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historia del Pinball: Big Bang Bar

Mensaje por Orlando » 11 Nov 2013, 22:32

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Big Bang Bar fue creado originalmente en Capcom Pinball por Rob Morrison con las ilustraciones de Stan Fukuoka. Cuando los jugadores trataron las tablas pre - producción en pruebas de campo y la Expo Pinball 1996 , fueron inmediatamente un hervidero de emoción por su humor irreverente , obra cómica y acción sin parar , lo elogió como mejor mesa de Capcom nunca. Por desgracia , Capcom cerró su división de pinball poco después, dejando sólo catorce prototipos hechos y relegando el juego para las notas al pie de la historia ...
... hasta 2004, cuando Gene Cunningham de Illinois Pinball Inc. anunció que iba a comprar los derechos de Capcom para producir una " nueva versión " . A pesar de los reveses importantes y sobrecostos , el juego fue finalmente entregado por " Pinball Manufacturing Inc." en 2006 , con una producción total de ejecución de 191 mesas. Mientras Big Bang Bar sigue siendo un cuadro raro de encontrar en la naturaleza, que aparece regularmente en exposiciones y torneos , atraer a nuevos fans con cada aparición .

Pinball: Big Bang Bar
The only pinball cool enough for The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
"On the night of July 2nd, 1947 a loud crash was heard near Roswell, New Mexico. Remains of an alien spacecraft were recovered, although this was officially denied by the United States Government. Was this craft the advance scout of an impending alien invasion of the Earth? Or was it simply an accident by a group of joyriders after having one too many at the... BIG BANG BAR?"
—Attract mode narration
Welcome to the Big Bang Bar, the rowdiest late-night alien dive in the cosmos! Check your carapice at the door, slither up to a table, and the waitress will be with you shortly. Get your groove on with the techno-thumin' tunes and strobing neon lights, and feast your eyes on the gorgeous gyrations of the Tube Dancer at center stage. Or you can Tour the Bar, play some Cosmic Dartz, then try to score a drink award with Ray's Ball Busters. For more excitement, stuff the Loopy Martians until they get Looped In Space, fire up the Babescanner and the Lunapalooza, or just wait for a Multibrawl Multiball to break out. Complete all fourteen tasks for a shot at the Big Bang, and see how much you can really score.
Big Bang Bar was originally created at Capcom Pinball by Rob Morrison with artwork by Stan Fukuoka. When players tried the pre-production tables in field tests and the 1996 Pinball Expo, they were immediately buzzing with excitement over its ribald humor, comic artwork, and nonstop action, praising it as Capcom's best table ever. Unfortunately, Capcom closed their pinball division soon afterward, leaving only fourteen prototypes made and relegating the game to the footnotes of history...
...until 2004, when Gene Cunningham of Illinois Pinball Inc. announced that he was buying the rights from Capcom to produce a "remake". Despite substantial setbacks and cost overruns, the game was eventually delivered by "Pinball Manufacturing Inc." in 2006, with a total production run of 191 tables. While Big Bang Bar is still a rare table to find in the wild, it shows up regularly at expos and tournaments, attracting new fans with each appearance.

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