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If Rollerball has a flaw, it’s the lack of multiple tables. Yes, there’s technically another table featured in the two-player co-op only section “Match Play,” but it’s more of a bonus round than a full-fledged table. Despite the lack of variety, Rollerball still hits all the right bumpers. One of the best pinball games on the NES.
Besides the realistic pinball feel of the game and the colorful graphics, the best thing about Rollerball is that it wont' tilt!
An added bonus is a two-player versus mode where
players compete on the same screen, side-by-side with their own
ﬂipper set, to try and prevent their total score from lowering to zero
first. It’s not a bad pinball game, and has a pretty good layout, but
it seems like something extra is missing here, so it falls a bit ﬂat.