Reviews and Problems with Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection
Showing 1-3 of 3
4 September 2012
Summary: Had higher hopes for this. They've put a lot of effort into faithfully re-creating the tables, but it ultimately doesn't matter. The experience just doesn't translate well onto a TV screen. You can't really see what's going on and there's no sense of accomplishment at all.
Not Appropriate for Some Ultra-Conservative Families
H.Wiles 1, Amazon
7 January 2011
Summary: Since this game was returned without opening, I did not rate it based on it's "fun" attributes. I rated it based on the content for an E ratings. I will admit that I did not realize there were two levels of E (everyone & 10+), but I figure that I'm not the only one. My comments are for other parents who are ultra-conservative as well in their choices for their family entertainment since this game may be just fine for many and looks like it would be fun to play.
Seemed great in reviews, but very poor fun in actuality
David Simmons "xenobuzz", Amazon
2 July 2010
Summary: I was thrilled to find a game for the Wii that garnered very high praise for its graphics, realism and intuitive camera movement. However, after playing a few rounds on all the different machines, my disappointment rose to disgust. While the ball physics are very realistic, it's impossible to shake the feeling that the game is deliberately screwing you by making you lose a ball immediately after one small burst of success.