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My Prediction of What, Where and When We'll See Stern Pinball's Next Game; One Less Company at TPF

Let's end the week with a bang...


There's been several rumored titles swirling around Stern Pinball over the past year or so. I think that several of them are likely right, but which ones? And what's next?


Back in July I broke the news here that Stern Pinball has the license for the Keanu Reeves action movie series John Wick.


July 2023: Stern Pinball Supposedly Has the License For John Wick



I've been hearing that John Wick is Stern's next pinball machine and that it will make its first public appearance at the Midwest Gaming Classic, which takes place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from April 5th through the 7th. Stern typically shows off games through teasers or more prior to shows rather than doing full reveals there, so look for that prior to the event.



Is this right? Time will tell, but I feel pretty good about it. As far as I know, this will be the next pinball machine revealed after American Pinball's upcoming game, unless Pinball Brothers or Pedretti Gaming sneak something in, but they've been very quiet lately.


I also heard this week that despite saying that they would be in attendance last year and being on the list of Exhibitors until a couple of days ago, Haggis Pinball has cancelled its scheduled appearance at the Texas Pinball Festival. This makes a lot of sense, I had speculated that they might in my last post. If you're hurting for money, you don't fly across the globe to face potentially angry customers.



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I'd have to actually watch the John Wick trilogy to even get pumped for this rumor..although I like the teasers and trailers I've seen over the years..sadly and happily it's probably the best theme that could come out of any factory at this point (at least as a current-times theme). They should offer the pro as John wick movie 1, premium=sequel and LE the latest film..but that would piss everyone off, lol. neat idea though (as a concept)

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"I also heard this week that despite saying that they would be in attendance last year and being on the list of Exhibitors until a couple of days ago, Haggis Pinball has cancelled its scheduled appearance at the Texas Pinball Festival. This makes a lot of sense, I had speculated that they might in my last post. If you're hurting for money, you don't fly across the globe to face potentially angry customers."


Thanks for the update. Yes, Haggis needs to show that they can finish building and shipping the Fathoms. Nobody is going to give them a deposit for a Centaur if they cannot deliver games to the customers that have paid in full 4 to 12 months ago.

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"Nobody is going to give them a deposit for a Centaur if they cannot deliver games to the customers that have paid in full 4 to 12 months ago"


meanwhile at CGC:



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