Summary: I bought this game as I have the other version of Pinball Hall of fame the Williams collection which is a great game and superb simulation of some old time favorites. This Gottlieb collection leave much to be desired. You have to play one or two machines in order to earn credits to try other machines. The competition mode lets you try the other machines if you can score so many points on each machine. A few of the tables are just aweful.
Summary: If you aren't a real-world pinball aficionado, you might not be as aware of the slightly unrealistic physics during gameplay. I've played tens of thousands of games of pinball and never have I seen a solid steel ball bounce around like it commonly does in this game. Plus, many of the so-called "pinball games" are actually not pinball, but other types of amusement games. However, this is still a pretty nice package.
Summary: This is more like standing in front of the machine VS a Pinball game for the game unit. It was not exactly what I was looking for. I wanted it to be like pinball games normally are on the PSP. This made you feel like you were in the arcade. Over all it is not really bad. It was just not comfortable for me to play. It made me a tad dizzy. It took a bit to figure out how to view it easiest. I ended up trading my copy in at the local game store.