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SPOILER: Want To Play The Last Jedi Pinball?

A Reddit user has found a listing on Walmart.com that shows a new The Last Jedi pinball game. I mean, wow…exciting, but what this actually provided was a new look at three different Praetorian Guards, one new Stromtrooper Design, new look at Kylo Ren, a look at a brand new creature called “Porgs” as well as some other images. Again, these are spoilers so enter at your own risk!


This will serve as your LAST spoiler warning!


Turn back now if you don’t want to see them!


Okay, so since you’re here you obviously can’t wait! Here is the actual Walmart listing.


This is the actual pinball game. Not too exciting, but it’s the images we want!



Here we see Kylo Ren kneeling with his helmet, Captain Phasma, and the new trooper design



Here we get a great look at Three Praetorian Guard designs and weapons. Snoke is also in the left corner



And here we see Luke and Rey, but the real treat is the Porgs on R2 and around him. We have heard rumors of these and some artist renderings, but now we can officially see these creatures.

One more closer image of the Porgs, be sure to click on it to see it bigger

So what do you think? I am actually liking the Praetorian Guards the more I see them. I still think they look a bit like rolley-polley bugs, but I am getting used to them now

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  • The characters look like they’re from Spaceballs.

    • Thundrstruckd

      May the Schwartz be with us!

      • We’re gonna need it!

        • Thundrstruckd

          I’m curious. When this comes, will then be now?

          • CT-7567

            You just cracked the greatest mystery of TFA! Rey used the instant home video copy of TFA to watch the duel with Kylo. She was able to beat him because she knew all his moves in advance. Now it makes sense!

          • Thundrstruckd

            Everything that is happening now is now!

      • Fire JJ Make SW Great Again!

        The Quest For More Money. I’d like to see Brooks make that one before he dies even though he’s nearly 100 and just really take the piss out both the PT/ST.

        • Thundrstruckd

          I’d rather go to the AMC and see Spaceballs than this.

        • Mike_5555

          Mel Brooks did recently say that he was talking with MGM about doing a sequel to Spaceballs.

          • CT-7567

            I love that movie. You? I was ten when it came out and to this day I want figures. I’m looking at you, Funko. Or Super 7, I guess.

          • Jimmy Griffin

            Oh man, now that you mention it, I can’t believe Funko hasn’t made any ReAction Spaceball figures! Would definitely buy. I loved Spaceballs.

          • Funtomaz

            I’m not sure this still applies to 2017, but back when Spaceballs was made I believe there was an agreement with Lucasfilm that Spaceballs wouldn’t have any merchandise (action figures etc).

          • CT-7567

            There was. Mel Brooks called Lucas because he wanted to make sure nothing in the film offended him. Lucas was fine with the movie but asked that they don’t produce action figures because they’d be “too much like ours”. It’s on the Spaceballs DVD. I find it a bit odd because SW toys were dead in 1987.

          • Mike_5555

            It’s not Brooks’ best movie, but I love it.

          • CT-7567

            My favorite is Young Frankenstein. You?

          • Mike_5555

            Either The Producers (1967) or Young Frankenstein. I go back and forth.

          • CT-7567

            Blazing Saddles is pretty funny too.

    • Rykrof_Enloe


      • CT-7567

        At least Yogurt the wise understood proper merchandising!

    • zerobobby77

      Nah. Spaceballs was original.

    • CT-7567

      Lol. What are you doing in this thread anyway?? ST hater! 😛

  • starfreak74

    There’s something about that guard on the left I really seem to like.

    • I think that is my favorite of the three so far.

    • Rivesjunctionite

      These guards look better than the Lego version.

      • General Hux

        Those Lego buildable figures are never a good thing to use as a reference for the real thing.

        • Rivesjunctionite

          I hope they do the space puffins right.
          Space puffins!

          • General Hux

            We better get a space puffin in the 3.75 scale…have it come in a pack with Artoo or something.

          • Rivesjunctionite

            Every AchTo figure better come with 3-4 of the little guys. In fact, just ditch the packin junk and give us 50 different Porgs to collect as random packins.

  • zerobobby77

    Porgs? More like pokemons if u ask me

    • They’re modeled after the birds that actually live on Skellig Michael, but yes…I am tempted to toss an Ultra Ball at them.

      • CT-7567

        Good call posting this. Jaken noticed the underwater X-Wing and I have ve to say it concerns me. They can’t be dumb enough to have Rey try and levitate it, can they? If she is able to lift it, which Luke couldn’t do in ESB, I’m walking out of the theater.

        • Shhhh Don’t say such things! NOBODY would be stupid enough to do that…would they? Oh boy…im nervous now.

          • CT-7567

            Yup. Between walkers and the submerged X-Wing…not good signs.

  • Rivesjunctionite

    Space puffins!

    • LuckDragon

      I like the Space Puffins. Nice name btw. I think it will stick.

    • General Hux

      Watch your language!

  • Fire JJ Make SW Great Again!

    Awww, I was hoping this was going to be like the awesome electronic life-size Episode I one.

    Btw, That guard might possibly be the stupidest looking design in the entire ST which is really saying something.

