Tron: Legacy Pinball Review

A big tip of the hat to the C.A.D.E.R.S Facebook group for the heads up on this video from Classic Game Room, a review of the Tron: Legacy Pinball table. I really need to get my chance at playing this table and soon…


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4 thoughts on “Tron: Legacy Pinball Review

  1. I just played this at the Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. It’s very fun and very addictive! I love the color-changing “rope” lighting!

  2. I don’t play a lot of pinball (I’m generally terrible at it) so I’m not sure. I do know that pretty much everything I did led to multiball. I think I experienced multiball every time I launched the ball. It’s definitely the “newer” style of pinball where there are a bunch of “missions” being thrown at you — hit this 5 times, knock down all these targets, do the loop 5 times to unleash something else, etc.

    The Pinball Hall of Fame is a pretty dark room, so the game seemed a lot, uh, “more glowy” than it appears in that video. I’m always a sucker for toys inside a machine, like the Recognizer and the Light Cycles in this one. It makes me imagine that it’s all to scale and that they might roam around inside the table at night after everybody goes home. :)

  3. Paul says:

    You can order these through Best Buy now and do the credit card/ no interest for 18 months thing on it. I haven’t yet pulled the trigger on that yet, but it sure is tempting.

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