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Submitted by kythlyn 781d ago | review

The Pinball Arcade: Twilight Zone Review | Gamer Horizon

After the success of The Addams Family pinball table its creator, Pat Lawlor, was given free design to design a pinball table however he saw fit. This new table had all kinds of targets to hit, including the use of magnetic flippers in a pinball machine. The result was Twilight Zone, a table with so many objectives, bells, and whistles, you will likely be in two special modes at any one time. (PS Vita, PS3, The Pinball Arcade) 8/10

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