The consoles envelop players in 1960s nostalgia with the help of design elements such as introductions by TV host Ed Sullivan; custom speech callouts from DJ Cousin Brucie, who introduced the Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1964 and more.
The limited-edition product will feature classic images of the group and is available in 100 diamond level editions (hardest), 250 platinum editions and 1614 gold editions, for a total of 1964 games, in honor of the year when Ed Sullivan introduced the Beatles to America and their career took off.
Game elements include flippers, drop targets, a magnetic spring record disc and an HD video screen, as well as unique art packages, a state-of-the-art high-fidelity three-channel audio system and more.
The Beatles pinball machines are available at SternPinball.com/buy.
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