haha), a mode where Helga loses her locket, and you have to shoot the certain ramps and such to find it, avoid Stoop kid's stoop, give Chocolate boy radishes to cure his addiction to chocolate, some sort of contraption could come up only on occasion, like a sewer hole where you have to avoid it (like Eugene always jinxing himself), Yahoo soda pickups, you could get help somehow from Grandpa, etc...man I could go on and on with this
        Last edited by snakeman07; 09-29-2012, 04:37 PM.

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        • #5
          God of War. It will appeal to a wide audience and would seemingly be easier to acquire the license for. Tons of stuff to draw from too. Missions could be against gods such as Hades, Zeus, Ares, Poseidon, etc. You could also have the creatures such as Minotaurs, gorgons, hydras, and centaurs. It seems like there's almost too much to squeeze on there.

          There could be some kind of rage meter that fills and then starts multiball. Athena could offer ball saves. Pandora's box could work kind of like the cube on the Captain America table. Tons of ways to go with this one.
          PSN: Bearded_Warrior

          Table Wishlist: Lord of the Rings, God of War, Final Fantasy VII, The Legend of Zelda, and Marvel's Archangel.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bearded_Warrior View Post
            God of War. It will appeal to a wide audience and would seemingly be easier to acquire the license for. Tons of stuff to draw from too. Missions could be against gods such as Hades, Zeus, Ares, Poseidon, etc. You could also have the creatures such as Minotaurs, gorgons, hydras, and centaurs. It seems like there's almost too much to squeeze on there.

            There could be some kind of rage meter that fills and then starts multiball. Athena could offer ball saves. Pandora's box could work kind of like the cube on the Captain America table. Tons of ways to go with this one.
            It would indeed be an interesting table but isn't God of War sony exclusive? That would be difficult just as if they would make a table with Halo for Xbox or something like that. I had enough of exclusives. Both PS3 players and Xbox players are missing out on great tables I believe. Bring on Buccaneer and Rome I would be there day 1 for those tables and the others.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tenorhero View Post
              It would indeed be an interesting table but isn't God of War sony exclusive? That would be difficult just as if they would make a table with Halo for Xbox or something like that. I had enough of exclusives. Both PS3 players and Xbox players are missing out on great tables I believe. Bring on Buccaneer and Rome I would be there day 1 for those tables and the others.
              I'm fine with an exclusive in this case. I'm don't have an Xbox and I'm not a Halo fan so I have no qualms with those guys getting their own exclusive if that means I get a God of War table.
              PSN: Bearded_Warrior

              Table Wishlist: Lord of the Rings, God of War, Final Fantasy VII, The Legend of Zelda, and Marvel's Archangel.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Bearded_Warrior View Post
                I'm fine with an exclusive in this case. I'm don't have an Xbox and I'm not a Halo fan so I have no qualms with those guys getting their own exclusive if that means I get a God of War table.
                +1. If the tables are based on exclusive PS3 and Xbox games, then I have no problem with that. It's when the tables are like Rome, where it can and should be on both. I have no interest in a single Xbox game, so I would't care about that.

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                • #9
                  Not in love with any of those themes to be honest, but sponge bob has the most to work with. God of War would play out too much like a Marvel table and Sorcerer's Lair is Zen's unofficial Potter table. Hey Arnold was on the air for such a short period of time that I'd imagine it'd deter more buyers than anything else. I'd rather see Zen go for an unsuspected license like they did with PvZ or a property that is so out of date like a "Lost in Space" or "Jetsons" so they can make the table feel retro. Zen has a great track record so I trust their judgement.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by parathod View Post
                    Not in love with any of those themes to be honest, but sponge bob has the most to work with. God of War would play out too much like a Marvel table and Sorcerer's Lair is Zen's unofficial Potter table. Hey Arnold was on the air for such a short period of time that I'd imagine it'd deter more buyers than anything else. I'd rather see Zen go for an unsuspected license like they did with PvZ or a property that is so out of date like a "Lost in Space" or "Jetsons" so they can make the table feel retro. Zen has a great track record so I trust their judgement.
                    Hey Arnold was on the air for 5 seasons, so not bad in that department, but I know, it wouldn't sell squat lol besides, it's in the past People need fresh, new things nowadays...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by snakeman07 View Post
                      Hey Arnold was on the air for 5 seasons, so not bad in that department, but I know, it wouldn't sell squat lol besides, it's in the past People need fresh, new things nowadays...
                      Did you check out the IMDB for the show? The 5th season is bizarre. The 1st episode airs on March 4 2000 while episode 23 airing on Nov 15th, 2003. If that's not strange enough, episode 16 later airs on June 8th, 2004. I forgot they also made a movie. It was one of those shows that aired around the time I was "supposed to" stop watching kid's cartoons, my preteen years going into teen years, so I didn't get to watch as much of that as I did of Rocko's Modern Life, Doug, or Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (for Nicktoons).

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by parathod View Post
                        Did you check out the IMDB for the show? The 5th season is bizarre. The 1st episode airs on March 4 2000 while episode 23 airing on Nov 15th, 2003. If that's not strange enough, episode 16 later airs on June 8th, 2004. I forgot they also made a movie. It was one of those shows that aired around the time I was "supposed to" stop watching kid's cartoons, my preteen years going into teen years, so I didn't get to watch as much of that as I did of Rocko's Modern Life, Doug, or Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (for Nicktoons).
                        Actually fans of Hey Arnold like myself would be around 20-23 years old, giving a great feeling nostigia and I believe would sell decently well. Perhaps not as well as God of War but diffidently more than some of the odd ball tables that they have.

                        I'm surprised they dont do more pop culture tables ALL the time. I know theirs licensing agreements but how about , Simpsons, Family Guy? there's would be huge instantly.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Delima05 View Post
                          I'm surprised they dont do more pop culture tables ALL the time. I know theirs licensing agreements but how about , Simpsons, Family Guy? there's would be huge instantly.
                          In the US maybe, but many of these pop culture shows aren't "huge" worldwide. Remember, Zen Studios main office is in Hungary. Not to mention, about half of their sales come from Europe. Marvel Comics is popular worldwide, so it makes sense to nab the license and make tables on them. It's not the same for Nickelodeon shows for example, which only a handful of them are even known worldwide.

                          Note: I'm not referring to The Simpsons or Family Guy here. They fall under the licensing issue. The voice actors alone would cost them an arm and a leg to get.
                          Last edited by shogun00; 10-02-2012, 05:51 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by shogun00 View Post
                            In the US maybe, but many of these pop culture shows aren't "huge" worldwide. Remember, Zen Studios main office is in Hungary. Not to mention, about half of their sales come from Europe. Marvel Comics is popular worldwide, so it makes sense to nab the license and make tables on them. It's not the same for Nickelodeon shows for example, which only a handful of them are even known worldwide.

                            Note: I'm not referring to The Simpsons or Family Guy here. They fall under the licensing issue. The voice actors alone would cost them an arm and a leg to get.
                            Good point, I wasn't aware of all that background info so now its much more clear.

                            Note.. they don't need to pay for voice overs, there's plenty of sound clips out there. I wonder the price difference in lisencing between marvel vs family guy. Both very large franchises.

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                            • #15
                              I gave GoW a slight edge over Transformers, either one would be cool though.

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