I have zero interest in any of these, which is great news for my wallet and lack of space. I like what they are doing with pinball but would be far more interested in the Star Wars one- plus I’m almost finished building my own virtual pinball table.
The best news I’ve heard so far was during an interview with retro Ralph- they are still working on a golden tee/silver strike bowling cabinet. That’s a day one instant purchase for me.
Their entire focus should just be on things that aren't easily emulated, such as higher end titles like KI2 or things that totally lose the experience without the right controls (for instance, Golden Tee is easy to emulate, but absolutely sucks without the trackball). This is where I think they are getting it right with things like Golden Tee trackball, Star Wars yoke, and the lightgun and pinball stuff coming out (TBD on that experience, but very interesting).
Where they are getting it wrong is things like 2-4 games per unit, including 3 different Marvel cabinets (which now include SNES games apparently, which it a total rip off).
And this little size thing has to go. What started out maybe as kind of a novel concept is pointless now because everything now includes a riser, and now they're somewhat the right height but the width is now screwed up and it's just a jumbled mess. Just ditch this stacking thing and make them a normal standard size. I recall seeing something about it being a legal issue or something, but AT Games, previously known as the worst company in the world, seemed to get around it so figure it out.
In fact, between being a normal size, having a decent variety of controls, online connectivity, allowing firmware updates, and giving you the ability to add your own games, AT Games is actually doing a ton of stuff right. Basically the only thing they haven't done right so far is change their name from AT Games to something else.