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Crave Ships Pinball Hall of Fame

December 2, 2004, 11:44 am EST
Total comments: 8

Old-school pinball now available on GameCube, at a budget price.



LOS ANGELES, Calif. - December 2, 2004 -Crave Entertainment, a leading

publisher of console videogames, today announced the release of Pinball Hall

of FameÔ, featuring some of the best Gottlieb pinball tables of all time.

With over seven tables from the 50's through the 90's to choose from, and a

special un-lockable table, Pinball Hall of Fame will offers the largest

selection of pinball tables ever released on any home video console. Now

available for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox®

video game system from Microsoft and the Nintendo GameCube™, Pinball Hall of

Fame has an MSRP of $14.99 for the Playstation®2, and $19.99 for the Xbox

and GameCube™.

Pinball Hall of Fame developers FarSight Studios worked closely with pinball

experts from the Pinball Hall of Fame in addition to conducting their own

extensive research. The result is a game that will provide players with the

ultimate pinball experience with realistic physics, true-to-life graphics

and sounds captured directly from the actual tables. Other features offered

in Pinball Hall of Fame include:

· Seven officially licensed Gottlieb tables from the 1950's through the

1990's including: Big Shot, Ace High, Central Park, Genie, Black Hole,

Victory and Tee'd Off

· Historical art and fun facts about each table

· Tutorial fly-through of each table which allow you to plan your strategy

and make every shot count

· An un-lockable bonus table from Gottlieb - Play-Boy released in 1932

· Bonus arcade novelty games

· Per-player and per-table high scores

· Multiplayer for up to four players

· Pinball Hall of Fame is Xbox Live Aware with online scoreboards.


UncleBobRichard Cook, Guest ContributorDecember 02, 2004

>Crave Entertainment, a leading publisher of console videogames


SgtShiversBenDecember 02, 2004

I think they were the people who published the Tomb Raider series back in the day, I guess apparently they're still THE BEST.

KDR_11kDecember 03, 2004

Wasn't that EIDOS?

I think Crave might have been involved with the Pro Pinball series, some of the best pinball simulations available. I only had Timeshock! but it was awesome. If these are as good as the Pro Pinball games they should receive top scores.

SgtShiversBenDecember 03, 2004

I know Eidos did something with it, but after further looking, it was CORE who did all that glitsy stuff. Man I need to know my games.....oh wait Tomb Raider was never a game to begin with. BAH!

KDR_11kDecember 04, 2004

Eidos published, CORE developed. But we were talking about publishers here.


Pro Pinball was Empire Interactive. face-icon-small-smile.gif

Infernal MonkeyDecember 04, 2004

$15 is a damn good price. =o

RennyDecember 05, 2004

I've been wanting a pinball game all generation. I don't know why though. I guess I'll be buying this. And Odama, of course.