Gamedaily writes: "Creating a video pinball game is tricky. Do it right, though, and you'll have a huge following. Farsight Studios achieved this years ago with Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection for PS2, Xbox and GameCube, recreating several classic pinball tables right down to the interactive dot matrix screens. Now it's back with another visit to the Hall of Fame, this one dedicated to a more current Williams Collection for the Nintendo Wii and Sony PSP. Surprisingly, it's even better.
Upon starting the game, you visit an old-school arcade, resembling a mom and pop locale from the '80s. You'll be able to browse through 10 different Williams tables including Taxi, Gorgar, Space Shuttle, Funhouse, Sorcerer, Jive Time, Pin-Bot, Firepower, Black Knight and Whirlwind. A few of the games are unlocked so you can play them endlessly. Others, however, require quarters, but you'll have plenty on hand. Each table has a set of goals to complete, including skill shots and jackpots. Unlocking them earns you more credits, along with other features including deactivating tilting (which freezes the table) and using customized pinballs."