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“This game has been designed with a classic look and feel to it, following a similar pattern used in games before they had ramps, toys and other fancy things,” Arcade Heroes reported. “It features four flippers, a playfield spinning disc with a magnet, eleven drop targets, the full color LCD screen and a classic bell sound for a vertical spinner.”
The article noted that while "pricing has not been revealed yet, after posting this I received a couple of messages from different people ‘in the know’ suggesting that the Diamond Edition could be the most expensive pinball machine of all time. We’ll see for certain once Stern unveils the prices.”
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