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WTB: Medieval Madness Remake


By RandomKG

10 months ago



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#1 10 months ago

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WTB: Medieval Madness Remake

Added: July 13th, 2018 Ended: August 17th, 2018

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Any trim MMR. No originals. No trades.


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#2 10 months ago

Good luck, shouldn't be hard...I wouldn't want a remake.

#3 10 months ago
Quoted from shacklersrevenge:

Good luck, shouldn't be hard...I wouldn't want a remake.

Thanks-
Why no remake?

#4 10 months ago
Quoted from ATLpb:

Thanks-
Why no remake?

I was in for a deposit on a remake when it was announced and backed out when I saw under that playfield. Trolls popping through the middle of the board, node boards, daisy chain, micro parts, in other words, if something breaks on that games pcb hardware, who can fix that stuff? Your down time is possibly weeks and most likely expensive and there is no history with it, making it a potentially very expensive future paperweight.

The original has 20 years of proven reliability and tech support, if it breaks, you can fix whatever on it with ease.

Just my two cents, I went for an original and I’m thrilled.

#5 10 months ago
Quoted from shacklersrevenge:

I was in for a deposit on a remake when it was announced and backed out when I saw under that playfield. Trolls popping through the middle of the board, node boards, daisy chain, micro parts, in other words, if something breaks on that games pcb hardware, who can fix that stuff? Your down time is possibly weeks and most likely expensive and there is no history with it, making it a potentially very expensive future paperweight.
The original has 20 years of proven reliability and tech support, if it breaks, you can fix whatever on it with ease.
Just my two cents, I went for an original and I’m thrilled.

Yup. Me too. I would not buy an MMR. I ultimately went with original after months of research.

#6 10 months ago

I have a MMRLE and love it. It's a great game. I was so happy with how good the game is I had no problem getting AFMLE. Looks like PPS has the standards in stock. http://www.planetarypinball.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=SFNT.

#7 10 months ago
Quoted from Quadrat:

I have a MMRLE and love it. It's a great game. I was so happy with how good the game is I had no problem getting AFMLE. Looks like PPS has the standards in stock. http://www.planetarypinball.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=SFNT.

Thanks. I don’t like paying for NIB.

I have an AFMRLE, at my location, My Parents Basement in ATL and its flawless so I don’t have the remake concerns either.

#8 10 months ago

Have had both. The OG one was great but required much more maintenance (as expected from a 20 year old game) than my MMR has.

MMR has been out for a few years now and I haven’t heard a lot of complaints about the board set... besides the poeple who are sure they’re just ticking time bombs.

The MMR plays faster and smoother, the castle drawbridge is quieter, the hi res color display option is very cool (although ColorDMD ain’t bad) and they have a large screen option on the way soon (?) plus the added shaker motor option.

Unless you just can’t deal with the missing Williams logos, I feel that MMR is basically as good as the original and better in a lot of ways, and generally cheaper then a used route MM.

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#9 10 months ago

Bueller.
Bueller.
Bueller.

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