In regards to industry, JJP prices their titles so they stay in business and avoid the their mistakes of the past. The choices made for themes (not necessarily licenses), integration, and production numbers will determine the final outcome. Many people are waiting for the "next JJP title" today, as the rocket hit has not been achieved by the widest audience for any game since 2013.
The continued macro decrease in overall NIB sales (by all manufacturers) for home use over comparative increase in used game sales will not help based on the present economy changes.
People have a tendency to skew costs of used games based on the recent trends previous to 2017, which is not accurate based on general devaluation over time. Most new pinball machines will lose an average of $2500-3000, in the first 5 years of lifecycle starting from initial distributor sale as a norm, with the exception of a handful of titles. Only now some have come to this understanding.