Summary: In case if you ever had fond memories playing specific pinball machines, Pinball: Hall of Fame contains thirteen oldschool tables brought to you by Gottlieb, from various points in time, and digitally remastered for your portable enjoyment. Actually, with that aspect in mind, I personally think pinball games actually fit better on handhelds than they do on consoles. What could be better than taking out your device to play a quick game?
Incredilbe portable into PSP and good addiction !!! ....
Jorge Villar, Amazon
8 August 2012
Summary: Very good game, highly addictive and portable into PSP, high respecto from those old games from tables into action complete on the PSP, with good respect for all the details on those games, sounds, tricks ....
Summary: Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection I enjoyed playing this so much, I bought one for my nephew as well. He is 10, and plays it with his family all the time. Great games, challenging and fun.
Summary: I've recently discovered this title for the PSP, impulse purchased on a whim. The gameplay has a great feel to it, which at least seems realistic to the tables presented (which are actual pinball machines). The gameplay is easy to dive into, perfect for a handheld, but it's also good enough to continue playing for protracted periods. I think the number of tables gives plenty of variety, too.
Summary: What I find amazing is the changing state of video games. Back in the day on GameBoy, you had to deal with limited graphics, no color, and basically an overall dumbed-down game compared to the console version. But here, we get the EXACT same quality as the PS2 version (which I own originally) PLUS two more tables! I had originally gotten this game because I've played most of the real tables featured in it over the years and love taking trips down memory lane.