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Pinball Hall of Fame
7.5 out of 10

Pinball Hall of Fame

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Overall 6
6.3

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection

Auracore MediaWorks
16 November 2009
  • Summary: Calling all Pinball Fanatics! No, seriously. Just the fanatics.
  • Pros: Simple gameplay; anyone can pull two triggers to control the pinball arms; there will be at least one table you'll enjoy.
  • Cons: Visuals when playing the pinball machines leave something to be desired; can be difficult to hit targets; challenge mode can be a little frustrating.
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Expert Review

JIVEMagazine.com
3 May 2009
Overall 7
7.0
Gameplay 7
7.0
Graphics 7
7.0
Sound 7
7.0
Multiplayer 6
6.0

Pinball Hall of Fame The Gottlieb Collection

GamersHell.com
2 June 2006
  • Excerpt: first made a notable appearance on the PS2, and now those established fans with longings to play portably can stop hauling their TVs while carrying a power generator on their backs:
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

GamesFirst!
4 January 2006
  • Excerpt: Crave has delivered a really great pinball collection to the PSP. Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection features over a dozen classic Gottlieb pinball tables and arcade miscellany, all simulated in loving detail.
  • Pros: ups: Nice recreations of classic pinball machines, cool sharing feature supports multiplayer gaming on a single cartridge, good fodder for pinball fans.
  • Cons: downs: Doesn't do much to attract new fans, screen aspect and controls somewhat at odds.
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Overall 7
7.0

Pinball Hall of Fame

TotalPlayStation.com
1 January 2006
  • Conclusion: A very solid $20 offering. It's nothing that will sell a PSP, but as a impulse bargain buy, it should keep most very, very happy -- provided they like pinball. REALLY like pinball.
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Overall 9
9.0
Gameplay 10
10
Graphics 9
9.0
Sound 8
8.0

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Portable Review
22 December 2005
  • Excerpt: In 1947, Gottlieb released Humpty Dumpty - the first pinball machine with flippers. This proved to be the turning point of coin-operated gaming. They weren’t the flippers that we know and love in today’s games. Instead, they were tiny flippers placed along the playing field.
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