Two Star Wars: The Force Awakens digital pinball tables launch this week in Pinball FX 2, Zen Pinball 2 and Star Wars Pinball across all of the platforms. Except the Nintendo ones. Otherwise yeah, all of them. Here’s a quick look at both tables in action.
The Force Awakens’ biggest star didn’t make it into the Monopoly set and toys are few and far between, but look how much love Rey is getting in the upcoming Episode VII pinball table from Zen Studios.
Three years ago we ran a story titled “Oh, Dear God, Please Let an Archer Pinball FX 2 Table Happen.” Guess what?
Because Aperture Science would never release something as plebeian as a pinball table.
Portal pinball? Count me in. Then out. Then in, but from a different place. Detailed over at the PlayStation Blog, Valve’s first-person puzzler is getting the silver ball treatment the week on May 25 across all Zen Pinball 2 and Pinball FX 2 platforms. Expect to Chell out $2.99 on consoles and $1.99 on portables for…
Zen Studios upgrades its various pinball platforms this week with a tables based on the animated Christmas card that refused to die: South Park: Super-Sweet Pinball and Butters' Very Own Pinball Game. Awww, Butters.
Zen Studios continues its never-ending quest to put pinball on everything capable of playing it with the December 17 release of Zen Pinball 2 for the PlayStation 4, with free tables for previous purchasers and a little something strange.
Zen Studios' hugely successful pinball simulation lands on its third console, the Wii U, later this month via the Wii U eShop. The game will incorporate features specific to the Wii U's GamePad, which includes controlling the plunger on the touchscreen, cycling through information displayed on the table's dot-matrix…
I was going to headline this article "You've Seen the Avengers, Now Play With Their Balls", but decided to be the better man, at least for a few seconds. Funny, I would have thought the Hulk's would be bigger.
With FarSight Studio's The Pinball Arcade hitting the PlayStation 3 and Vita today, Zen Studios wants to make sure everyone knows they've got their own pinball platform heading to Sony systems this spring, and it's (technically) free.