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 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. Expand
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  1. For a budget game it certainly is worth the price. While it can get very challenging at times, the way the game feels and switches for each table is fantastic.
  2. Add to this already impressive pack some nice unlockables like the flipperless Play-Boy pinball table and the carnival favorites Xolten the fortune teller and the Love Meter and you have a very entertaining package for the whole family at the extremely reasonable price of $19.99.
  3. Aside from a too-sensitive TILT mechanism, there's some good family fun to be had, here.
  4. Offers a fine collection of classic pinball machines. It looks good, controls well, sells at a budget price, and should be a no-brainer as an addition to your library if you're a fan of simulated pinball.
  5. As much of a history lesson as Collection provides, though, you can't help but wan't more. [Feb 2005, p.92]
  6. If you wish your home had room for a pinball table, put this in your collection. [Feb 2005, p.80]
  7. 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.

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