Quoted from Crile1:
I don't think TNA will be hard to find in the future. Every "keeper" eventually comes up for sale. AMH was commanding near 10K prices during its manufacturing run because of its limited (150) number. But I had 3 second hand ones to choose from when I went looking for one last year.
I mean, that's great for you and two other people, but the 4th guy is out of luck.
All games move around, even the super rare ones change hands. But the pool to pick from dictates certain realities, and how much time and patience you're willing to put in is a real factor.
I really love the 1980/81 Bally games. I've had Flash Gordon, Eight Ball Deluxe, Fathom (thanks to snaroff for the loan of a beautiful game), Fireball II, Mystic, and Medusa. I'd still like to own a Centaur, just not big on the price for a decent one. Great games.
But TNA is really the perfect game for me, all the things I like about the old titles, with all the modern upgrades I've come to enjoy too. Picking up a title like Flash Gordon for $2k or the like, great. Spending the $6k for a nice older title? For that cash I'm more into TNA for sure.
I hope they make a ton. But it's realistically going to be like a Cactus Canyon, rare-ish, available, but not something you can just casually grab.