Watch Out Spidey, Venom Pinball is Coming!

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Yup. It’s back to the Marvel universe again for the next pinball table from Zen Studios, following a break on other licenses that recently brought us the wonderful tables set in South Park and The Walking Dead. Spider-Man’s already got his own table, so now it’s only fair that Venom gets his!

Venom’s table will hit all Zen Studios pinball platforms, including Amazon, Android, iOS, PC/Mac, PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, during the week of December 8th. It’ll cost $2.99 on PC and consoles, and $1.99 on mobile.

The full release schedule looks like this:

Zen Pinball 2 on PS3, PS4 & Vita: $2.99/€2,99/£2.49, North America December 9, Europe December 10
Zen Pinball 2 for Mac: $2.99/€2,99/£2.49 on December 10th
Pinball FX2 for Steam & Xbox 360: $2.99/€2,99/£2.49 on December 10th
Pinball FX2 for Xbox One: $2.99/€2,99/£2.49 on December 11th
Zen Pinball 2 for Wii U: $2.99/€2,99/£2.49 on December 11th
Zen Pinball / Marvel Pinball for iOS: $1.99/€1,79/£1.49, December 11th
Zen Pinball HD / Marvel Pinball for Android & Amazon: $1.99/€1,79/£1.49, December 11th

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Venom table without a face off against his archrival Spider-Man. But there’ll be a whole lot more going on than that expected showdown. Additionally, the table will cover the events of Venom and Spidey teaming up against Carnage, whose origins will be presented in the form of a mini-game event. During multiball, Spidey’s experience with the black suit Symbiote will unfold. Sounds pretty damn awesome to me!

Zen Studios isn’t showing any gameplay footage just yet, but here’s a handful of screenshots providing a sneak peek at the Venom Pinball table in all its supervillain glory.

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Source: Marvel’s Venom is Attacking Zen Studios’ Pinball Platforms! [Zen Studios Blog]

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