Star Wars Pinball Balances the Force with Three New Tables

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The initial set of Star Wars Pinball tables was a galaxy smashing success. But those came out six months ago — when the heck are we going to get some new tables from a galaxy far, far away?

Fortunately, the wait won’t be too much longer. While Zen Studios hasn’t confirmed a specific launch date just yet, the next pack of three tables, collectively known as Balance of the Force, is scheduled for release this fall on no less than 10 platforms. That’s PSN for PS3 and Vita, XBLA, Wii U eShop, Windows 8, Steam, Mac, iOS, Google Play, and Kindle Fire HD.

The Balance of the Force pack will feature three original tables with themes based on Return of the Jedi, Starfighter battles and the Dark Lord himself, Darth Vader!

The fate of the galaxy is in your hands! Help the rebellion destroy the Sith and the fearsome Death Star in the Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi table. Aid Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Lando Calrissian, R2-D2, and C-3PO in their fight against the Sith in order to restore peace to the galaxy.

Pay tribute to the Dark Lord of the Sith in a table dedicated to Darth Vader. Use the dark side of the Force to mercilessly pursue the Jedi and Rebel Alliance and face off with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker.

Support the Rebel Alliance’s Fleet or the Galactic Empire’s Armada, as you lead your side to victory in Star Wars: Starfighter Assault. The table features legendary Starfighters like the X-wing and TIE Fighter, and iconic vessels like the Millennium Falcon and the Death Star II.

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