X-Men LE: Magneto Edition

Stern's X-Men Pro and X-Men LE pinball machines adapt the classic Marvel comic into an intricate game.

Shown here is the X-Men LE version of the game ($7,999) with a special backglass depicting the X-Men nemesis Magneto.
Updated:
Photo by: Stern Pinball / Caption by:

X-Men LE: Wolverine Edition

A second limited edition version of the game is available with blue trim and Wolverine-themed backglass.

The LE versions of these pinball machines also include extra playfield features, such as a motorized "Ice Slide" ramp, pop-up Night Crawlers, color-changing LEDs, and a magnetic spinning disc.
Updated:
Photo by: Stern Pinball / Caption by:

X-Men LE: Wolverine Edition backglass

Here you can see a detailed image of the backglass graphic used for the Wolverine version of the X-Men LE pinball machine.
Updated:
Photo by: Stern Pinball / Caption by:

X-Men LE: Magneto Edition backglass

Here's the backglass graphic used for the Magneto version of the X-Men LE pinball machine.
Updated:
Photo by: Stern Pinball / Caption by:

X-Men Pro backglass

If the Limited Edition version of the X-Men game is too rich for your blood, the X-Men Pro edition can be had for $5,699. Shown here is the backglass graphic for the Pro edition, which has a little something for every X-Men fan.
Updated:
Photo by: Stern Pinball / Caption by:

X-Men Pro playfield

The more affordable X-Men Pro pinball game is no less challenging than the LE version. It includes two molded speed ramps, custom-molded Wolverine and Magneto figurines, a spinning Cyclops target, and a unique up-post ball lock positioned under Magneto.

Like any classic X-Men adventure, the basic game idea on any of the machines is to team-up the X-Men and fight Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants.
Updated:
Photo by: Stern Pinball / Caption by:

X-Men LE playfield

Of course, if you do have the extra money to throw at the Limited Edition version of the game, you won't be disappointed. Aside from the fancier mirror-finish backglass graphics and extra touches to the cabinet design, you also get quite a few enhancements to the gameplay.

The coolest of these playfield enhancements is a motorized "Ice Slide" ramp that transports the ball from the right side to the left.

For an in-depth walkthrough of the X-Men LE playfield, check out our full post on CNET's Crave blog.
Updated:
Photo by: Stern Pinball / Caption by:
Hot Galleries

Last-minute gift ideas

Under pressure? These will deliver on time

With plenty of top-notch retailers offering digital gifts, you still have time to salvage your gift-giving reputation.

Hot Products