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Does MMR and AFMR have staying power in a small collection?

By Who-Dey

4 years ago


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“Are Remakes as good as newer games like TWD, GOT, MET, AC/DC etc?”

  • Yes they are great and never get old. 75 votes
    71%
  • No they get boring eventually and won't hold your interest like newer games with deeper rule sets. 31 votes
    29%

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#39 4 years ago
Quoted from Who-Dey:

You know that you aren’t making things any easier right? Lol

I think that you will like whatever machine comes in to your home. There is no such thing as a wrong or bad decision in pinball. Every decision is a good one, some decisions are just better than others! We have had plenty of access to MM, MB and AFM when they first came out. We had businesses with these machines and could play them all when ever and as much as we liked. 20 years + later and we are still playing them and buying new ones to put in our home. What a fantastic hobby.

#53 4 years ago
Quoted from Who-Dey:

I buy games with the intention of keeping them forever. That obviously may not happen once I reach my limit if a dream theme were to come along though. I then at that point would have to make a choice to let one of my games go or live without the new game that I really want. I’m not a fan of moving games in and out of the basement all the time, too much trouble since I don’t have a walk out basement.

So do we. We buy them with the intention of keeping them forever. We only sell them when we are sure that we have finished with them and have stopped playing them. Our collection can vary in size from 4 to 12 machines at any one time.

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