Joystiq took a trip to Vegas' Pinball Hall of Fame, where they found popular machines, rare machines, two-player machines, and one machine with the likeness of Ted Nugent.
The Hall of Fame features 141 pinball machines in working order, available to play for just a few quarters, and if you're a pinball fan it looks like a must-see. I'm loving the idea of two-player pinball: it seems like a cross between air hockey and a typical pinball machine, with the object being to score on your opponent rather than just rack up points. This is just the kind of brain-melting mix of excess, shiny things, and noise that you'd want from a trip to Las Vegas. [Joystiq]