Reviews and Problems with Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection
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Family fun ---- good for up to four players
B Happy, Amazon
6 September 2011
Summary: Fun for the whole family. I have a Grand daughter that's a lefty we put the control in her right hand with nunchuck in left. She had a much easier time with it evev beat her big brother and me.
Summary: This truley is the best pinball game across platforms. Makes you feel like you are at the real tables and the wii controls work well. This is a hard to find gem so if you or a friend love pinball do not hesitate to buy this game. My father loves this game on all levels and his only complaint is that there weren't more tables and the credits you earn do not account for much. But this game is awesome.
Summary: I LOVE THIS PINBALL GAME. I WAS A PINBALL FANATIC IN HIGH SCHOOL WHEN WE HAD TO GO TO AN ARCADE TO PLAY VIDEO GAMES. THIS IS AS CLOSE TO THE REAL THING AS ONE CAN GET. THIS GAME BROUGHT BACK SO MANY MEMORIES! I ONLY PLAYED A FEW OF THE GAMES AND MY SKILLS CAME ROARING BACK. I HAD ACTUALLY PLAYED A FEW OF THESE GAMES ON THE REAL PINBALL MACHINE AND THE VIDEO VERSION HAS THE SAME FEEL AS THE REAL MACHINES. YOU CAN EVEN TILT THE MACHINE! HOW COOL IS THAT?
Summary: I am an old pinball player who started playing in the early 60's. The Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is an accurate emulation of those classic machines. They are a lot of fun to play and are very challenging. This is a must buy for any age Wii player.
Summary: I am 64 years old and just got this game yesterday. Can't believe the graphics and the music. The controls were very easy to use. It took me a while to realize that waving the remote and nunchuck shakes the boards. I have a full size pinball machine and this by far is great. Several playing fields can be selected. I really liked the way in the instruction booklet they describe the playing field as well as the year in which it came about.
Summary: What a great game. I am 61 and played pinball when I was young. Once I start playing this game I can not stop. Some games are older and some newer and there are so many goal to achive. I'm already in the top 5 on about 4 games as far as top scores. Get the Pinball by the Williams Collection. Have fun.
Summary: As an old guy (58) who grew up with the silver ball and beat every machine in Texas, I have to say that the Williams Collection is about as close as it gets to the real thing. I've played a lot of other simulations and they pretty much suck. The only problem I had with the Wii system is that the Nunchuk gave me horrible cramps in my hand. I built a box that holds them both on the sides like real flippers. It makes the whole experience much more enjoyable.
Summary: I only recently bought a wii so my collection of games is at this limited but if I had a whole library of wii games this one would be in the top 5. Not only was this a fun game but it was easy for a non-gaming person like myself to figure out and most of all it took me back to the arcades of my youth. The sounds & effects were great and I love wii controls on this game. I have to say this is a great value.
Summary: This is a must-have game for pinball fans. Classic tables from the best pinball designer in the world. I was thrilled to see Pin*Bot on there - I had the NES version many years ago so it was great to play it again. A few of the older tables like Gorgar at first appeared boring - lots of open space - but after playing them a few times you come to appreciate their particular challenges and goals.