The Pinball of the Dead Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: You don't have to know or appreciate the source material to really enjoy The Pinball of the Dead.
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  1. Positive: 15 out of 20
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  1. Although House of the Dead has been done before, and Pinball has been done before, SEGA and THQ did a great job of mixing the two together and making a fun and unique title with plenty of challenge and replayability.
  2. Inventive table design, challenging play, and the incorporation of George Romero-style dialogue from the original series, combine to make it hard to put this one down.
  3. It combines great visuals, good sound effects and good overall music, and is solid as a pinball game.
  4. 80
    Subtle touches such as the clips from HotD2, voice acting, and mimicked designs of the series' various settings make PotD a fitting homage to the series.
  5. Frighteningly fun. [July 2002, p.149]
  6. An excellently designed game, fun enough to take your mind off all the gun-toting soldiers at the airport while you wait for your flight.
  7. Console pinball is really not where it's at, but in this portable fashion, it is probably about as good as you can get.

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