Bluf: Remakes with the option for new code.
I just want it to be as awesome and fun as the last few. I've had a AFMr and MMr rotate through my basement (MMr is still here) and they are high quality and amazingly fun games that made unattainable amazing pins attainable again. I hope they keep this business model and continue to make remakes that are relatively low risk. If they dropped a new remake every year or every other year I'd be thrilled.
I would of course love for them to make some great original games too, and I think they could do that while maintaining their classic gaming remakes. They could have their remakes and offer new code for them. Imagine Medieval Madness Remake Xtrem (MMrX). This could be a module sold as an update to the existing game that installs into the playfield. The module would add new game functions and a few playfield toys. The module would add programming that would turn the game into a mode based game, with 10 new modes started by entering the castle with new objectives to complete. Maybe even some cheap new playfield toys that would interact with the ball (King of pain footsoldiers over the merlin targets that danced like AFM martians). These kits wouldn't be cheap, maybe 1200 to 1500 but would add quite a bit to the game and drive demand for additional sales of the MMr machines. They could go down this line for conversions of the existing machines (that would dual boot into either MMr or MMrX modes) or build this into the Classic, Special, SPX, LEX models of their new machines.
O... and I want an Adams Family... licensing issues be damned!