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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 871d ago | review

Zen Pinball 2 Review | D+PAD Magazine

D+PAD writes:

Few titles have negotiated the current generation of gaming as adeptly as Zen Studio’s series of pinball games. Since debuting on the Xbox 360 under the moniker of Pinball FX all the way back in April 2007, the frighteningly realistic pinball simulator has gone from strength to strength; diversifying across numerous platforms and making a series of well-conceived partnerships with the likes of Marvel and, more recently, PopCap Games. Today, Pinball FX and Zen Pinball can be found on nearly every gaming-capable device available, with each version offering a satisfying and polished pinballing experience. The latest instalment , Zen Pinball 2, marks the series first appearance on Sony’s PlayStation Vita, and it arrives with the same sure-footedness we’ve come to expect. (PS Vita, PS3, Zen Pinball 2) 4.5/5

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