Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is another entry in the PHOF budget series. Included in the PS2 version are eight authentic pinball tables, some of the best from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. The tables are:
Black Knight (1980)
Space Shuttle (1984)
The 3DS version contains all the tables mentioned above minus Firepower.
The PSP and Wii versions add two additional tables:
Jive Time (1970)
The PS3 and XBox 360 versions add three more tables:
Medieval Madness (1997)
No Good Gofers (1997)
Tales of the Arabian Knights (1996)
The pinball tables can be combined with multi-player competitions that feature up to four players. The game includes table art and audio galleries. For the PSP version, the game can be played vertically from a top-down view with a larger playing field. The Wii version offers a control options where the movements with the Wiimote mimic flippers of a real pinball table. The PS3 and XBox 360 versions feature 1080p display, sharper textures, online high score boards, and new achievements/trophies.
Each of "Taxi"'s five passengers is based on popular characters, right? So who is "Lola" then?
The first released versions of Taxi contained five passengers: Gorbie (Mikhail Gorbachev), Drac (Count Dracula), Santa Claus, Pinbot (from the Williams table of the same name), and Marilyn (as in Marilyn Monroe). This resulted in a short legal squabble between Williams and Monroe's estate, resulting in Ms. Monroe's change into the redheaded "Lola". The "Lola" version of the table is the more common of the two, while supposedly the "Marilyn" versions ended up being sold outside of the US.