    • Fire JJ Make SW Great Again!

      Oh Jeebus! I didn’t even notice the Porgs before I wrote that, I take my comment back.

  • Jaken Wraith

    That does look like Luke’s Red 5 X-Wing underwater. On the other side of the shot is a Coastline and breaking Wave’s, so it is an X-Wing underwater, and not just a stylized rendering of one in Space. That is the biggest thing revealed in the Shot. And i see million’s and million’s for Disney in Plush Porg Toy’s. Chewie and R2 have special relationship’s with the Porg’s while they are on the Island. They provide alot of the Humor and Heart in the Movie. And they need something to do when Luke and Rey are training.

    • Brian Palmer

      That definitely looks like an X-Wing, although the engine shape seems more like the newer T-70’s we saw in TFA, so it may not be his original Red 5.

      My only thought is that there will be a scene in which Rey attempts to levitate the submerged X-Wing from the water while Luke tells her, “Do or do not, there is no try.” 🙂

      • Jaken Wraith

        After really looking it over, i think it is a T-70. That Engine is split. There is supposed to be a scene where Rey want’s to leave to save her Friend’s while on Ach-To training, and Luke mentionins that he once left Training to save his Friends, and Yoda did not want him to. He then says something like “i am not Yoda” and he goes with Rey to save them..

        • CT-7567

          Oh man. Rey sensing her friends in danger during training. If she attempts to raise the X-Wing that’s not good either. If she actually accomplishes the task that Luke failed in ESB, that’s not good either.

    • CT-7567

      The engine makes it look like a T-70. Still, it would be a neat concept if Luke flew there ten years ago in an X-Wing and scuttled it do he could never leave. Good catch, though.


    winged ewoks

  • HanSoloMio

    Have they officially run out of ideas? Praetorian guard stormtroopers that actually borrow from historical armor design? Hybrid penguin Bubo owls – that make me think they stayed up late getting drunk watching Clash of the Titans for inspiration. I’m scared Paul.

    • Funtomaz

      Star Wars always borrowed from historical uniform or armor designs, this is nothing new really. Just think of all the Samurai helmets in the OT and WW2 inspired imperial uniforms. I find the bladed weapons a strange choice.

  • EPC-421

    Yeah the Praetorian Guard aren’t looking so bad, the right is the best of the three for me.
    Kylo Ren still has his helmet didn’t he left it inside the Starkiller Base?

    • Kicker2

      Unless he has more than one helmet

      • Brian Palmer

        It’s too bad that we can’t get a good look at it here because the helmet he wore in TFA had some small nicks and dents that, if present on this one, would indicate whether it was the same–but it would be a stretch to explain how he retrieved it before the base exploded. I have a feeling that he either had a spare or fashioned a new one.

  • Joseph

    I like the praetorian guards. It looks like they all have the same armor. Just different helmets and different weapons. Real cool.

  • General Hux

    The Praetorian Guard looks kind of odd with the visor up, but really cool with it down.
    The porgs are interesting.

    • Xo Tica

      The Guards look interesting, my favourite is the one on the right which has a Mandalorian look to it . The Guard to the left has a helmet where the bottom of it is very Phasma looking.

      • General Hux

        They have a very samurai-y look to them, reminds me of the Tamashi stations movie realization ERG.

        • CT-7567

          Definitely. The one on the right is my least favorite, but I like the other two. I’m starting to get excited for FF. 🙂

          • General Hux

            I know the feeling! 🙂

    • Funtomaz

      I say Furby Porg! 😀

  • zx_spectrum_30


    • CT-7567

      X1000 internets for referencing the old Marvel series.

  • Mbraze

    I really don’t like the look of these Guards – the annoying thing is that they’re all red as well, to make them even more “Discount ERG”.
    After the criticisms of TFA, could they not have altered these guys somewhat? Made them, gold or something?

    • Long Snoot

      I personally don’t have any problem with the First Order taking some inspiration from the Empire, especially when it comes to colors and simbols. They real issue is when they do the same thing that happened to the TIE Fighter, like taking the same exact royal guard armor, painting it like a shadow guard and calling it “FO Royal Guard”. Now that’s a lazy design.

  • Long Snoot

    The guards look cool (even if I still don’t love the giant visor helmet), but I don’t really like the design choice of the weapons. They make me think about that scene of Indiana Jones where the arab swordsman gets killed by a pistol shot.

  • Long Snoot

    One of the aurebesh writings means “TIE-Silencer”, probably the name of Kylo’s TIE.

    • CT-7567

      Good catch.

  • Darth_Rizzen

    Hmm… Where are the Praetorian guards exactly?
    All I see is a Red Hood ripoff

    And a pair of Cobra Crimson Guards.

    Yes I’m being mean.?

    I just don’t get the Praetorians’ outfit.
    TFA established that the FO was all about refining Imperial designs, but here it looks like they took the ERG’s sleek combat gear and regressed to Renaissance era equipment!


    The Porgs will be the super cute comic reliefs, I guess. Good to see them confirmed.

    • CT-7567

      Red Hood is one of the Robins, right?

      • Darth_Rizzen

        Err… Which Red Hood? ?

