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Stern announces Metallica pinball machines

April 17, 2013
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Stern Pinball, Inc., the leading maker of arcade-quality pinball in the world, has honored one of the world’s foremost metal bands with the newest addition to their rock ‘n’ roll collection and has hit a bull’s eye with Metallica devotees, gamers, and consumer electronic connoisseurs.
 
 
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Thaaat’s right: Say hello to the Metallica pinball machine.
 
Channeling the band’s aggressive musicianship and notoriously fast tempos, the Metallica pinball game will set the tone for an exhilarating player experience by featuring 12 classic Metallica hits culled from their over 30-year history including “Creeping Death,” “Master Of Puppets,” “Battery,” “One,” and “Fade To Black.” 
 
“We are proud to release our newest music-themed game designed to capture the raw, rebellious nature of Metallica,” said Gary Stern, Chairman and CEO of Stern Pinball, Inc.
 
The Metallica game continues both the Stern Pinball and the Stern family tradition of producing quality pinball machines for young and old. The company traces its lineage to Philadelphia in the 1930s when Sam Stern entered the business of operating pinball games. Sam Stern subsequently became part owner and president of Williams Manufacturing, a pioneer in the pinball industry, and passed his lifelong enthusiasm for the game and the business of pinball to his son Gary Stern who founded Stern Pinball. Today pinball remains one of America’s favorite pastimes.
 
The Metallica pinball machine is available through authorized Stern distributors and dealers; it can also be ordered online.
 
Pro Version:  $4,995
Premium Version (Road Case): $6,995
Limited Edition Version: (Master Of Puppets): $7,595
 
Features for all models are listed here
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