Pinball Hall of Fame - The Gottlieb Collection Image
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  • Summary: Pinball Hall of Fame features more than eight pinball tables from the '60s through the '90s. The game features realistic physics, detailed graphics, and sounds captured directly from the actual tables. A tutorial fly-through of each table helps you plan your strategy and make every shotPinball Hall of Fame features more than eight pinball tables from the '60s through the '90s. The game features realistic physics, detailed graphics, and sounds captured directly from the actual tables. A tutorial fly-through of each table helps you plan your strategy and make every shot count. Compete for the high score alone or against three of your friends. With enough play, you'll learn fun facts about each table and even unlock a bonus table. Collapse
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  1. This is one of those budget games that will make pretty much anyone that remembers any of these machines smile and dive in for a few hours at a time, while the rest of you shrug and go back to that "Halo 2" deathmatch.
  2. The game clocks in at only $20. That really is not bad for a game like this. I used to enjoy pinball when I was a child. And going back to something like this really brought back memories.
  3. Pinball Hall of Fame looks good, controls well, and should be a no-brainer as an addition to your library if you're a fan of simulated pinball.
  4. 55
    The physics feel a little wonky, mainly due to the ball's lack of weight, but it gets the job done in the end.
  5. Realistic art (down to glare off the glass), great sound effects and responsive control add up to a solid game. [March 2005, p.107]
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  1. D.P.
    Sep 8, 2007
    8
    Underappreciated. There are quite a few pinball tables and they all look great. I experienced no problems with the ball movement. Fun as Underappreciated. There are quite a few pinball tables and they all look great. I experienced no problems with the ball movement. Fun as either single player or multiplayer experience. Don't believe the negative reviews. Expand
  2. JeffK.
    Apr 4, 2005
    7
    Very fun game which is quite addictive. One of the best Gamecube games for less than $15! Nice change of pace.