Reviews and Problems with Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection
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Great game for the family!
13 January 2012
Summary: I gave this to my son for Christmas and he and everyone in the family loves to play it together. For me it brought back a lot of fun memories. Nothing beats the real thing but this is a great game!
Great pinball game but PS3 version has more tables
12 November 2009
Summary: First, I love this game and play it quite a lot. I would've given it five stars, but took away one because the PS3 version of the same title contains 3 extra tables - No Good Gofers, Medieval Madness and Tales of the Arabian Nights. The game is so good I'm considering getting the PS3 version too just to play the additional tables. It's a lot of fun to play and can be very addictive. Even on the Wii the graphics are quite realistic.
Summary: Being a pinball nut, I basically collect all things pin-related; videogame recreations of the silver ball game being one of them. Through the years, It has gotten progressively better with the Super Pinball series, the Pro Pinball series, and the incredible DIY future pinball and visual pinball releases. I've got to say, after having played this for a few hours, Pinball Hall of Fame: the Williams Collection is hands-down the best simulation to date.
Summary: I just spent the last few hours happily reliving memories from decades ago when I used to play some of the ten actual tables contained in this game during the golden age of arcades. I remember the last time I played Funhouse was just a few weeks before the arcade that had it was closed. I haven't played it again since until now, and thanks to the careful attention to detail paid by the games developers, it is just as I remember.