|Far better than the price suggests||wildweasel (37)|
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Worth Playing (May 20, 2008)
All this whining and pining for bygone days aside, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is an entertaining game you'll pick up and put down, quite possibly for years to come. It's well worth the paltry price, particularly if you're old enough to remember when arcade plays were just a quarter per play, but still you'd be mortified to tally exactly how much money you spent machine-hopping in those dark, stuffy chambers of teenage delights.
Game Chronicles (Feb 12, 2008)
It’s been quite a while since I’ve stepped inside an arcade and popped a few quarters into a pinball machine, but now I can do it from the safety of my own home and without losing $10 dollars or more. From the moment I picked up my controller until I had to put it down due to wore out fingers, I was hooked. This is a title definitely worth picking up for yourself or any lover of pinball machines.
IGN (Mar 14, 2008)
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection was made for pinball wizards: it's a fantastic fan service of the game's recent past that puts excellent attention to the detail of the genre. It's always better to play the real machine than virtual representations of them, but this collection is a great alternative at a solid value. And these pinball machines will never wear out on you.