Checked this out over the weekend and tried the Yavin Death Star attack, Hoth snowspeeders, and Falcon vs. Death Star II. I'm afraid I'd only rate it as "that was kinda neat." The panoramic bubble screen was
really cool and immersive, almost like VR without depth perception, but the gameplay was shallow even for a rail shooter. "Turn this way, now press the fire button, now you can't press the fire button anymore, ok now press the other fire button." The throttle didn't seem to do much more than let you slightly vary how far away your only allowable target enemy appeared.
I'm glad I tried it, and I'll probably go back another time to do the two scenarios I skipped and replay the two Death Star runs, but I don't think it's worth going through extraordinary lengths to find the game if you don't have one nearby.
How much does it cost to play a game?
I think the card reader said it cost 15 "chips" a scenario, and you get X chips per dollar if you get the $10 card but Y
chips per dollar if you get the $20 card, and you can SUPERCHARGE
your card to get 25% more chips for an extra cost which may or may not give you more chips per dollar.
Really I have no idea how much real dollars moneys I spent.