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Classic Game Room – PINBALL HALL OF FAME: THE WILLIAMS COLLECTION review

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Classic Game Room - PINBALL HALL OF FAME: THE WILLIAMS COLLECTION review

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  1. The arcade isn't dead were I live. We are lucky to have an arcade with classic games ONLY. They had pinball for the first few years but they got rid of the three,;gorgar,firepower and big guns,all, by williams

  2. The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions are better because they Both have four more tables than this one i believe

  3. Thanks to the rise of smartphones and tablets, you CAN effectively emulate the prize-grabbing and coin-dropping machines now!

  4. I played pinball before there were such a thing as "arcade video games", and have fond memories of going to Little Italy (old pizza joint in Groveport back in the late 70s), putting a quarter in the jukebox to listen to the Kiss song "God of Thunder" and then playing a Bicentennial-themed table…great times.

    But I bought this collection principally for Pin-bot. Had only encountered one in the wild once, in the early 90s at an old arcade called Aladdin's Castle (used to be at the old Southland Mall in far South Columbus OH), and had a great time, even though I knew little about it. Even though of course it wasn't like a real pin, it's as close as I could get on a video screen. Later picked up the Williams Collection for the Xbox 360.

    Fun fact: Farsight Studios, the company who made these games, also made the Sega Genesis version of Action-52 back in the early 90s. That even had a pinball table.

  5. you can tilt the machine by moving the other analog stick but unless you un lock unlimited tilt you can do this only so much until the flippers wont work because of tilting too much

  6. I have a nonfunctioning pinball machine.  I wish I had the money to repair it but I don't feel like it is worth it either.  What I really want to do with it is build a 100 percent new machine with just the cabinet staying the same.  It is an old electromechanical machine that a pinball expert told me was worth nothing in terms of historical value or actual price..

  7. The bowling alley in my town has a T2 Pinball machine and it's one of the best pinball games I've ever played.

  8. You wouldn't believe how many hours lately I've spent just playing PIN*BOT in this collection just to try to advance the bonus to the Sun and complete the Wizard objectives for the table. The farthest I ever get is Earth.

  9. Mark should definitely review The Pinball Arcade. Better than Zen Pinball in my opinion (although it's mostly because I prefer to play real tables in virtual pinball, oddly enough.) The Pinball Arcade is made by the same developer as both the Gottlieb and Williams collects and TPA blows them both out of the water in terms of visuals, gameplay, and tables.

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