And not a single new idea, all remakes and sequels.
You're making sequels sound as if that's a bad thing.
See, the only reason we're anticipating these games is that we know what they offered in their previous iterations, so there is an air of high expectation as to what these will offer now.
If there were to be a completely new engine, a totally different game with a name that nobody's ever heard before, I doubt you'd be lining up the queue to buy that immedietaly. But in case of these games, you will, since you already have an inkling of what they're capable of.