So I'm I correct that the newer pins (mostly Stern's), do not have an actual video game mode? Meaning, there is no actual partake of the user that he uses flipper buttons or action button in any way of skill action or to add points. I of course know that the user can select battles, music, characters and the sort, as well as see the battle status/fighting animation; all displayed on the back box screen, but there aren't any actual video game sequences (one newer pins with LCD screens on back box) right? Like for example shooting at werewolves in Bram stokers Dracula pin on the DMD.
If not, how come you think that is, seems like a great feature that can be added, with great graphics available and nice large screen to use.
I know that pinball is different than video games, but they seem to have adapted the video screens well, and with a small video game sequence or two that would hardly compromise the pin's focus of pinball skill.
...and I know that would increase the cost as you would need more software development/integration/animation work done etc, but you could also make this a premium level item or even sacrifice some other video development for this..
Just really surprises me that this is not done on newer pins.
Anyone else share this view?