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Submitted by GamePodunk 1057d ago | review

Review: Zen Pinball 2 + Plants vs. Zombies Table | Game Podunk

GP: "Pinball - it's something seemingly so simple, yet so complex. It's a game people have been playing for decades now, and it's no less addictive today than it was in the days of yore. And though it's becoming rarer to see newer pinball machines outside of arcades today, fortunately there is the ever-increasing number of digital pinball games available in video game form.

Zen Studios in particular have dedicated much of their past few years to creating the best pinball experience possible on consoles. Having already released two iterations of Pinball FX and one iteration of Zen Pinball on PSN, not to mention more unique tables than you can shake a flipper at, they aim to improve that experience even more with Zen Pinball 2. How does the experience stack up compared to other pinball games?" (Plants vs. Zombies Pinball, PS Vita, PS3, Zen Pinball 2) 8.5/10

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