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Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection - Nintendo Wii

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  • Multiplayer for up to four players
  • Bonus content: unlockable extra game features can be earned throughout the game

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

10 Classic Williams pinball tables from the 70's, 80's and 90's for the Playstation 2. Gorgar, Pinbot, Funhouse, Black Knight, Space Shuttle, Whirlwind, Firepower, Taxi, Jive Time & Sorcerer.

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Platform:Nintendo Wii
Release date February 26, 2008
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4.5 out of 5 stars 291 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #13,749 in videogames
#535 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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By Rubicon10 VINE VOICE on February 29, 2008
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I have been waiting for this game for months and I finally got my copy one day after release thanks to prime shipping from Amazon. The main reason I wanted this game was becuase of "Funhouse". I was addicted to that game back in my freshman year of college (1991-92) as we had it in our dorm's common area. That game caused many people to skip classes and skip dinner just so they could put Rudy to sleep and nail him in the mouth with the pinball! So much fun!

So, to the game, my expectations were rather low due to the fact that it was delayed for so long. Usually, that means there are problems. Well, 5 minutes after opening it, I was back in college playing Funhouse again. Now, there is nothing like playing pinabll on a real machine but the physics employed by this game are rather astounding in my opinion. Everything that I remember about the original game was in this. The one thing that may have been different is the sound of Rudy's voice. Maybe its the simulated surround sound I am using on my home theater for the WII or maybe they just couldn't get the original Rudy!

As far as the other games, I was not too familiar with them but I did play a few including Gorkon and Space Shuttle. I enjoyed them a lot and found them to have their own interesting set of challenges.

The overall game has several modes to it. There is a simple go to the arcade mode where you can play most of the games (although I think some are locked). As you play, you have certain challenges to complete like get a certain score or hit this or that. When you achieve these, it may give you the opportunity to unlock another game or give you more credits (you need credits to play some games and you start with 20...but it is very easy to get more).
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Emulating pinball in the world of video games has never been an easy thing, but somehow, someway; all of the games included in Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection, are emulated nearly perfectly, and perfectly capture the feel and enjoyment of the classic game. Featuring tables including Taxi, Gorgar, Black Knight, Funhouse, and Pinbot among others; Pinball Hall of Fame also features a variety of modes, unlockables, and goals to achieve to hold your interest. The pinball physics are dead-on as well, and the game's overall presentation is a pleasent surprise as well. The only real flaws with Pinball Hall of Fame is that more games weren't included on the disc. It just feels like more tables should have been included here, or at least something else. Other than that, the Wii motion controls work very well here, although one may wonder if that is reason enough to justify the price tag of the Wii version of the game being doubled. All that aside, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is a sheer blast, and for Wii owning pinball fans, you can't go wrong here at all.
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Wow I love this game game, I ordered mine Sat the first of March and have gotten it today the 4th that's pretty amazing in itself. This Collection of pinall has some of the all time greatest pinball machines ever created, and it does them all well. I have played 9 of the ten machines selected here in real life. I have to say they are as close as I have seen in the video game medium. The controls with the Wii version are the best emulated pinball controls yet. Everything works perfectly with both hands controlling the action and shake of either the Wiimote or the Nun Chuck to shake the table. I also like that the games do not tilt as easily as the Gottlieb version of PBHF.

The only gripe I have is I would like to see some of those acrade video games as unlockables or a hidden pinball machine or two, that is a fairly minor gripe as this is an amazing pinball collection. It just seems its awfully bare for an arcade and all those fake machines are kind of an annoyance. They could easily add a dart board or pool table as extra unlockables, just in case you want a break from Pinball. But hey this is pinball hall of fame, just putting out a few Ideas. Anyone who loves pinball owes it to themselfs to check this game out. It really is flippertastic! Well worth the full retail price.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Being a pinball nut, I basically collect all things pin-related; videogame recreations of the silver ball game being one of them. Through the years, It has gotten progressively better with the Super Pinball series, the Pro Pinball series, and the incredible DIY future pinball and visual pinball releases. I've got to say, after having played this for a few hours, Pinball Hall of Fame: the Williams Collection is hands-down the best simulation to date. First and foremost, all camera and physics issues I had problems with in the Gottlieb collection have been taken care of - I've yet to feel that sinking feeling that the camera can't keep up with a ball hurtling toward the center gap - the "Smart Camera" truly is smart.
The recreations themselves are spot-on. Having spent some serious time on most of the machines represented here in their actual form, I was pleased that almost all the tables held up (no experience personally with Jive Time - and really... that's the EM machine you choose out of all of them for this? seems bizarre.. ) to their real-life counterparts.
The control in this game certainly raises VP games to a new level - the simple act of being able to have your hands seperated between the remote and nunchuk like you would on a real machine helps quite a bit, and being able to tilt the machine with gestures is just fantastic and really brings you into the game.
Now, the most MAJOR improvement for me between this game and the gottlieb one is this: No more freakin' crickets in the background. What was the deal with that? In this version, you can choose to just hear the table itself, which is a godsend. The gottleb version had this amazingly annoying cricket just chirping in the background to add to the "realism"..>!!!!
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