The non-playable arcade cabinet for the game "Cyber" is actually the cabinet (complete with flight stick joystick and dial) for Midway's Tron.
The PSP version of the game includes the ability to play the game vertically; that is, with the entire PSP system rotated sideways, so as to show more of the table and less of the floor.
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.