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.
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…
Originally slated for release on July 31, Zen Studios' Pinball FX2 for the Xbox One has been pushed back into August in order to implement changes need to allow players to import tables they've already purchased on the Xbox 360. Thank goodness.
The good news — the world's premiere digital pinball platform is coming to the Xbox One on July 31. The bad news — players will have to repurchase all of the Pinball FX2 tables they've already bought for the Xbox 360.
When Telltale Games' PR director teased a surprise announcement via Twitter yesterday, my fellow Kotaku writers and I compiled a list of potential game reveals. Nowhere on that list was a The Walking Dead pinball table from Zen Studios.
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.
By the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak! Doctor Strange is getting a Marvel Pinball table! I bet you thought I was going to say "By the Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth!" Well, I'll leave it to Zen Studios to deliver the iconic line in this trailer for its 16th table in the series; it arrives in December.
What Do You Get When You Combine a Speeder Bike and a Pinball Table? You get a rather slick sub-level in Return of the Jedi, (at 1:00 of this gameplay video) due sometime this fall in the next set of three tables for Zen Studios' Star Wars Pinball.
Zen Studios' KickBeat hit the PlayStation Network for Vita and PS3 this week, giving me a chance to kick Celldweller's ass, at least in spirit.
Zen Pinball 2 at last arrives for Wii U on Thursday. The Marvel tables are available, but not the new Star Wars series.
E3 is never a time for social calls. It's nonstop work. Last June, the only developer I met with outside the walls of the L.A. Convention Center was over drinks with Zen Studios' U.S. staff at the J.W. Marriott.
Star Wars Pinball's first three tables—The Empire Strikes Back, Boba Fett and The Clone Wars—will release next week on a slew of mobile and console platforms. Pricing and release dates are different for all of them, so pay close attention.
Previously exclusive to Tegra devices, Zen Pinball HD is now available on Google Play for non-Tegra Android devices.
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…
Zen Pinball's productive relationship with Marvel Entertainment has delivered 14 virtual tables to Pinball FX2 on the Xbox 360 and Marvel Pinball on the PS3, as well as on mobile devices. There's going to be a 15th table coming up soon: "Civil War," taken from the 2006 crossover continuity pitting Captain America…
At PAX today, Zen Studios said the next table in its acclaimed pinball lineup will be Plants vs. Zombies, licensed from PopCap, makers of the tower-defense hit.
When I first heard about Zen Studio's Kickbeat, I was understandably excited about it. A fighting game that uses music to cue its hits, designed by the people who made the supremely punchy Zen Pinball games? One that tells the story of You can import your own music?