Pinball FX2 Archive

  • Review: Marvel Pinball Guardians of the Galaxy

    Review: Marvel Pinball Guardians of the Galaxy

    Here’s the thing about pinball: It is always the same. Shoot a ball up to the top of the slanted table, forcing the ball to roll back down where a set of flippers is used to keep the ball from falling all the way to the […]

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  • Pinball FX2 Out Now on Xbox One, The Walking Dead Pinball Release Dates Confirmed

    Pinball FX2 Out Now on Xbox One, The Walking Dead Pinball Release Dates Confirmed

    Pinball FX2‘s last minute Xbox One delay from its original July 31st launch turned out to be a short one after all, as the game is now available for digital download from the Xbox Live marketplace, living up to its promise of free table imports […]

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  • Pinball FX2 Xbox One Launch Delayed, But for a Very Good Reason

    Pinball FX2 Xbox One Launch Delayed, But for a Very Good Reason

    Pinball FX2 was finally going to be making its Xbox One debut this week on July 31st, but today Zen Studios has confirmed that the launch has been pushed back until sometime next month. This is actually very good news. When Zen first announced the […]

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  • Pinball FX2 on Xbox One is Finally Happening

    Pinball FX2 on Xbox One is Finally Happening

    It’s taken a lot longer than expected, but Zen Studios has announced that Pinball FX2 will finally hit Xbox One on July 31st. Like always, the base platform will be a free download, including the full Sorcerer’s Lair table free of charge, with free trial […]

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  • E3 2014: Zen Studios and Telltale Games Reveal The Walking Dead Pinball

    E3 2014: Zen Studios and Telltale Games Reveal The Walking Dead Pinball

    Two of the busiest and most acclaimed downloadable game developers in the business are joining forces on a very special collaborative project. The pinball wizards at Zen Studios have teamed up with the masters of episodic adventures at Telltale Games to bring The Walking Dead […]

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  • Review: Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within

    Review: Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within

    When a new game comes in to review at the end of a long day my typical routine is to enter the code, download the game overnight and start playing the next day. I’ve learned from past experience that when a game is good and I […]

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  • Screenshot Saturday: Child of Light Kills the Bad Guy with a Sonic Boom

    Screenshot Saturday: Child of Light Kills the Bad Guy with a Sonic Boom

    It’s two for one day on this week’s edition of Screenshot Saturday. I missed last weekend due to some PC technical difficulties, so prepare yourself for two weeks’ worth of screenshots instead of the usual one! Child of Light is looking so gosh darn beautiful […]

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  • Review: Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force

    Review: Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force

    As sure as arcade cabinets squashed the growth and fascination of pinball, home video game consoles just as easily squashed arcades. Fortunately, there has been a grand resurgence of virtual pinball in the last several years with games like Pinball Arcade and, predominantly, the various tables […]

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  • Marvel Pinball’s About to Get a Little Strange (Doctor Strange, That is)

    Marvel Pinball’s About to Get a Little Strange (Doctor Strange, That is)

    With Zen Studios focusing on Star Wars Pinball tables and new IPs beyond pinball, you may have assumed that updates for Marvel Pinball were off for this year. Well, you assumed wrong. News from New York Comic Con today confirms Zen’s plan to release a […]

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  • Review: Star Wars Pinball – The Empire Strikes Back, Boba Fett and The Clone Wars

    Review: Star Wars Pinball – The Empire Strikes Back, Boba Fett and The Clone Wars

    As Yogurt the Wise, the All-powerful, and Magnificent said in Spaceballs, “Merchandising, merchandising, where the real money is made.”  Of course this was Mel Brooks’ slight dig at how prevalent Star Wars merchandise was (and still is), mocking consumers by suggesting anything and everything could […]

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