Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is Now Available

September 22, 2009
 
GAMERS NATIONWIDE RETURN TO THEIR ROOTS WITH RELEASE OF PINBALL HALL OF FAME:
THE WILLIAMS COLLECTION

 
Crave Entertainment, the full-service publishing and distribution division of
FillpointSVG, one of the videogame industries’ leading providers of online
distribution, fulfillment, and e-commerce services for national retailers, today
announced the release of Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection for Xbox
360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation®3
computer entertainment system.  “Rated E10+”, the game is now available at
major retailers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $39.99.
 
“The Pinball Hall of Fame franchise was built on delivering the highest level of
authenticity to the most discerning pinball players,” said Betsi Gijanto,
executive vice president, Crave Entertainment.  “With three brand new
Williams tables, leaderboards, the 4-player multi-play option and
high-definition graphics, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection for Xbox
360 and PlayStation3 upholds that standard while providing gamers with
everything they’d expect on the latest game systems.  Value-priced at
$39.99, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is destined to become a
classic in many gamers’ libraries.”
 
True to the franchise, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection, developed
by FarSight Studios, offers 13 Classic Williams tables from the 70’s, 80’s and
90’s, including three new tables: Medieval Madness™, The Tales of the Arabian
Nights™ and No Good Gophers™.  In addition, the award-winning franchise is
marking its debut on Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 with online leaderboards and
trophies, multi-player for up to four players and HD Compatibility (1080i and
1080p).  The game also features expanded table goals and bonus features
throughout. 
 
“I have been a fan of the Pinball Hall of Fame franchise since Crave launched
its first Williams Collection for Wii, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2,”
said Keith Elwin, World Pinball Champion, 2005-2009.  “Having multiple,
classic tables right there in your living room is a dream come true for avid
players like me.  In a flip of the switch, I have my own arcade without the
responsibility of maintaining the machines.”