Rather than offer the ultimate in over-the-top video pinball, Pinball Hall of Fame aims to educate the masses on the history of the legendary arcade amusement. It features seven classic Gottlieb tables from the '50s through the '90s, complete with historical information on each. While I love the concept, you can't hide the fact that some of the older tables seem a bit pedestrian by today's standards. Still, I'd definitely go back for more flipper action with T'eed Off, Genie, and Black Hole (which features a cool recessed lower playfield). I also wasn't crazy about the camera, which zooms in close to the ball so you can't see the complete table when the ball is at the top. Still, it's interesting to see how pinball has progressed through the years, noting the considerable point score inflation that's taken place.