I'm a big pinball fan. I used to spend hours and hours at the arcade, blowing through quarters to get the high score.

I'm also a huge Rush fan. Now, Stern is putting together a new pinball machine with my favorite rock group, and it looks awesome.

Stern has released an early look at the new pinball game, which they announced originally with a no-look announcement.

Now, they've released a few first look photos, and they've created three tiers of this awesome new release.

The sounds from the game feature music from the band, but also voice overs from Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee, and fellow Canadian Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies.

The lowest priced is the Pro version, starting at $6,899.

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Then comes the Premium edition, at $8,999. This version comes with a custom subway system and allows the Far Cry multiball.

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Finally, is the Limited Edition version, which comes with all kinds of special features.

"The highly collectible LE version includes the Expression Lighting System™.  With 96 intelligent RGB LEDs, the Expression Lighting System enables full color spectrum control.  Positioned in pockets cut into the cabinet sides to provide color themed full playfield illumination, this integrated playfield lighting system is synchronized to custom light shows specifically designed for every song and dynamically responsive to game events," the Stern website reads. "The LE version also includes an exclusive full color mirrored backglass inspired by Clockwork Angels, iconic custom cabinet artwork, custom high gloss and powder-coated guitar-shaped pinball armor, a custom designer-autographed bottom arch, exclusive inside art blades, upgraded audio system, anti-reflection pinball playfield glass, shaker motor, a sequentially numbered plaque, and a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Stern Chairman and CEO Gary Stern."

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The limited-edition version is going to run you $11,099.

The full gameplay reveal for the new machine comes on January 7th at 6pm Central. It'll be streamed on Twitch on Dead Flip's channel, the pinball authority of the internet.

Read more at Stern Pinball

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