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What Medieval Madness would you keep?


By Damien

1 year ago



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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by Extraballz
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“What Medieval Madness would you keep?”

  • Original 115 votes
    54%
  • Remake 99 votes
    46%

(214 votes)

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#6 1 year ago

Original if in great condition and you want to be a serious collector, but that will rule out the upgraded LCD and speaker panel that is still planned for the remake. I’d lean towards owning an original if it is exceptional, although of the three I owned, only one was as good as my remake.

#62 1 year ago

Between MMR and MM with a Mirco playfield, I’d keep the MMR as that means your machine has seen a lot of use. Your MMR playfield is more “original” than your Mirco, literally created with the same silkscreen process in the same factory in Chicago as the MM. Then I’d keep my eyes open for a high quality MM if having the original is important to you.

#67 1 year ago
Quoted from PtownPin:

to say it pays quite a bit different is ridiculous...I had a restored MM and a MMRLE right next to each other for months. Both setup exactly the same, and they play the SAME...the reality is every machine plays a little different

This is correct.

#69 1 year ago

I'd take MMR over a Mirco MM anyday.

#71 1 year ago

Not intended to be snarky, was curious if you have played them on location, as it increases variability. It is fine to disagree here. I'd probably take an original in amazing shape over the remake from a collector's point of view, but not one that has been played to the point the playfield has to be replaced. MBR, on the other hand, is looking really impressive, and I might take the remake over the original. I owned an AFMR LE and liked it but it wasn't as fun to me as the original that I used to own. So this is why I agree with PtownPin above on variability.

#75 1 year ago

Sounds like I need to get another MM...

#80 1 year ago

Also my experience. But I’d be happy to swap for a HEP restored MM, those are amazing.

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