Excerpt: As a kid I always loved to play pinball, even though I never was any good at it. Through the years, I've owned a few pinball games for the PC as well. Not that I got any better at it, but there's just something addictive about the simplicity of pinball. Or, at least, I thought it was simplistic.
PS3 Review - 'Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection'
29 September 2009
Summary: Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection offers 13 Classic Williams tables from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, including three new tables, as well as online leaderboards and trophies, multi-player for up to four players and HD Compatibility.
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection Review
Strategy Gaming Online
28 September 2009
Excerpt: For those who have been gaming long enough, it's hard to deny the major role that pinball machines played in building today's video game industry. I was barely tall enough to see through the glass by the time that video games started crowding out pinball machines in local arcades, but sometimes I...
Pinball Hall Of Fame: The Williams Collection Review
22 September 2009
Summary: The Williams Collection, which features thirteen of the titular company's vintage pinball machines from the '70s, '80s, and '90s, comes the closest that any pinball video game ever has to replicating the experience of playing a real pinball machine.
Pros: Great controls., Realistic physics., Almost feels like real pinball.
Cons: Viewpoint resets at every table., Not all tables unlocked to start., No online tournaments.