james town: Used to play this in the Pub back in 93/94 ...
FL Brizzle: LOL I know! Thanks for the info! Subscribed!
tattyadams: Man, that is a guilty pleasure, respect to you for owning up my friend! :-) Seriously though after I got the machine I got the move again and it's better than I remember, Arnie was good at mocking himself. I'm not sure if you are in the UK but these normally sell for £1100-1200, good luck!
FL Brizzle: This is my favorite movie of all time (guilty pleasure huh). How much did this machine cost you if you don't mind me asking? I collect stuff from the movie (figurines, cups, etc). I'd love to get my hands on one. As far as the best machine ever, I'm not sure. I haven't played this one but I dug the Gilligan's Island machine and Addams Family (from the movie). They are also two of the most widely produced if I'm not mistaken. Anyways, I subscribed to your channel. Cool stuff!
tiagomendes1983: Great table great, funny movie. Im from Portugal:)
tattyadams: I agree about the movie and I have just decided to sell LAH and keep JP as it is more fun!
lightsouthaha: The movie was not as bad as some people portray it to be; I actually prefer the movie to the machine. It was an Arnold movie and movies at that time were done a certain way. To me, the Jurassic park table is up there with the great bally/Williams machines just because it is easy to pickup and fun to play, even though it lacks depth.
David Lieber: Yes, a sleeper of a pinball game. Movie was a dud...but great game play. Just picked up one last week.
Matt Salvatore: Yeah I'm really looking forward to playing again. What other machines would you suggest that have a somewhat steep learning/skill curve/deep set of rules, but also fun/enjoyable at the same time? I used to have a Judge Dredd machine as well, but had to sell it because I needed money.
tattyadams: Good stuff, you can enjoy Data East's best game again!
Matt Salvatore: My LAH is getting serviced after being out of action for 3 years. Thanks for the video tatty!
Stevie Marie: I have this machine at home, but I love it so much I could never bear to part with it.
Dan Horn: Love this game, I just picked one up two weeks ago. Mines got an LED conversion, you should really consider it makes the game POP! I never even heard of the movie before I saw this pin, and I ended up buying it because I liked the pin so much. Movie sucked, but oh well it looks neat sitting next to the pin. Ha! Happy shooting!
mjdan4: ...Don't talk to me in that tone
tattyadams: Are you serious my friend, they made loads!!!!
mjdan4: Nice video man ;)
BTW,Did 'Data East' make any other pinball games?
Paul Balls to the wall: MATCH:
"To be... or not to be." (smokes)
"And Hamlet is taking out the trash!" (Arnie throws man)
"Ugh!" *glass breaks*
"Not to be."
LordDreggar: This game was in the Student lounge at college. I never played Pinball games before this one, I was more of a street fighter type. After the SF2 machine when down I played this one. I fell in love with it, I probably pumped about $500 in it the years I went there.
Punisher106: I'll say this, WWF Royal Rumble, Tommy, and Last Action Hero prove that DE makes some screwed up tables. I guess it's the sounds they use. It seems like 500 thousand things are going on at once.
tattyadams: It’s good isn’t it! I think you are probably right with the music. One of the reasons I don’t like a lot of Data East stuff is the pumping sound tracks (have a look at my Star Trek 25th video to see what I mean) but this one is not too bad.
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