        The classic Red Hood, from 1951 (Detective Comics Vol 1 168) was none other than the man who would become the Joker. The Joker himself reused the costume as a prank.
        The illustration I chose was from the classic story “The Killing Joke” by Alan Moore & Brian Bolland, which reprised the 51 origin story and expanded on it. A must read for any Batman fan. ?

        Later on, a second Red Hood surfaced. This one was Jason Todd, the second Robin who was captured and murdered by the Joker (see “A Death in the Family”) then resurrected by way of a Lazarus Pit (the key to Ra’s Al Ghul’s superhuman longevity). This Red Hood is something of an anti-hero, closer to the Punisher than Batman.

        The New 52 introduced an origin story for the Red Hood outfit itself.

        Complicated, yep!

        • CT-7567

          Yup. I meant Jason Todd. I have an animated movie about the Red Hood. I also have Killing Joke and A Death ITF, but I haven’t read Killing Joke since I got it the summer the first Keaton Batman film was released. I love the Death in the Family trade paperback that I have. What do you think of the artwork in that book? My copy is on the old newspaper pulp paper, which I like for older comics. Have you ever watched any of the DC straight-to-dvd animated movies? Batman: Year one, Dark Knight Returns and the couple of team ups with Superman are awesome. Public Enemies is probably the best, but the second one is good too. Darkseid kidnapping Supergirl and all. Crisis on Infinite Earths is good and so is Wonder Woman. Definitely check them out if you haven’t already. They release about four a year.

          • Jimmy Griffin

            I’m sure I have the same edition of A Death in the Family that you do. The artist on that book, Jim Aparo, is my single favorite Batman artist. And yeah, the old newspaper pulp really adds something IMO. I love the DC animated movies more than any live action DC movie since The Dark Knight Rises (although I haven’t seen Wonder Woman yet). I’m a little behind on watching the animated movies, haven’t seen anything from The Killing Joke adaptation forward. Like you, I got my copy of The Killing Joke around the time Batman 89 came out, it was also when I got The Dark Knight Returns and Arkham Aslyum. Great stuff.

          • Darth_Rizzen

            What do you think of the artwork in that book?

            I’m a bit torn on the classic 70s-80s style of artwork. I like the drawings and designs, especially for the Joker (the crowbar scene is striking), but the lack of background replaced by bright colours is a bit jarring to me. I was raised on more detailed French and Belgian “bandes dessinées” which might explain this feeling.

            I tend to like the cover art, though. And one of my favourite images of the Joker has to be the introduction to “The Joker’s Five Way Revenge” by Neal Adams

            Have you ever watched any of the DC straight-to-dvd animated movies?

            I’ve seen the Dark Knight Returns, the Killing Joke and parts of Batman: Assault on Arkham.
            I agree that TDKR was very good. I’ve watched it countless times. ?

            TKJ was a major letdown for me, though. Mark Hamill didn’t seem to be inspired, sadly, and the new first part that was supposed to introduce Batgirl to newcomers was just horrible. I felt an utter and complete lack of respect for her skills and strength of character. This just wasn’t the Batgirl I knew from the comics or the Arkham games.

            Arkham was OK.

            I wasn’t aware of Year One, though. I must track it down, I loved the comic book. Thanks for the heads up! ?

            I don’t follow the Justice League comics and cartoons, just Batman, really… I do know they’re around and sometimes lend a hand, don’t worry. I’ll even watch the
            upcoming movie. ?

  • Boba Fettuccini

    I wonder if the porgs have anything to do with the fact that the actual island is swarming in puffins.

  • CT-7567

    I wonder if the 3poa Artoo will have a little bird on his done as an accessory. If they’re going for the next cute thing ala Ewoks I don’t think it’s going to work. Ewoks are cute I guess, but they’re also awesome

  • I find it funny how it says “don’t click through if you don’t want to see spoilers,” yet it’s OK to specifically name said spoilers beforehand.

  • Coleman Miller

    I just want to play pinball

  • HanSoloMio

    Wait Kylo is kneeling, and leaning on his lightsaber. Wouldn’t it penetrate whatever it was leaning on?

  • Sithewok

    So, which of the Praetorian guards will be the one in the 3.75″ Black Series wave?

  • Funtomaz

    The Praetorian guards could make great action figures, especially if SH Figuarts will release one too. The bladed weapons I find odd, anachronistic somehow, it’s weird to see one guard wield a Khukri. What good would they do against a blaster? Something more “SciFi” looking would have been nice.

    If the sunken X-Wing is an actual plot point (why else would they include it?) then I call for yellow alert. Or maybe trying to lift sunken X-Wings is part of the official Jedi exams! 😀

  • Zarco Rey

    That Sith dumb Ren kid sure plays a mean pinball.

  • Emperor was a jerk

    To the left of the guards looks to be the first non-holographic image of Snoke we’ve seen.

  • Captain Yorr

    Great review of this product. I thought each section was covered perfectly

  • DustinW

    Looks like Kylo has a new, more refined saber!

  • ILoveSand

    For a minute there I thought Bubo from Clash of the Titans was going to make an appearance in TLJ.

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