Summary: Relive the '80s (whether you originally lived them or not) through the medium of flippers and metal balls.
Pros: Intuitive and well-implemented control scheme, Superb ball physics, Ten varied tables and achievements that present many challenges, Very high quality graphics recreate the classic tables beautifully
Cons: No online leaderboards, No pause menu camera controls
Conclusion: Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection doesn't really have any competition, so saying that it's the best pinball game currently available for the Wii wouldn't really count for much. This is one of the better pinball games to be released for any platform in recent memory, though, and it's a lot more affordable than a pinball table to boot.
Pros: The 10 featured tables are all very different, Superb dynamic camera option, Believable ball physics.
Cons: Occasionally lackluster visuals, Williams' superb Star Trek: The Next Generation table isn't featured.