Harley Davidson Third Edition Pinball Review


Today I’m playing Harley Davidson Third Edition.
Designed by Lonnie D. Ropp and John Borg,
and released in 1999 by Stern, Harley rides
into Farsight Studio’s for a digital emulation
treatment.
The objective of harley davidson is to travel
through 16 cities to complete Today I’m playing
Harley Davidson Third Edition.
Designed by Lonnie D. Ropp and John Borg,
and released in 1999 by Stern, Harley rides
into Farsight Studio’s for a digital emulation
treatment.
The objective of Harley Davidson is to travel
through 16 cities to complete Milkauwee Multiball
and score a lot points.
You ramp up miles by completing any of the
targets on the table, so keeping the balls
up and long games are necessary for high scores
and seeing all of the features.
You can earn a rider’s patch in each city
you reach by entering the stop light.
And there’s a ton of multiballs modes, include
speedometer multiball, red light multiball,
and Harley multiball, that you earn by slamming
the ball into miniature model Harley Fatboy.
Theres not much in playfeild other than the
live/ride drop targets, and some bumpers on
the left, so this very fast table.
Multiball can be frustrating because it totally
disrupts all your flow, But when you pull
it off, it looks very exciting.
The biggest problem with Harley Davidson third
edition is the video mode.
It happens too frequently and takes you out
of the game way too long.
And running over pedestrians is suppose to
be funny I guess.
Other than the that table is generally repetitive
with not much more to do.
You get to choose a gift each ball, but I
don’t see why you wouldn’t choose next city
each time, at least until you get to Milwaukee,
which you might never get to.
And if you do you get 80 seconds of unlimited
multiballs to hit the motorcycle.
Overall Harley Davidson’s third edition pinball
is good few quick shits and giggles.
You think that after 3 editions they would
have balanced some of the elements better.
So what do you think, would you like to see
a 4th edition?
What are some tables that give you a hard time.
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