Marvel Pinball Fantastic Four Table Flips Into Action on XBLA, PSN Release Still TBD

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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Fantastic Four, Zen Studios has released its Marvel Pinball DLC table tribute to the superhero team of Mr. Fantastic, Human Torch, The Invisible Woman and The Thing. Doctor Doom, Galactus, Silver Surfer and Skrulls also feature prominently on the table, which consists of four ramps, invisible flippers, the Baxter Building as a mini-playfield, force field and negative zone ball savers, and more.

The Fantastic Four table, available now on Xbox Live Arcade and playable in the Pinball FX2 platform, will set you back 240 MS Points. Go play it already!

As for the PSN release, a specific date can’t be confirmed yet due to the ongoing closure of the PlayStation Store. But Sony is aiming to have PSN fully operational by the end of the month, and Zen Studios is likewise hoping to have its latest Marvel Pinball DLC offering in the hands of PS3 users in the next week or two.

The PSN outage has been particularly rough on Zen Studios, as the developer was also supposed to release the Sorcerer’s Lair table for Zen Pinball during this downtime. Don’t forget to grab both tables when the store is back in business!

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