Hypothetically speaking, if one day Stern decided to dip back into their archives and release a "classic collection" by bringing back a handful of titles from their past and remake them in 2013 to look and sound exactly the same as they did when they were released, just with modern materials, technology, and construction that was made to look the part, do you guys think that they would sell? Would there be enough of a market by modern pin collectors to buck up and pay for a 2013 version of Meteor, Galaxy, or Flight 2000? I use Stern as an example only because Bally, Williams, and Gottlieb don't exist. I know that many of these titles can be found floating around much cheaper in their old form, but the idea of stepping up to a 2013 version of Seawitch or Catacomb and playing a few games would be pretty cool as well.
If you're going to reply by saying it will never happen, and Stern would never do such a thing, etc. Yes, I know this, we all know this. I also know Stern Electronics is a different company than Stern Pinball. I was just basically was curious as to people's thoughts on the subject and open up a thread that might get people thinking "what if", nothing more, nothing less, just a scenario to generate conversation.