Walmart High Res Images of The Last Jedi Pinball (Spoilers)

Walmart.com has posted a listing (found with a simple search) for a Jakks Pacific Pinball game for the The Last Jedi that give ultra-clear images of some of the new characters from the film. Click on through for the images.

Note: I didn’t include the third image of the kid playing the game. He is obviously a paid actor and probably hates pinball and modern “Star Wars“.

  • K-2SO

    If you look closely you can see that kylo ren have a metal arm.

  • 80sRobot

    As others have pointed out on Rebelscum, this pinball image reveals a lot:

    1. The Praetorian guards.
    2. The Porgs.
    3. A Resistance X-Wing is underwater. Will Rey raise it from the depths? (Is that shot of Rey in the teaser the lead to this moment?)
    4. The name/type of Kylo’s TIE is TIE Silencer?

  • Barney Dunn

    Starting to look like SyFy channel sort of thing.

  • darthmadonna

    I love troopers and Red royal Guards even the Imperial Sentinels but I am just not feeling anything for these new red guards.

    • 80sRobot

      You know the shiny red of SOLO cups? That’s the first thing that came to my mind seeing this. Their armor looks to be made of the same plastic as those cups lol.

      • darthmadonna

        Yes the plating looks like solo cups just cut in half and layered on LOL

  • GIBBS v2

    Porgs!

    • Inexplicable Nuclear Balls

      Oh yeah, we got Porgs!

  • SID

    lol remember seeing the TFA pinballs all over the streets (in the trash or smashed) in many of the boroughs of NYC, RI and MA. More crap a kid gets Just because a parent finds this instead of figures on the shelves.
    PS. These characters revealed are NOT COOL. I had hoped the R2 bird thing would not pan out… Well once again makingstarwars was right.

    • darthmadonna

      yes yes yes and more yes. It feels that the focus is all about the junk disposable toys now.

      • SID

        cheaper to manufacture I assume. Since junk like this is just a print out.
        just wish it was “olde days” when it was just action figures. Cheap. Disposable. Millions of them…