Stern Star Wars Home Edition

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Stern Star Wars Home Edition

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Stern released a new pinball machine at the San Diego Comicon yesterday.
It is a Star Wars Home Edition based on the Spiderman Home Edition and the previous Stern Star Wars Pro.
https://www.pinballnews.com/site/2019/0 ... -wars-pin/
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic ... star-wars-
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I heard the Spiderman home edition did poorly with sales. I guess they are hoping that the Star Wars brand attracts more buyers

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Dave W. wrote:I heard the Spiderman home edition did poorly with sales. I guess they are hoping that the Star Wars brand attracts more buyers
They will sell that edition through their normal distributors instead of Costco. We will see if that makes a difference.
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I just hope Stern doesn't use the cost cutting measures used to build the home edition as inspiration for future Pro models of their games. Happened with the Spike system.

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LOL @STERN. With that money I can buy a nice Pro

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